Bin 707 Foodbar is a local culinary wonder. The restaurant takes pride in their seasonal menu dictating dishes that are created using only locally-sourced ingredients. The food is eclectic but it preserves the gourmet traditions of the Grand Valley. The Beer Cheese Soup, Pork Ragu, and the Bin Burger are striking lunch dishes here, while the Lamb Tenderloin and Wagyu Beef Short Rip highlight the dinner menu. Cheese and charcuterie are all-time favorites among regulars. Potent cocktails complete the delectable meal.
Tacoparty comes most recommended for connoisseurs of Mexican food visiting the city. This is a casual eatery with a simple interior letting their delectable food do all the talking. Their variety is the place's unique proposition. Every day, the restaurant has close to six tacos for you to sample and an equal number of appetizers also feature on the menu. End your Mexican feast with some Soft Serve.
626 on Rood is a restaurant serving modern American cuisine. From burgers to salads and sandwiches, the restaurant offers an indulgent fare along with an extensive wine list.
Ever bustling with happy customers, Cafe Sol is a restaurant where they take the quality of food served, quite seriously. Try out their salads, which come in generous portions and are prepared to perfection. The staff here is attentive and prompt. The ambiance is casual and you can easily unwind over a sumptuous meal here.
Dream Cafe is one place which can brighten up your mornings with their delicious breakfast food. The atmosphere is casual here and the decor, charming. They promise to not keep you hungry for long when you visit, by rendering quick service. The cafe is also equipped with an outdoor seating area and a full bar.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Dine at IHOP® on Hwy 6 And 50 in Grand Junction, the home of pancakes and delicious breakfast, lunch & dinner near you with breakfast delivery and breakfast takeout available. View hours, specials or order online.
Warehouse25sixty-five Kitchen + Bar is a great place to unwind at after a long day in the city. Defined by an industrial decor, the interior of the place is furnished to accommodate larger parties. The food menu is quintessentially American with an homage to the Grand Valley's culinary traditions. Burgers take center stage, however, they do have tacos, nachos, chicken wings, and other scrumptious delights. The entertainment is at par with the culinary element highlight being their comfy lounge area where matches can be enjoyed. Pool tables and live music keep patrons entertained on other nights. The cocktail menu sums your night and keeps you in high spirits.
Charlie Dwellingtons is the ultimate party zone of Grand Junction. This local watering hole has garnered quite a fan following owing to their line-up of fun events, happy hours and the elaborate selection of drinks. A spacious interior is perfect for larger groups and there are dart boards and pool tables for friendly matches. Certain evenings at Grand Junction are brought to life by live bands, while karaoke keeps patrons entertained on other nights.
A go-to spot in the neighborhood for sushi and Japanese cuisine, No Coast Sushi is located off the North 1st Street in northwest tenement of Grand Junction. Vibrant atmosphere, an eclectic menu and friendly service make this sushi joint a favored destination for friendly night-outs and casual dining. Head chef Christopher Boyd and his team deliver a simple menu with highlights like the Edamame, Yakitori, Hibachi, Seafood Frittata, Yaki-Udon and special sushi, sashimi and nigiri rolls. To complement the dishes and small plates, there is a good line-up of handcrafted cocktails, sake, wines and beers. The overall experience is worth every buck and will surely have you coming back for more.