This restaurant is in a big 1800s barn with hand-hewn rafters and crystal chandeliers hanging from the beams. That's the Common Man for you: fancy and après-ski all at once. Bottles of Moët & Chandon signed by the customers who ordered them sit atop the beams. The eclectic, sophisticated New American cuisine highlights locally grown produce and meats. The menu might include a roasted beet salad with goat cheese and fennel in an orange vinaigrette, duck breast with
butternut squash puree, or seared black bass with sticky rice and bok choy. Dinner is served by candlelight. Couples sit by the big fireplace.
Apr 9, 2001
Was delighted to be treated to a meal here by a close friend. What a fantastic restaurant. Excellent meal, great atmosphere, terrific service. If you are ever in the area don't pass this place by!