Great Italian food. Made from scratch. Weekday specials. Sausage and green pepper over pasta was outstanding.
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We were hungry for pasta and this restaurant was close to our cabin. Really sweet waitress and the staff was very attentive. I had the chicken Parmesan and my husband had chicken Marsala. The food was generously portioned but we felt rushed. We hadn’t finished...More
We came back for the lasagna. Reasonably priced for Estes Park. Doesn't come with salad. We had a shrimp dish that was not as good but the lasagna was great. Minestrone is just vegetable soup, no beans.
This restaurant had fresh salads and the warm rolls tasted made from scratch and amazing. I had the ravioli with Marinara and it was excellent. Everyone enjoyed their meals and the large piece of chocolate cake we shared at the end really topped off the...More
The weather was mixed some sun but with a cold breeze and some snow up on the surrounding higher peaks which made the warmth inside the restaurant with windows on both sides so inviting. We were in town to visit friend's that summer there and...More
Upon recommendation from friends, my wife and I decided to give Sweet Basilico a try. Nothing fancy, but it turned out to be a good place for salad and pizza. A glass of wine, and we were pleasantly surprised. Our waitress happened to be foreign,...More
Place was crowded and we were offered seating in back porch area. It was fine and we had the option to wait for inside. Owner was welcoming great staff. Food was excellent. Chicken scarparelli and shrimp limone. Cannolis could have been better but we would...More
Was there at 6 PM on Wed and was seated on an outside porch with 2 large parties. Asked to sit inside (BTW 4 empty tables) and told 25 minute wait .. Sorry locals so we went to another Italian restaurant.
Nice lighter menu, good selection of seafood dishes. Very popular spot where the locals were know to the kitchen staff. Friend recommended and we had an enjoyable meal.
We generally go to Estes once a year, and we usually get a dinner in at Basilico, this visit wasn't as good as it has been. The pasta we ordered was pretty good, but the side salad was sparse, the garlic cheese bread was a...More