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.
If you are looking for a place to bring a date, then The Winery will not disappoint. Its wood-dominated interior creates a rustic setting that's gently illuminated in yellow lights thus painting a perfect picture for a romantic evening. The menu does justice to the setting with meaty dishes that range from lamb chops, Filet Mignon to the New York Strip and Ribeye. The place also has a selection of seafood specials. The extensive wine menu is a testimony to the restaurant's name with its offerings that are sourced from France, Napa Valley, and even New Zealand.
beeOne of Grand Junction's nightlife mainstays, Baron's Grills offers everything necessary for an enjoyable night out; flavorsome food, groovy music and decent drinking options. Founded in the year 2013, Baron's is well-known around town for its homegrown beef burgers that come with succulent patties, flavorful relishes, and crunchy accompaniments. Pool tables and shuffleboards have been installed to increase the place's entertainment quotient. Live music is a firm fixture here at Baron's.