My dining companion ordered the huge appetizer portion their pricey but addictingly good, crispy onion rings ($11.99) that washed down well with a draft of Bandits’ Brew Amber Ale (16-ounce, $5; 25-ounce, $6.50).
For dinner we shared a “Black & Bleu Kobe” that consisted of a American Kobe beef burger with cracked black pepper, crumbled bleu cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce and tomatoes, served with a choice of two sides ($ 18.99). We selected their vinegary coleslaw and french fries.
Then, we created our own combo ($25.99 with a choice of three meats) selecting – baby back ribs seasoned with Bandits’ rub then smoked, slow roasted and wood-grilled, USDA Choice Tri-Tip also slow roasted and wood-grilled; and pulled Pork tri tip, pulled pork, cole slaw and beans.
After a hearty meal like this, another day of skiing will be needed to work off the calories. Worth it though.