Imaginative takes on salmon, buffalo, pork tenderloin, and pot roast are on the dinner menu in this historic log building. Built in 1915, it's filled with antique oak furnishings. The atmosphere is rustic, homey, and comforting. There's a great dessert menu, too; try lemon raspberry cake with extra homemade whipped cream. For lunch, you can enjoy a sandwich in the outdoor dining area (weather permitting). Reservations are essential in high season.
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