Stopped in for lunch with a party of three and had a very pleasant lunch in a wonderful warm atmosphere. With a fire crackling in the hearth, the elegant hunting lodge decor was particularly appealing on a January afternoon. My husband and I both enjoyed "daily special" offerings (a huge fresh Nicoise salad for me with ahi tuna - surf and turf for hubby that consisted of perfectly tender filet and sea scallop), and a yummy looking chicken pot pie off the regular menu was delicious according to my brother in law. Since it was lunch we opted for coffee and soft drinks over alcohol, but there is an excellent wine and cocktail list for those so inclined. Our waitress was gracious and attentive, adding to the all around "good feel" of the place and we felt $90 (including tip) was an excellent value for such a fine dining experience (do note though that adding alcohol and desserts could easily have doubled that tab). Well worth a return visit, at either price point.
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