I hope this charming, very out-of-the-way place gets its act together! My husband and I visited on a whim just after the Inn opened. We had been on a wonderful getaway and chose to come back home through Mimbres so we could try it. The food was great! We had a wonderful meal, enjoyed the wine from the good list. The service was adequate but spoiled by the waitress embarrassingly tooting her horn about how SHE shaped the menu and guided the new owners to this fabulously successful opening. The atmosphere is just stunning -- out in the woods, beautiful inn that has been nicely refurbished. We've been back twice since and were bitterly disappointed! Brunch was a total nightmare. Waitress (different one) was stressed nearly to the point of tears, told us we would be waiting a long time. Husband and I were in a very good mood and said, "Fine, just bring us some coffee and we'll be happy." Waitress said it would be about a half hour for coffee as they had run out, were making more, and there were 10 tables ahead of us waiting for coffee. Yikes! And she wasn't kidding! Another brunch trip later and, again, things seemed in total disarray and chaos. Took forever to get server's attention, forever and a day to get our food. Yes, the food is good but not extraordinary. Certainly not worth waiting over an hour for! It's quite a trip for us, so we will not be back until they work out the bugs and get it together.
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