We were here in early June 2017 and ate dinner here several times. Excellent food and service, reasonable prices (what one would pay in a nice restaurant in a large city), decent wine list with options in many price ranges ($30 and up), martinis were reasonable ($9). We ate dinner here multiple times. Dinner choices were varied, service excellent. Over several days we had: trout ($25.95), bison short ribs ($28.50), wild boar tenderloin ($29.95), tossed mixed lettuce salads ($5.50), dinner sized Caesar salads ($9.95), corn chowder ($6), huckleberry cheesecake ($8.25) and pecan pie ($8.95) that was not overly sweet. Attentive servers, knew the menu, answered questions about Yellowstone. They don’t take reservations, wish they did.
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