Dinner at Bighorn on a Saturday evening. Wait staff: friendly, helpful, efficient. View over Keystone Lake a huge plus, which is a good thing because lack of quality in entrees needed something to offset. Good wine selection, my salad was very good, fresh, great dressing. the calamari was well prepared, light breading, very tender. My husband ordered one of two soups LISTED ON THE MENU. Waiter came back in a few stating the soup wouldn't be ready for another 2 hours, but they did have corn chowder, not the same. We felt they had the chowder because a large group was having a hoedown at the Inn that evening? I ordered filet medium. Very small steak in the plus $30 range, nice peppercorn sauce, which helped with the dryness of the steak being over cooked. Steak was thin, not your usual nice filet. Potato accompaniment was very tasty, saved the plate/meal. Husband had a vegetarian meal, poblano pepper over black bean cake. Pepper (one) was roasted, skin still on, very thin, no meat to it, stuffed with ordinary rice sitting on top of a very dry cake of semi-mashed and fried black beans. Nothing appetizing or tasty on that plate. Another in our party had the chicken, menu said it was pan fried, looked as if it had been deep fried, was not breaded, very dry & strange. The buffalo rib eye seemed to be the best of the entrees at our table. We were all very disappointed in the quality of the meal. For such an upscale restaurant at an upscale resort, it just didn't work for us. Can't see us ever returning and we frequent the Keystone area many times during the year.