We stayed in the resort for a few days over Thanksgiving holiday so we hit Timbers a few times. The venue isn't too bad, a good mix of informal and formal seating. The bar was a bit small and had only two small tvs. But they served good local brews. The menu is limited. And a bit pricey. With that said, the food was real good. All local ingredients; as they said it's from farm to table. The lamb was delicious and cooked perfectly. The hand cut fries with the locally raised beef, also spot on. I also recommend the cheese and meat platter for starters. The paté left me wanting more.
My only issue was the service. Don't get me wrong, the staff was nice enough. Everyone just seemed to move a little slower than I'm used to. Maybe it's just the way things run in this area (I'm from MA). One thing did set me off. We went for dinner at 6:30. The hostess asked if we had a reservation; to which we replied we didn't. 45 minute wait.. Seriously?? There were at least a dozen open tables and NO ONE even near the resaurant waiting. Fine, we go back to our room, play cards and go back. Wanna guess what I see when we return? You got it, the same open tables! Maybe I just don't get it. Whatever, if you go, get the lamb and an Equinox.