We loved the Iron Horse, a honky-tonk fine dining experience. The bison meatloaf and trout were both excellent, as was the romaine side salad. Our server was speedy, attentive and friendly. The quality of food from the open kitchen was a big surprise given the converted warehouse-pool table-stuffed-animal ambience. Nothing hokey about the place though. It was built on the site of the old freight terminal and the walls are covered with local history material. Check out the abandoned jail next door. One caveat if you go in late season: the place has no heat and no insulation so take a coat.
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