Serving Dinner Friday – Sunday 5pm-9pm
Reservations are highly recommended.
James Davis ~ Spanish & Classical Guitar
Friday, November, 20th and Saturday- November 28th
The Twin Owls Steakhouse is located in Estes Park, Colorado. We are surrounded by the Rocky Mountain National Park. The Twin Owls Steakhouse is housed in a beautiful 1920’s charming log cabin; an original homestead on the Black Canyon Inn property. We offer casual fine dining, wedding receptions and special events. Together with the Black Canyon Inn, the Twin Owls Steakhouse will meet all your lodging and special event needs. Our restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Estes Park.We take pride in serving you. We carefully select our entrees to please the entire family including fine cuts of steak, seafood and a kid’s menu. We offer irresistible desserts and a fine wine selection.
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Where to Eat or Drink: Dine on refined Colorado fare, such as Denver leg of elk medallions and trout filet baked in herb butter at Twin Owls Steakhouse in Estes Park. The casual fine dining eatery opens at 5 p.m. (reservations recommended) and is located in a restored 1920s log cabin homestead at the Black Canyon Inn. Request a table on the upper landing for a full view of the open dining room and floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
Couples can hike and snowshoe in RMNP—only a 10-minute drive from the B&B—before easing into the hot tub back at Golden Leaf Inn. Even better, a short walk along Big Thompson River lands guests in Estes Park. The downtown area hosts Dancing Pines Distillery’s tasting room, which serves samples and cocktails involving their award-winning spirits, such as Chai Liqueur and Spiced Rum. A romantic rendezvous calls for an alluring dining atmosphere. Twin Owls Steakhouse is housed in a 1920s log cabin with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. By candlelight, diners enjoy live classical guitar music and Colorado-inspired dishes, such as Almond Crusted Venison Chops and Buffalo Ribeye (both created to commemorate RMNP’s 100-year anniversary.