The place to go for an upscale Italian dinner for a generation, the Dunraven Inn is tucked away in the trees on Colo. 66, halfway before it dead-ends. Countless renditions of the Mona Lisa hang on the walls and more than $16,000 worth of dollar bills wallpaper the bar. The Italian dishes are uniformly good, from lobster ziti to chicken parmesan, and there are also steaks and seafood specialties. I’m a fan of the gorgonzola-stuffed filet mignon and the namesake dish, the Lord Dunraven, a center-cut charbroiled sirloin steak.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park› Restaurant
2470 Colorado 66, south of the intersection with US 36
Our Rating Neighborhood Near The Park Hours Daily 4–9pm Phone 970/480-0396 Prices Main courses $13–$34 Cuisine Type Italian Web site Dunraven Inn
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