This restaurant is little more pricy than other places in Estes Park, but the food is well worth it!!
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Dark interior for something called the Sundeck, which wasn't open for customers to use, inside is dark and styled in the 60's, time for an upgrade.The food was pricey and portions small, it was edible both nothing to write home about.If you like average over...More
I heard this place may be closing, which is a shame. It's well located between downtown Estes Park and the national park entrance. From the windows, you can see the mountains. The service is prompt and attentive, and the food was quite good. We had...More
We spent the day in Estes Park, and stopped at the Sundeck for lunch before heading into the main street shopping area. Sundeck is restaurant that reminds me of a mountain lodge- very cute mountain decor for the area its in. We could tell it...More
We visted here twice for dinner and once for lunch. We were told that the restaurant has just been sold and was closing in a couple days and no one seemed to know about its future. Anyway, we had delicioius dinners and a lunch. Our...More
Good food, good service, not much wine list. You can watch elk grazing across the street. Three apple cheeked lovelies greeted us at the door.
We had a good dinner of local fish and a special with Norwegian salmon. The dinner was good and filling. The salad was fresh. I will admit the bread was dry, but overall a good experience. I believe the owners are selling the restaurant after...More
Nice & friendly restaurant, Would recommend it to anyone to eat there, However they will be closed for the winter.
It was very near where I was staying and so tried it out. The prime rib was cooked perfectly . My daughter had chicken strips which were ok. It is across from a meadow where there were tons of elk. It was also the most...More