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Good Eats at the Lakshore Resort/Huntington Lake

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Good Eats at the Lakshore Resort/Huntington Lake

kim c | Aug 9, 2004 09:32 PM

We just spent the weekend up in the gorgeous Huntington Lake area. They were having the second weekend of the High Sierra Regatta.

The first night we took a nice bottle of our Viognier that we picked up at the Paschal Winery in Talent, OR. It paired very nicely with the halibut which was grilled, cooked in white wine with dill. Cooked to perfection and served with a baked potato and steamed green beans. The salad that comes with the entrees are always fresh and very good. Also, lot of warm, honey-baked bread that is served on a small bread board.

Carafes of water are also set at each table, so you never go thirsty. Ambiance is very nice with candles, elegant atmosphere for a mountain resort. Service is always very attentive.

Second night we had the prime rib and took a bottle of a nice red wine we picked up in Astoria, OR at the Wine Shop on Tenth Street. A Lemberger which was really nice with the prime rib. We had an appetizer of Alaskan King crab legs. Every Fri. night is the Crab dinner offered at $25/pp. A whole pound of wonderful, crab legs. Messy, but really good and fun to eat. Dessert was the Jack Daniels bread pudding which was excellent.

Third night was casul, eat outside night. A very nice deck has been added outside with heat lamps when it cools off nicely in the evening. Apps of Mozzarella sticks served with sides of Ranch and Marinara. Very good. We split the Gourmet hamburger, which was heavenly, served with mushrooms, jack and swiss cheese and all the toppings. This also comes with a salad which we shared. Pink lemonade glasses were always full with free refills. Dessert was the flourless chocolate torte which was decadent and delicious. Anyone in the area, don't miss this great place. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner until Labor Day weekend. Bon appetit! ***kim*** www.lakeshoreresort.com

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