This truly is a tree house! As you pass through the Rock House Café you will wind your way up 68 steps through a series of mammoth boulders with lighted flora and waterfalls. You are almost to the top when you encounter the kitchen and restroom level. These miniature facilities are absolutely spotless. One more level up and you will find the dining room ... complete with table linen and crystal goblets. You can dine inside or enjoy one of the tables for two on the outer balcony that rings the octagonal building. The views are excellent from this vantage point. The service was top notch and the food was delicious. We enjoyed a nice bottle of Chianti Classico from the extensive Italian wine list. The menu was limited, but adequate. I tried the yellow fin tuna tartar, followed by a terrific duck ragout over homemade pasta ... WOW, was this a great dish! My wife tried the prosciutto (fresh and delicious) followed by beef tenderloin filet which was expertly prepared. The service was impeccable, as was every aspect of our meal. Importantly, they accommodated my wife's gluten free dietary restrictions with the appetizer and main course (no gluten free bread was available.) Ice cream was the only gluten free dessert offering, but we were both too stuffed for this course anyway. They do have expresso available, but no regular coffee. The fare, including an 18% service charge was about $260.00 and I added some additional cash gratuity for the very personable and professional waiter. This was a very unique place and dining experience that I would recommend for special occasions.
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