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About Gashouse Restaurant
Specializing in Rocky Mountain cuisine and seafood. Unique Rocky Mountain Log Cabin atmosphere with great food in a casual environment. Kid friendly and locals’ favorite since 1983. Serving lunch and dinner daily starting at 11 am. Daily Happy Hour with 30% off all drinks and apps, Beautiful garden patio dining dining available. Come check us out and find out why we are the Valleys favorite spot for over 30 years.
Edwards, CO 81632
Steakhouse, Wild Game, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Beaver Creek Blvd
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Plenty of free on site parking
Bus stop directly across the street
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining seats up to 35
Private Party Contact:
Andy Guy: (970) 926-3613
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Gashouse Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
The decoration and ambiance of the restaurant was great. It was very unique decor and the feeling once seated was very homey in there. The menu has a very large selection which was nice and they offer a many variations to their menu as well. My biggest complaint is with the steak that was ordered. Both steaks at our table were undercooked, and in fact mine was so rare that I was unable to eat almost half of it ( and this is from someone who likes their steak on the rare side). The rest of the food was delicious and I was impressed with the shrimp as it was very tasty for being so far from the ocean.
We’ve been going to the Gashouse for years and sadly they have started cutting corners. The service was rushed. The food was served with plastic containers and some of the portions were quite small. As an example we ordered the Rocky Mountain oysters and only got one large one and two very small pieces. We might go back if the reviews indicate they have corrected the issues. Otherwise we will go elsewhere.
The waiter was stoned. But he sobered up some and knew the menu. Open Table had us get an early reservation for no reason. The place was half empty. The meat was good. Not great. Elk was dry. The sides were forgettable. It’s a bar. Next to a gas station. Skippable. If you go, the “jackalope” rabbit sausage was unique and the best item we sampled.
My guests entrée was not what she ordered.
Part of my dinner was cold
Two fried items were overcooked and the batter hardened
I had a special table to sit at and went 3 hours before reservation to be sure I had it and was assured I did. Upon arrival it was taken
Friendly staff....poor food
Wonderful food. Excelant wait staff. Diverse menu. There is something for everyone. Beef, fish,chicken, wild game. If you can’t find it anywhere else in the valley go here. One of the few existing original restaurants still serving great food at great prices.
I've been to Gashouse many times over the years and usually have fantastic food. This time was a bit different. We took a chance and two of us ordered the crab cakes listed as a house specialty and at the recommendation of our server. They were awful. But, I guess I should have followed my own rule -- never order seafood in the mountains. In previous visits there were more menu items with locally sourced products. That seemed to be missing this time. I really don't like going to places that use the same Cisco sourced products and try to be local. I could not find a locally sourced protein on the menu. Even the trout was Idaho farm raised. Sorry, it may be a while before I come back.
WE discovered the Gashouse last year and liked it very much. Returned this year for the second time and were not disappointed. Very relaxing atmosphere in this log cabin setting. Menu is good and we loved the food. A couple of families showed up later in our visit with smaller kids, but they were well controlled and did not result in any issues. We highly recommend the dining experience at the Gashouse.
Travel all you like, there is no restaurant quite like this one. The Gashouse has become more than just a family favorite, but an essential experience to which we take guests and friends whenever we are in town. I'm glad to say As always, the food was phenomenal and the service is as pleasant and cordial as ever. The chili and the buffalo burger never fail to disappoint. Great selection of beers on tap. A must for anyone visiting the Eagle/Vail area.
We ate at the Gashouse on the last night of a vacation to the area. We had the Prime Rib and Bison medallions. Both meals were cooked perfectly and were high quality with generous portions. Our waiter was fantastic (wish I could remember his name). We had excellent service and an enjoyable evening. I would recommend this place for a nice meal.
The first impression was the worst. 3 families waiting for someone to seat them and the staff thought it was all one party because of an assumption by the bartender. It was 10 minute mess crowded into a tiny hallway.
Two entrances with no hostesses The manager or owner berated his staff in public about something that seemed to be his fault. We asked for a condiment 4 times until I went to the kitchen and got it myself so one of our party could start eating. The lobster was over cooked and so was a burger. Maybe the elk is an acquired taste. The cheesecake is amazing, but it's local. I see no reason to go here to get it or to return but it's been a family tradition for over 20 years.
Didn't live up to the hype. Elk steak overpromised and underdelivered—tough, overcooked and lacking flavor. Crab cakes were okay, though not exceptional. Go for the tartar sauce and skip the aioli; it's way too thick and gloopy. Dessert was easily the best part (try the Kentucky Derby pie à la mode).
Server was ok. Never came back to refill our drinks or to see if we needed anything. The food was even worse. It lacked flavor and poorly prepared. Steaks were over cooked and the rice pilaf was undercooked. Crab cakes were the worst. My husband decided to eat some of it instead of sending it back. He didn't want us to wait on his meal to eat ours. Half the food was still left on all the plates except one.
The restaurant was way too hot for even a long sleeve shirt. We would have left, but opening the window helped so it was tolerable. We had planned on returning for a couple of more times because of the menu. Unfortunately, the food was not even worth the drive to Edwards.
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