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Underappreciated in its off-the-beaten-path location, this lovely New American food temple is polished enough for the well-heeled set, but it's also down-to-earth and casual enough for those who have just come off a mountain trail. The barkeeps and servers pour luscious wines that won't flatten your wallet, while the stylishly executed, ever-changing menu draws from local farms producing seasonal ingredients to deliver full-flavored dishes such as curried hummus; hand-cut, open-face ravioli scattered with pork; and grilled rainbow trout with roasted new potatoes and heirloom tomatoes. The nightly prix fixe, four-course tasting menu is a steal, as are the hands-on cooking classes, which include supplies, lunch and a Terroir gift certificate in the cost of tuition.
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I usually go here for lunch. With the $9-$16 Entrees it is a good deal. The husband wife team try very hard to source all ingredients locally. The menu is always changing so it is impossible to make a recommendation
The best restaurant to come to Longmont and offer bistro delights that are fresh and seasonal. They have a great wine selection and bar too. Tim is the Executive chef and his wife Melissa runs the show. Open later than most restaurants in Longmont and the best spot for a romantic date or business lunch.
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