This was the only restaurant open in the offseason when we visited, but it was definitely satisfactory. Food was good and well-priced. Not a huge selection but enough variety when it's the only place open for dinner on a snowy weekend. Staff was friendly and accommodating. I ordered the prime rib sandwich (lower price than prime rib dinner) and it was a generous portion and cooked well. Real horseradish - delicious. We ate upstairs in the dining room one night, and were directed to the bar the next night because the dining room was busy and they told us we'd be served faster in the downstairs bar, which I thought was nice. I liked the upstairs better (more light) but the bar wasn't particularly noisy. Would eat there again next time we visit.
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