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==Reviews==
 
==Reviews==
*July 16, 2016 Excellent service. Nice selection of bottled beer. Hamburger excellent but plain, just buns and meat, french fries: lots but only so-so. Leg of lamb entrée: nasty, stringy mystery meat slobbered with a salty dark brown sauce.
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*July 16, 2016 Excellent service. Nice selection of bottled beer. Hamburger excellent but plain, just buns and meat, french fries: lots but only so-so. Good fish chowder. Leg of lamb entrée: nasty, stringy, over-cooked mystery meat slobbered with a salty dark brown sauce.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:27, 17 July 2016

The Desert Sage is a restaurant about 1/2 mile southwest of Crestone in the townhouses. It has a large seating capacity and is prepared to serve meals to participants in events. It was originally sponsored by the Strongs as a supporting facility for the Aspen Institute. It now services Colorado Collage and events at spiritual centers.

Reviews

  • July 16, 2016 Excellent service. Nice selection of bottled beer. Hamburger excellent but plain, just buns and meat, french fries: lots but only so-so. Good fish chowder. Leg of lamb entrée: nasty, stringy, over-cooked mystery meat slobbered with a salty dark brown sauce.