Historic. Housed in a stone mansion built in 1878, this restaurant features many historic details, such as ornately trimmed fireplaces, warm wood accents and exposed-brick walls. Each of the nine dining rooms has its own character. Start with the artistically presented manor greens salad or the rich lobster bisque. Then, select a regionally inspired entrée, such as the wild boar green chile, Rocky Mountain elk or duo of Colorado lamb. Other options include classic beef Wellington, shrimp scampi and filet mignon. End the meal with the peanut butter white chocolate pot de crème. In nice weather, opt to sit on the patio overlooking the garden. The house is a popular venue for weddings and special events.