The challenges of dishwashing in the trailer finally wore them down, so the move was on for a more permanent setup. When the Haskill Station located at the edge of town came up for sale in 2016, Tim and Ali felt this was spot-on for their vision and made the purchase.
The eatery was renamed Last Chair Kitchen & Bar, in honor of their passion for skiing/snowboarding and the proximity to the resort. It’s easy to spot the restaurant with its antique ski lift chair sitting at the entrance. The interior has a pub-like feel, welcoming and cozy, with walls adorned with historic ski photos and other ski paraphernalia. During the summer, there is seating at an outdoor patio. An interior fireplace helps stave off the winter chill during the Goods’ favorite season.
Good calls his menu “eclectic world cuisine.” Soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers are standard fare, along with nightly specials. Enticing entrees, such as steelhead trout from the waters of Idaho and local bison ragu are featured. Two of the food truck favorites, Pad Thai and the walleye sandwich, are on the menu.
Good delves into soul food with his chicken and waffles, featuring buttermilk fried chicken, a savory waffle, huckleberry Gorgonzola cream, maple balsamic, and a side of collard greens. The Goody Bowl is a shout out to healthy eating with farro, French green lentils, local seasonal vegetables and cilantro, all topped with walnut pesto, creamy Tamari sauce. The Indian Platter features butter chicken, red lentil dal, cilantro, peanut chutney, basmati rice and naan.