There is no mistaking where you are in terms of the decor--upscale hill country fare--art on the walls, animal skins on the chairs... The restaurant is comfortable and attractive (if you don't mind sitting on a hide) but it is the food that distinguishes this place. I have been disappointed by high end restaurants in the area, but this one is off the charts delicious. Close your eyes and you could be dining at a top restaurant in any U.S. city.
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