The service was great, and the atmosphere is cozy and warm- just as you would hope for in a small mountain town. The food was not impressive unfortunately. We had an $8 buffalo chicken appetizer with 4 little pieces that were pretty greasy. I had a chicken Cesar salad with "homemade" dressing that was runny, tasteless, and very small in portion size for the price. My sig other had a half soup and half beef sandwich. The rye bread was stale, and there were 2 pieces of thin beef on the sandwich.
I would go back to relax and have a beer at the bar, but I would never go back for lunch. We hear their breakfast is good but may not gamble and try it again.
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