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We were staying at the companion Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge across the street. Reservations were recommended when we contacted the staff. They are only serving dinner, but it is all elegant and tasty, with an extensive wine and cocktails list, even if my focus was...primarily on craft beers. Our second night we were joined by an old friend and his wife for an impromptu reunion, which may have stretched on a bit toward closing time. No one was hovering over us to move us along. Charm and warmth to accompany great food.More
Date of visit: September 2020
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded September 27, 2020
Thank you, Edward, for dining with us during your stay in historic Twin Lakes Village. Our weeknight dining continues for a few more weeks when we will shift to our Fri-Sat-Sun service hours for the TWIN-ter season. We hope to see you again next time...More
I stopped in for lunch and was intrigued by an appetizer of “smoked chicken wings”. Buffalo-styled wings are one of my favorite foods, so I placed the order. The wings came out naked—no coating. They were huge, all the first joint of the wing. The...combination of the smoked meat with the Buffalo sauce was a match made in heaven! The six wings were enough for a meal, unless you were foolish enough to share.More
Date of visit: August 2020
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded August 9, 2020
Thank you, @Edbo, for making a lunch stop at the Inn and giving our smoked Buffalo wings a try. While we're thrilled to achieve your "world's best" rating, we also know our wings are a favorite choice of many guests. We also have BBQ and...More
An unplanned lunch stop on the way up to Snowmass for a long weekend! Food was so good that we timed our return to make another stop. The dry rub wings were so good that i would have happily bought a jar of the seasoning...if they sold it. We tried a variety of food and everything was great!More
Date of visit: July 2020
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded July 7, 2020
Thank you, Karin, for making a chance lunch stop then doubling down on your return to discover more of our menu offerings as part of your weekend activities. Please join us anytime you're in the Twin Lakes area.
We came over for the weekend brunch and it did not disappoint. Grits were a real nice treat! Andy was so hospitable and welcoming. If you are heading over the pass, or looking for a nice morning drive I highly recommend stopping or head to...the Twin Lakes Inn! Cant wait to come back for lunch in the summer!More
Date of visit: March 2020
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded March 17, 2020
We're glad you enjoyed our TWIN-ter brunch on your recent visit to Twin Lakes! It'll be great to see you again when our Fri-Sat-Sun lunch service resumes in late May.
I cannot give this Inn and Restaurant enough credit to justify how much we enjoyed this place. I wish I had pictures of our food and inside the restaurant. This place is amazing and the food and service were excellent. My family constantly talks about...how beautiful everything was and how great the people were. If you are looking for a place to step back in time then this place should be your destination.More
Date of visit: June 2019
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2019
Our thanks to you and your 'Cornerstone357' family for dining with us during your Twin Lakes Colorado travels. We look forward to seeing you again!
We stayed in the roadhouse lodge next-door for four nights and ate dinner every night at the twin lakes Inn Restaurant. Twin Lakes is a tiny little town and so often you find when there’s only one choice of restaurant it’s not very good. Not...so with this place! The food was excellent! The Inn is a historic building and we loved sitting by the fireplace. All the food is very fresh. The spicy trout was yummy, we enjoyed the hamburgers, the mushroom appetizer is fantastic, my husband said the salmon was delicious while I tried the elk sausage which was also great. We both had a chicken dish which was delicious, and I was ordering food to go for the next morning. They took care of me with my gluten-free diet restrictions. Very friendly atmosphere. And the owner was especially wonderful and generous with his time giving us ideas of things to do outdoors in the area. Highly recommend!More
Date of visit: October 2019
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded October 18, 2019
Thanks, "JSJR", for dining with us during your visit to Twin Lakes and your stay with our wonderful neighbors at the Roadhouse. We're glad you enjoyed the meals our terrific kitchen team cooks up. Please come see us again on your next visit.
We were out on a road trip with no destination and no set plan or reservation for the night. About 5:30 we found ourselves down at Twin Lakes and this little Inn had a room and an excellent restaurant. Andy, the manager, was super friendly...and professional. They're about to close for the winter in the next week or so. We had a nice room with pretty furnishings including some antique tables and dresser. Towels were good and thick and the bathroom was well stocked. I would definitely recommend this place in the future and would stay again if we are in the area.More
Date of visit: October 2019
TwinLakesInn, Owner at The Twin Lakes Inn Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded October 13, 2019
Isn't is wonderful when spontaneity works out so well? Thank you, "K&C", for dining (and staying) with us as you traveled through Twin Lakes. We're pleased you enjoyed your meals and your room. Thanks for also mentioning our seasonality. It gives us a chance to...More
Response from TwinLakesInn | Property representative |
The Colorado Health Dept has required all restaurants to suspend buffet-style services during the current COVID-19 crisis. We still safely serve breakfast for our overnight lodging guests. This breakfast is included with... More
The Colorado Health Dept has required all restaurants to suspend buffet-style services during the current COVID-19 crisis. We still safely serve breakfast for our overnight lodging guests. This breakfast is included with each room at no extra cost.
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