We went to this restaurant for both a dinner and a lunch. We had creative sandwiches for dinner with good salads (fresh greens, interesting ingrediants in the salads and not overdressed). I had the local IPA and had to pints (intending only to have one), and my wife enjoyed a good sauvignon blanc. We also shared a great chocolate cake dessert. Two days later we had a late lunch and shared the hummus plate. The pita bread was plentiful and quite good, as was the hummus and other stuff like cucumbers, olives, tomatoes, and the like. I had the local beer, "Weedwhacker" (brewed in Enterprise six miles away) and my wife had another white wine. There is a spacious patio with plentiful shade and a great view of mountains 5000 feet above you with snow still on them at the end of July.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.