Historic. Nestled in the foothills north of town, this restaurant sits on 20 acres with attractive flowers, ponds and vegetable gardens. Start with some fresh oysters or the sweet-and-savory shaved beet and arugula tiramisu, which is also a feast for the eyes. The roasted lamb sirloin features Mediterranean accompaniments. Other options include bison, Arctic char and Colorado striped bass. Mountain photos and fresh flowers add color to the dark wood décor.