This was one of the few places to get dinner that was open when we went during the off season and we couldn’t have been happier with it. After a long day of hiking in the park I practically inhaled the trout, which was tender and flavorful. The mashed potatoes with oxtail gravy were delicious, and the bone marrow and oxtail French onion soup was probably the best French onion I’ve ever had. Their hot chocolate was made with real milk and chocolate, and was the perfect thing to warm me up after trudging through the snow. The decor inside was rustic yet modern and overall inviting, and the service from our server Jessica, as well as the others that stopped to bring us our delicious food and check on us, was friendly and timely. We will absolutely be stopping back in here on our next trip to the park.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.