This casual lunch and dinner stop prepares its meat and fish with a deft hand. Most meals are cooked over a wood fire and begin with crunchy onion rings and homemade ranch dip. Next move on to memorable dishes like a pork chop served with grilled Mexican corn on the cob, spoonbread, cotija (a hard Mexican cheese), and ancho jus; or whole Rocky Mountain trout with snap pea "amandine," key-lime butter, and braised almonds. From the dining room, you can watch chefs
prepare your food in the open kitchen, but summer has the better view, with foodies and families alike congregating on the patio overlooking Gore Creek.