Kind of a strange place. Decor and atmosphere are left from when it was a steakhouse/lodge for golfers staying at the resort (and it still is that in many ways). But they've brought in a new chef and are now associated with the Montage. Incredibly creative, interesting and delicious menu (like roasted beet salad with fennel and crispy goat choose and citrus), but alongside prime rib dinner and not very good bread. Old-fashioned wood paneling. The atmosphere is not hip, but the food is very good (though the portions on the new items are kind of small). If you don't need a "see and be seen" place but want interesting food, give it a try while this new menu lasts!
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