Elegant fine dining often comes with a heavy dose of pretention, but not at this Bismarck restaurant, where the ambience is casual and the food is delectable. A glance at the menu would have most people assuming this is a jacket-and-tie kind of place, but the vibe is considerably more laid-back—it even has paper tablecloths that guests of all ages can draw on with crayons, perhaps inspired by the original artwork on the walls. It offers a regularly changing menu of primarily European and American dishes, most constructed around grilled or sautéed meat. Permanent menu fixtures include venison sausage, bison, lamb, and walleye fish. Organic and local produce is used whenever possible.