* If you've traveled to many ski resorts, you've seen this place before. The night-time high volume mediocre experience place that feels more like a cafeteria than anything else.
* It's a very expensive buffet, and I use that term loosely b/c the selection is actually quite small for every course. For example, they give you a plate of melted cheese to start and direct you to a table that serves cold cut slices (i.e., salami), some bread, and that's about it.
* It's built for high volume, and you will do most of the work to feed yourself.
* The food I had was okay, but it is self-professed mountain food...so it's not very kid friendly (we have 4), not very vegan friendly (my wife), and not very meat and potatoes (me). The main courses were trout pieces, venison stew, and lamb. No steak, no chicken, etc., etc.
* As I stood outside waiting for our hotel transportation, it was entertaining to listen to the excited people going in and the disappointed people coming out.
* The drinks are expensive. For example, my Cabernet by the glass, and there was only one to choose from, was $17/glass...and it wasn't anything I had ever heard of.
* The only thing they were pretty good at was clearing our plates between courses.
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