Went there last weekend with a group of four for a friend's birthday celebration. We were up in the area for nice weekend of skiing and were very pleasantly surprised to find this little gem of a restaurant. The place is spacious, modern and has a great "lodge" feel to it. The food was delicious the wine even better. Our waitress certainly knew her stuff and helped us navigate through their 10+ wine list. The whole staff was very friendly and quite accommodating (thanks for bringing out the cake...twice).
Overall, a very good experience. We'll be returning to the area for a wedding this summer, and absolutely making a little side trip to comeback and have a great dinner.
A MUST VISIT!. Busy places are always a good sign of a competent chef and this was no exception. We arrived without a reservation and were given a terrific table along this enormous windows overlooking the mountains. The chef (CIA grad and co-owner) comes from some of the best restaurants in NYC - and it shows. The food is not overly complicated with 9,000 ingredients - yet it has a complexity that you'd expect from a 5 star kitchen. Well thought-out wine list has tremendous values - Great small produced examples that won't break the bank. The service was super-friendly and professional - not what you'd expect in this remote area. The servers actually smiled, even when not at the tables - a sign to me that they enjoy what they do. I was told that it was expensive, but really, it's not - You'd pay double in the city for the same meal! There are a few other restaurants in the area that charge similar prices, for so-so food. Skip everyone else and head to the Peekamoose for a terrific dining experience! Oh, and did I mention the decor? So dramatic, artsy, yet, warm and inviting. Not a drop of pretention here...The owners, as well as the staff, seem to be enjoying their jobs in this undiscovered region of NY.
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