This is probably the most high-end restaurant in the Catskills, which is reflected in their prices, service and atmosphere. This may also be one of the only restaurants I've been to in the area that really does require reservations to avoid a lengthy wait for a table. There is a formal dining room and a bar area where they serve the same menu. The bar was hectic and the service slow on a recent busy night. I would recommend the main dining room if you want a calmer dining experience. The staff was professional, but didn't seem to have their sea legs yet for the busy season.
The food was mixed. Some dishes (chopped salad) were great, while the steak was obviously under a heating lamp a little too long. The beer list was solid and the cocktail menu was Brooklyn hipster.
They were quite thoughtful in how they created the atmosphere. We were encouraged to visit the fire pit outside the restaurant to roast a marshmallow on our way out. There was a little play room for kids built around a fairy-tale like tree which was completely charming. The staff were well versed on the food and drinks and happy to tell you more about them.
This is a great break from the usual Catskills dining experience. I'm sure a couple more weeks of high season traffic and they'll work out the kinks.
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