Colorado Roadfood Suggestions Needed
I’ve need to find places around Colorado that are best for::
Slices of pie
Placed for offbeat regional specialty (e.g. Rocky Mountain oysters, burritos or fried artichokes)
I have some favorites but would love some input from you Hounds too in case I am missing something that would be great. No Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs or other significant cities. Smaller cities, town, roadside restaurants. Thanks.
McClellan's Grill and Brewing Co. in Canon City, CO for oustanding lunch or dinner. Main St. Cafe in Grand Junction, CO for good lunch or dinner. Rockslide Brew Pub in Grand Junction, CO for good road food for lunch or dinner. Farrell's Restaurant in Gunniso, CO for good breakfast or lunch with outdoor dining.
McClellan's Grill and Brewing Co. @ 413 Main Street, Canon City, CO 719 - 276 - 3400.
Main St. Cafe @ 504 Main Street, Grand Junction, CO 970 - 242 - 7225.
Rockslide Brew Pub @ 401 Main Street, Grand Junction, CO 970 - 245 - 2111.
Farrell's Restaurant @ 310 North Main Street, Gunnison, CO 970 - 641 - 2655.
Larkburger in Edwards. Yes, they have locations in your verboten areas, but don't hold that against them. Excellent upscale burgers and the truffle parmesan fries are to die for.
Eagle Diner in Eagle would be a good breakfast choice, or any other meal for that matter. Solid diner fare with some upscale touches, good service.
0112 W Chambers Ave, Eagle, CO 81631
105 Edwards Village Blvd, Edwards, CO 81632
The best milkshake I've ever had is at the Yellowstone Drug Store in Shoshoni, Wyoming. That's "around" Colorado by some definitions.
The best posole is in Basalt, Colorado at a place called El Horizonte.
The best Mexican all-you-can-eat buffet is in Alamosa, Colorado. It's Calvillo's. Some say it's the best Mexican food in Colorado.
You just MUST go to Roadfood.com prior to traveling. Here's a link to Colorado/Colorado Springs area. The site is free if you're just scouting/looking for restaurants.
It also posts pictures for the lead entrees as well as for the restaurant itself, which I like as the "vibe" atmoshpere for me is as important as the food.
I wanted to try Red's while in CO. Springs (has many of your requirements), but they'd re-located and I didn't like the vibe from the new building.
We travel all over Colorado and it's not for the food. I know you said no Denver but I have to point out that one of the best burgers I've ever eaten was at Jack N Grill this summer.
The only other food I can remember eating in all of Colorado is a steakhouse on 82 on the south side of Glenwood Springs. I think it was called Fireside something or other. It was next to a tractor supply store I think. They had really good prime rib. That was about 15 years ago and I don't think it's still there.
We don't go there for the food but maybe we just haven't found the right places to eat yet.
311 8th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Oh, I forgot about this gem. If you're ever on Highway 40 between Granby and Kremmling and looking for something to eat, stop in at the Parshall Inn. The menu is what you'd expect for the only restaurant in a small town in the middle of nowhere. But the quality of preparation is incredible.
The Parshall Inn
146 1st Ave, Parshall, CO 80468