We decided to splurge a little bit to celebrate the end of our backpacking trip, and had an excellent meal at the Belton. I've had the bourbon filet several times and it was excellent as always, others in our group had the vegan lasagna and the delmonico steak, and everyone was very happy with their meals! The staff was very helpful, and even did a great job of accommodating one of our party who had some very specific restrictions and requests.
Beer selection was pretty good and the deserts were excellent. The menu has a good variety, elk, lamb, steak, lasagna, meatloaf, salads, etc; but they don't have typical restaurant fare like burgers, sandwiches, french-fries, etc.
They automatically add an 18% service charge to the bill for groups of 6 or larger, which isn't a problem to me; but I think it back-fires on them, since several of us were quite happy with our dinners and may have tipped more but didn't bother since the tip was already included in the final bill.
The prices are a bit high ($30 for filet migon, $20 for bison meat-loaf), but the food and service was excellent, so its worth it; and it was a great treat after a few nights in the backcountry!
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