This is a quaint restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. We were the only ones to choose inside seating on this visit on a Friday evening. Several couples sat outside to listen to a singer/guitar player perform. The prime rib and everything else was good but the guacamole & tortilla chip appetizer did not satisfy because the chips were very greasy. Hint-make sure the frying oil is very hot before adding the chips to the fryer. Service was adequate. The decor was rustic (including the dog that wandered through and rubbed against my leg). If you're a drinker, they seem to have a huge selection of wines and beer. The owners also run a B&B in town - Steamboat Inn. Thanks, Kristen, for letting them use your blender to make my Pina Coladas!