Right now this place is mainly a takeout joint. It has counter seating for about 6 people and outdoor seating, but no heat lamps, so you have to be pretty hardy since winter won't end. However, by July or August they should have a full restaurant going.
The food is phenomenal. I had the small ribeye, corn-on-the-cob and the dulce de leche s'more for dessert. Each dish was excellent. The ribeye was seasoned and cooked to perfection. The corn was very good and the postre was a very nice twist on the standard campfire treat. There were a couple of things they were out of when we got there (at 6pm!), including empanadas, so we were limited in what we could try by availability.
The staff are phenomenally friendly. This place will become a regular for me.
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