After a day of touring the mine museum, exploring the mine and walking Bisbee's ghost tour we were delighted with our dinner here. Our reservation for 8:30 was the latest one they would accept and we were the last table in the restaurant. But there was no undercurrent of resentment for keeping them there - it was a Saturday anyway, and we didn't think that was very late...
The waiter was sincere on his likes as far as the menu - which was very straightforward and economical. The Sazerac I ordered came with a small absinthe accompaniment and the gf loved the sauv blanc choice recommended by the server. The dinner option with the salad, soup, and sorbet mid-course was wonderful - the soup was a chickpea that was nice after it had been raining all afternoon and we weren't too full before our entrees came. We needed the room too, because the entrees are very generous portions. Prior to their arrival, the server was happy to deliver 3 different reds to taste which made the experience- I ended up choosing a red blend from local Cochise.
I'd recommend this for anyone who likes New American cuisine and warm, sincere table-side service. The giant mosquito sculpture they have on the wall was the only thing I found questionable, but not enough to change my great memory of dinner there.
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