For being smack in the middle of Snowmass Village at the outdoor Mall, we were extremely pleased with the affordable prices. As it was a late lunch in summer, they were seating everyone outside under umbrellas at glass tables. We were greeted immediately as soon as we stepped past the gated threshold.
My Old Fashioned Beef Stew and the hubby's Ham & Brie Panini with a cup of Chicken & Sausage stew were hearty and full of comfort. Both our stews arrived piping hot, and I can totally see the appeal of this place during ski season being that the food was well-prepared and not too expensive.
My only complaint was that I wished my bowl was just a tad bigger, and that my floppy slice of multigrain bread was a little more robust (at least it was fresh!). The butter is the generic kind that comes in its own little foil. Both my bread and butter arrived on a paper plate, and my bowl had no plate underneath. The entrees are the focus here, so no little touches of thoughtful presentation.
The bathroom is up a flight of narrow, curving stairs. Overall the interior, both the lower and the upper, is tight and a bit dated. But the servers were nice and efficient, and the gentleman working that afternoon in particular made us feel welcome. Casual atmosphere.
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