Guests can expect Basalt’s fine dining favorites like a heftier portion of the pan seared scallops, as well as the premier steak program with a variety of paired sides and sauces. New menu items will cater to the traditions and flavor preferences of Kittitas Valley residents, including shareable gourmet flatbreads, savory pasta dishes and a buzz-worthy happy hour menu. You might even see a few Dakota favorites finding their way onto the menu.
Ingrid Lutz, Basalt Director of Food and Beverage, looks forward to sharing these new dishes and experiences with diners.
“I am thrilled to welcome Kelley and Mitch Cook to our team,” said Lutz. “It is a tremendous gift to work alongside Kelley as she brings her culinary art to Basalt. Kelley’s knowledge of our valley and her celebrated dishes unite beautifully with our menu, offering more of what our community knows and loves.”