Probably the most tender filet mignon I've ever had, and the rest of the diners in my party enjoyed what they ordered. Some menu choices (such as the roasted garlic appetizer) are a bit pedestrian for the price. That said, as is typical of the Mammoth Lakes area, it's trying to be a very high-end restaurant with bottom-of-the barrel help. Our waiter seems to have been trained at a Denny's and wasn't able to keep pace with the kitchen or the expectations set by the prices. Insult to injury was a mandatory 18% gratuity for parties of 6 or more--which rubbed in the fact our waiter was less than fully competent. Yes, the food may be worth the trip and won't overwhelm a non-foodie; but don't expect it to stand up to similarly priced venues in LA, SF or NYC.
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