Mediocre food. The salad and the soup we had were just OK, the filet mignon was certainly not prime and not well trimmed -- it had some connective tissue still attached. The venison tasted livery rather than gamey. What they call Tarte Tatin is a 2 inch circle of pastry in a pool of caramel sauce on which there is a bunch of cooked unpeeled (!) chunks of Granny Smith apples. I realize that single serving Tarte Tatin are not simple to make, but then just call it apple tart & be done. And please peel & slice the apples! This upside-down Tarte Tatin (= a regular tart) came with a vanilla ice cream (or so they said). It had almost no taste: Costco ice cream is superior.
The wine by the glass choices are $9 to $18 but the quality is low since roughly the price per glass is the 750 ml bottle retail price. If you like $10/bottle wines, not particularly well chosen, this is the place. (Wine Spectator endorsements are not to be trusted and fact that Six Peaks got one in 2012 (?) proves the point) Otherwise you are much better off bringing your own bottle and paying the reasonable $20 corkage or staying with beers and cocktails.
There are better choices in the village, and much better choices in Truckee and Tahoe.
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