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This pub is classy and casual, drawing as many locals as it does guests staying within the hotel. The deep mahogany theme of the hotel continues throughout with dark leather booths and bar stools providing comfortable seating. Best known are the gourmet, two person pizzas with toppings of garlic and feta or chicken fajita. Start with baked garlic and bread or steamer clams, and then proceed to enjoy the Gorgonzola topped spinach salad. The full bar offers all mixed drinks, beer and some wine.
Adjacent to the Glacier Brewhouse, this establishment offers two stories, charmingly decorated in an elegant lodge-like theme. This 6,000-square-foot restaurant and bar holds broad wooden tables, gilded mirrors, dim lighting and an upstairs fireplace. Dishes might include wild mushroom ravioli, herb crusted halibut, or a variety of salmon specials. A nice selection of Italian, French and American wines are available along with a full complement of desserts and dessert drinks.
Opened in 1995 by owners Marsha Carroll and chef Angelo Vosilla, CampoBello Bistro make simple foods wonderful. For lunch try hot sandwiches such as the Italian sausage and peppers or the seafood crepes. Dinner entrees vary from veal Saltimbocca and New York steak to fresh pasta and mushroom marinara. Desserts like creme brulee and great coffee top off the great meals.
This relaxed atmosphere appeals to the local, cultured diner seeking a quiet, romantic evening out. On Friday and Saturday evenings, a local acoustic guitarist skillfully wends his way through intricate melodies. Touting dishes of fresh seafood, fowl, meats and homemade pasta, the restaurant's menu includes a Cocciucco Italian Stew. A true garlic lover will delight in its white sauces, while a salmon fan will cherish the Tuscan Salmon. Save room for a sampling from its selection of 28 homemade desserts.