The food was ok. Not the greatest but maybe it was what we got. I got the bbqbacon cheddar burger which was very good. My friend got the chicken and gac sandwich which was awful! The house made bbq sauce was great and the fries.
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Out of the ordinary. We had Elk chops one night. Lean and rather dull but different all the same.I like a stronger game of a taste for for those that don't mind it should do just fine. Next night had Yak. Better than the elk...More
Ate here as a party of 8, two families at two separate tables, 5 adults and 3 kids under 5yrs old. Food was fairly average, 2 filets drastically over-cooked and cold side dishes. My bison ribeye was cooked as ordered, and was not overly seasoned...More
We ate here our last night of the weekend and it was probably the best meal in Estes Park. First off we really liked the quirky rustic feel of the place and the attentive service. My husband had Shepard's pie made with elk and it...More
Nothing very great or bad - typical of tourist restaurants. Food, service just ok - better to seek out the 4-5 very good restaurants in Estes Park, which is not known for outstanding cuisine.
Neat, historic place for a quick meal. Lots of character in the old time furnishings. Food was pretty good. Took a while but if was fresh and hot.
Rustic feel to the place....an old west setting with lots of memorabilia on the walls. Really cool place. Good food. Our waitress was very friendly and made us feel so welcome. Good place for the family. Price was just right. Excellent burgers!!! We also had...More
After a long day in Estes Park, I was a little late for dinner and it is not easy to find something in Estes Park that is still open close to 8 pm. The Grubsteak was, and I’m glad I found my way there. Nice...More