Although this place is best known for breakfast, we had dinner there over the weekend. Terrific starters inculded the pan seared scallops in a pernod meuniere sauce, the seared duck foie gras with port poached figs, and the artisan cheese plate with candied walnuts, although the cheeses could have been more exotic. Our entrees were duck with gnocci, a rich venison loin with a mushroom rissoto cake, beef tenderloin with pomme frites, and an encrusted rack of lamb served with polenta wedges. All were outstanding and reasonably priced for the Vail valley. The wine list is limited but quite adequate for the menu and includes several affordable selections. The dining room was simple but elegant, and the service was outstanding. We'll be back!
Pros: Excellent Cuisine, Relatively Affordable