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Dish Restaurant Review: Just what the burgeoning town of Edwards needed: a buzzy, citified dining den dishing out small plates---and topnotch ones, at that---without high altitude price tags. A sophisticated, noisy and glamorous space, Dish trumpets a snazzy bar, exhibition kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows and cosmopolitan furnishings. Snatch a seat at the chef's counter and watch as kitchen magician Jenna Johanson crafts playful, flavor-bombed dishes, most of which are meant to be shared. Or, make a reservation in advance for one of the window tables, where the expansive mountain views are as mesmerizing as the food. No matter where you sit, refined servers present you with plates such as the roasted artichoke salad dressed with a truffled vinaigrette; citrus-spiked ceviche shooters; pecan-crusted crab cakes; or miso soup tangling with seaweed and mung beans. House-made lamb chorizo bolsters a bowl of Prince Edward Island mussels floating in a fragrant white Burgundy broth, as does the first-rate wine roster, which proffers numerous pours by the glass. All of the wines are priced $25 over retail, and most are boutique bottlings. The menu changes daily and the Sunday suppers---a seven-course dinner---are one of the best deals in the Valley.