by Foxboro Marmot
May 9, 2001
It's an upscale restaurant/bar with a dining area that just flows seamlessly into the bar. The night we went was atypical - there was some sort of promotion going on for a brand of vodka which brought in more of a drinking rather than eating crowd. There was also a jazz trio playing which again seemed more geared toward drinkers rather than diners. But it was an upscale lounge - more cosmopolians and martinis than Lone Stars and Rolling Rocks if you get my drift. The food, however, was exceptional - attractive presentation,
adventurous menu choices, well prepared.
From journal Spring Skiing at Tahoe