In this ski lodge dating from the 1880s almost everything on the menu melts in your mouth. The four-course, prix-fixe dinner is a favorite in the area for Colorado-spun American cuisine. Main courses have included whiskey sage–glazed muscovy duck, peppered bacon-wrapped buffalo tenderloin, and thyme-seared wild Alaskan halibut. The delicious homemade bread and soup make for a memorable beginning. Adjourn to the cozy lounge for the decadent desserts and specialty coffees. Swing by for après ski in winter and cocktails on the patio in summer. It's closed during the fall and spring shoulder seasons.
764 Montezuma Rd., 1 mile off U.S. 6, Keystone, Colorado, 80435, United States