There's always a selection of gourmet pizzas (fig, goat cheese and prosciutto is a favorite) and a wide variety of pasta, fish and meat dishes.
The resort has an espresso and coffee bar with a menu that features sweet and savory crepes, fondue and appetizers.
Vincent's prices are reasonable and with pizza and calzones rounding out the offerings, there's something for everyone here.
There's a dog-friendly patio, a meaty menu, literally, and an outdoor beer garden.
At the brewery there's a family-friendly restaurant, a bicycle bar, banquet mezzanine and an outdoor beer garden.
With many local restaurants ranging from fine dining to inexpensive eateries, there's something for everyone.
There's no shortage of good steak in town, or a number of other cuisines.
No matter what time of year, there's an outdoor activity to be found, from biking and hiking, fishing and sailing, and cross-country skiing, sledding and ice skating.
There's a sushi bar, too, which is always crowded.
Fortunately, there's no shortage of great restaurants in town.
There's always something wild on the menu, like pan seared buffalo with smoked buffalo hash.
And when you're done, there's some famous and historic bars in town that will allow you to extend the memories.
With all the adventure, people need to eat and there's a large assortment of restaurants with a rich variety of styles.
There's ample outdoor seating with direct beach access, and plenty of cozy nooks inside the hotel with wicker chairs and confortable cushions.
There's few foods as healthy as fresh seafood, which is perfect for those who like to stay active by hiking, biking and other outdoor activities.
With fish so fresh that it essentially goes from boat to plate, there's no surprise why this cuisine is so popular in the area.
There's a river taxi and sunset/guided tours of the river on a daily basis.
There's something about the island magic that can make even a pancake house romantic if the view is nice.
For something more subtle, there's chilled cucumber soup with olive oil, mint and lemon juice.
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