Craft Beers - Ciders - Wine - Soft Drinks
DRINKS FOR ALL
The Slab features Rocky Mountain craft beers and ciders, including gluten-free brews. We have crowlers and bombers for the team--or when you're back from a climb with a mighty thirst!
Wine and an array of soft drinks are here to complement your meal.
We are proud to serve the quality products of these companies:
The Slab is your outdoor pub and garden patio
Delicious after the Gem Lake hike
And just perfect after shopping
Up and down Elkhorn Avenue
Relax on the Patio
MUSIC & FUN
Listen to great musical talent from Estes Park and the metro front range
Games just for you: Your own favorite game with friendly table partners . . .
Or try your hand in The Slab Arcade Game Room
Sip your drink . . . and
scratch your puppy's ears.
(No Cover Charge)
"I love improvising and playing by ear," Scott explains. "I don't memorize the songs. There is something more than memory there. It's like whistling. You don't memorize the tune, you just start whistling."
Scott has has accompanied a wide variety of acts; locally including the band Riverside Ramblers and musician Vic Anderson. He has provided live, ragtime accompaniment for the Estes Park Silent Film Festival for four years.
Wendhaven Duo will have you grooving to your favorite rock and country songs from Fleetwood Mac to Alison Krause. Join them each Tuesday Evening at the Slab from 5-8pm
Justin Faye is a pop singer, songwriter, guitarist, musical performer and entertainer who grew up surrounded by world rhythms in his hometown of Thies, SenegalHe now resides in Estes Park, Colorado. Justin can sing in five languages; two Senegalese dialects: Wolof and Serere, English, Spanish and French.
Rocco is a folk recording artist-- his 2017 album is titled Life, and Other Dreams on the Spinnup label, featuring songs "Come Back Down," "My Love, the Universe," and "The Length of the Charles."
Listen here online to "The Length of the Charles."
With Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and Cheyenne nearby
Estes Park is a beautiful retreat and base camp for adventure
In all directions, peaks and high mountains inspire awe
And Rocky Mountain National Park beckons
TRAVELING FROM DENVER
Take Interstate 25 north to U.S. 36 and then west to Boulder. Continue north on U.S. 36 through Lyons to Estes Park.
TRAVELING FROM FORT COLLINS
Take College Avenue (U.S. 287) south to U.S. 34 (Eisenhower Boulevard) and then west to Estes Park.
TRAVELING FROM BOULDER
From downtown Boulder, take Broadway north to U.S. 36 and continue north through Lyons on U.S. 36 to Estes Park.
If arriving in Boulder traveling west via U.S. 36, continue on U.S. 36 (28th Street through Boulder) to Lyons and then Estes Park.