In its former life, the building served as the town's laundromat for 30 years, a history remembered by the antique washer boards on the walls. The majority of the menu consists of small plates. Standout dishes include a Brussels sprouts, bacon, goat cheese and crispy onion hash. Somehow the eclectic sounding flavors come together in a disparate whole. The pow pow Asian-style shrimp has a nice heat. The poke (yellow tail tuna) comes with homemade chips, which lend the dish a satisfying crunch. For a hearty option, try one of the large plates: chicken and dumplings, grass-fed Colorado bison short ribs or New York strip steak. Don't miss out on the specialty cocktails. Try a classic like the gin-based Satan's whiskers or an original like the Coopers hot buttered rum.