900 Moraine Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517 - United States of America Sun-Thu: 7.30am-3pm; Fri-Sat: 7.30am-8.30pm +1 (970) 586-2171


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    The work we do is driven by the belief that a restaurant, not only must serve food, should offer the dining experience. we believe that every client should feel in a cozy and familiar atmosphere.

    Our philosophy is reflected in the quality of the food we prepare, the constant training of our collaborators and in every improvement we make.

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    AboutEstes Park

    Estes Park is the base camp to rocky mountain national park which is one of the most visited national parks in the country with majestic peaks in every direction.

    Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet, it has over three million visitors every year, covering 415 squares miles with over three hundred hiking trails. encounter real wildlife. whether you are planning a romantic weekend or the family vacation of a lifetime, estes park has the events, lodging and activities to create the perfect escape from the everyday. just go ahead

    This year estes park celebrate the first 100 years, and you are invited to the celebrations. for more information visit: Estes Park Centennial

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    Our Traditional cuisine. The Dining Experience like no other.
    The Other Side ambiance is punctuated by the energy of our cozy dining room and lodge cafe, a spacious bar serving hand-crafted cocktails, and impeccable service. smell the house-made breakfast, the grilled meats and the variety of our buffets.

    Taste the undertones of olive oil drizzled over your pasta and our variety of essential desserts.



    The green head and yellow bill of the mallard duck is a familiar sight to many people living in the Northern hemisphere. In fact, the mallard is thought to be the most abundant and wide-ranging duck on Earth.

    Mallards prefer calm, shallow sanctuaries, but can be found in almost any body of freshwater across Asia, Europe, and North America. They’re also found in saltwater and brackish water and are commonly found in wetlands.

    The male, or drake, is the more distinctively colored of the mallards. Its iconic green head sits atop a white neckband that sets off a chestnut-colored chest and gray body. Females are mottled drab brown in color, but sport iridescent purple-blue wing feathers that are visible as a patch on their sides. They grow to about 26 inches (65 centimeters) in length and can weigh up to 3 pounds (1.4 kilograms).

    Mallard groups can often be seen head dipping or completely upending in the water. They rarely dive though, spending their time near the surface and dabbling for invertebrates, fish, amphibians, and a variety of plants. They also graze on land, feeding on grains and plants.

    Source: National Geografic


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