“My 1st occupation in Purple Lodge was doing work for David Knight at The Pollard Resort. In the early 1990s, the hotel was going through a huge renovation, spearheaded by Knight, and was not open to the general public at the time. I was fresh out of higher education and found myself answering phones and serving the to start with meal in the dining area at the time the lodge reopened,” mentioned Eliza.
Shortly following, the pair opened Red Lodge Pizza Co. From there, they continued to work tricky and now on top of that possess Carbon County Steakhouse, Bogart’s Cafe, Natali’s Front Bar and Subway Cafe.
Introducing Marli’s to the list, the new restaurant is named after the couple’s daughters Margo and Allie – traditionally, The Pollard has been recognized for employing loved ones names.
Menu goods incorporate locally elevated, dry-rubbed Saint Louis design half-rack ribs (which are fall-aside tender) served with standard Saint Louis BBQ sauce, the huge pretzel with warm brie cheese dipping sauce, and the drunken fried rooster sandwich, pickled and buttermilk breaded, served with a side of pepper-bacon jam.
The delectable menu doesn’t finish there – Marli’s will also provide delightful cocktails like the fabulous “Marlini” with botanical gin, eco-friendly chartreuse, honey syrup, lime juice and orange bitters, the “Anco Mama’s Aged Fashioned” with Ancho Reyes, black pepper syrup and St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, and the “Dark & Bubbly” with Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, lime juice, ginger syrup and dry champagne.