Very nice place. We decided to test the waiter with our menu selections, and he did not fail. Wife and I both had a $6 house Cabernet and a dinner salad. She ordered the lasagna roll, and I ordered the French Onion Soup as my...More
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We've eaten here many times over the past 18 years. For a long time, it was our favorite place in Estes. The view continues to be spectacular from the porch, and the old lodge has a wonderful mountain flavor, but the food is at best...More
We had a flight of their ciders; and it was amazing. Such great flavors. Husband had the cajun wings and they were a dry rub; very tasty. Wait staff was personable and quick to deliver our snacks.
Not as upscale as it used to be. More like a bar and restaurant combo now. Limited menu, choices are good just not enough of them. The dishes don't exactly match the descriptions on the menu. Nice outdoor seating looking towards town.
The mountains have loads of historic old hotels, but Mary's Lake Lodge is most certainly one fine "old lady" from the days when railroads built these destinations for the traveling American public. Step into the hotel lobby and you are spun back in time. A...More
The place has a nice atmosphere but the food was mediocre. A pricey baked halibut was overcooked- very thin and rubbery. We had 3 pasta dishes at the table and only one came with any bread - two silver dollar sized 1/2" pieces hard as...More
I left a message to reserve a table, but they never received it, and they were rather odd about the whole thing. However, when we arrived on a Saturday evening, there were plenty of empty tables, both inside and out. We opted for outside on...More
It had been a while since I had been here, but I came for the food. There menu has become much more sparse than it used to be. Saturday 4pm and they were already out of trout and bison. Come on. If you eat there...More