The buffalo burger is fantastic, as is the wedge salad. Warm atmosphere, good beers, friendly staff, right downtown,
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If you are downtown this is a reasonably priced restaurant with a variety of choices. Also a place to just relax get an appetizer and cocktails if you are not ready for a full meal.
We enjoyed lunch here on a visit in town with Mom, husband, brother and his wife. They have been in business for at least 20 years and they know what they are doing. The server suggested to try an unusual craft beer before getting a...More
I had the Philly cheese sandwich, and my husband had the fish tacos. Both were very good. Great service and fast kitchen.
We visited for lunch and waited for only 5 minutes for our food. Our waitress was awesome. It’s nice that they offer a side salad instead of just fries with your sandwich. The club had roasted turkey,not deli sliced which was a little peasant surprise.
We sat on their outside patio under a tree in the shade. The beer was good and the food came quickly as ordered. One of the highlights of our trip, just relaxing watching the downtown activity and enjoying the moment.
Grand Junction’s downtown is very eclectic with some great shops and sculptures but free parking is difficult. Park at the beginning of Main St and you get 2 hours free until 430PM when the town seems to roll up for the evening-at least Main St....More
Called in for a couple of "crafted" beers on a busy Friday night whilst on holiday from the UK. Sat at the bar and was served quickly even though the place was very busy. Tried the local brews all of which were great and ordered...More
Went to Rockslide a couple weeks back with some college friends, got seated right away and was very happy. The waiter however stuck us in the back by the bar and forgot about us, maybe he didn't think some college kids would tip well anyways....More
Location is good, choice of dishes is good, service is friendly and prices are good. However we did not like the quality of the food, in the my chicken and veggies were drowning in extremely artificial tasting teriyaki sauce, whereas the Mac and cheese was...More