Don't be put off by the name, a tribute to its past identity—this charming restaurant inside the Jerome Grand Hotel is the standout choice in town for fine dining, good wines, and wonderful vistas. Burgandy interior walls hung with local artists' work create a warm and romantic setting. Signature dishes include achiote-rubbed pork tenderloin and sea bass with a poblano chile–chardonnay lemon sauce. The roasted butternut squash soup, with just the right blend of sweetness and spice, is divine.
Jul 28, 2010
Once you find this place, you are in for a treat... there are no road signs directing you here, so grab someone and ask... it's worth it. The roasted butternut squash soup ($7) was absolutely fabulous; "The Stack" was unusual and so delicious: "spring mix salad, topped with avocado, a lean patty of beef, carmelized onions, minced garlic, muchrooms tomatoes and balsalmic dressing drizzle, topped with crumbled blue cheese and sprouts" ($14.50); field
green salad with crusty bread ($6.50). No, we didn't run into any ghosts, but the decor was a treat and the owner went above and beyond to enhance our experience. Go... you won't be sorry!