We got the recommendation for Molly B's from a local. It is south of the old theater on the road towards the south entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. There are 2 public parking lots across the street relatively close. There is quite a bit of inside seating and a few tables outside. The building is an old building separated into a handful of dining rooms, with restrooms down a cool narrow staircase. The place has been well-kept so it doesn't smell old, if you know what I mean. It is decorated with beautiful photography of the rocky mountains. The older building character was a cool mountain feel.The menu is moderate size with a good variety of choices. They have a number of original dishes. I had the gyro enchilado...yes, seasoned lamb meat, cucumber sauce, etc wrapped in a tortilla with verde sauce. It was delicious. My husband had a salad and burger, both also very good. The kid's menu is pretty standard (Yay, kraft macaroni and cheese, said our son), but at least it was not cold and dried out as frequently happens when it's microwaved and waits for the adult meals. The service was fair...a little slow and we had to ask for things a couple times, but very nice waitress. The hostess was polite but not overly friendly. We will go back. Yummy food, no wait.
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