We loved this place, just what we were looking for. It's classic New England/American food, well-prepared in a log cabin, roaring fireplace kind of setting. It's fancy eating, but casual dress is fine. Lots of kids too. Place has a fun history, too. It's the kind of place you wish you could find for dinner after a day on the slopes. Prime rib is very good. Pork roulade was excellent. Yes, it's expensive for what you are getting, but so what? A fun evening and probably what you came to Vermont to find so suck it up and enjoy. Slow service on our night (which as Xmas week and super-busy). Didn't mind except the waiting so much but it definitely cost them dessert and coffee from us.