Find out what American restaurants to try in Gypsum. Gypsum is a home rule municipality in Eagle County, Colorado, United States. The population was 6,477 at the 2010 census. Gypsum is the home of an American Gypsum drywall plant and mine.
Things to do in Gypsum
4 based on 50 reviews
Situated in one of those faux Main Street shopping areas that spring up in suburbia, donât go looking for lots of character. Everything in this area is about 30 seconds old. Beers are decent enough. Tried a few, the imperial stout was the best. Didnât try the food but looked decent. Service wasnât exactly friendly but was efficient, they seemed super understaffed. Thereâs outdoor tables as well. If youâre a beer geek looking for the true Colorado local stash type experience this probably isnât it. But itâs not a bad place either.
4 based on 33 reviews
after a concert in nearby Gypsum. The beer was cold, and the staff was great. Hadn't planned on eating anything, but after watching sandwiches come out...decided we needed to eat something lol. Had the chips and queso, was a great appetizer and the price was right. Everything that came out of the kitchen looked good!
4 based on 38 reviews
At Pickupâs Pizza Company, pizza isnât just business, its passion. Our pizza is exceptional because we take the time to do things right. We make our dough every day, using locally milled, organic, Colorado winter wheat. We add fresh yeast and rich malt re
... we must really really love this place! Pickups makes truly delicious pizza, especially if you go for their special combos and the deep dish. My son always goes thin crust, but I find their deep pan pizza to be reminiscent of the delicious goodness you get in Chicago. I like working my way around the menu, but my favorite go to has to be The Lasagne. This is a real local joint, don't expect white glove service and your food to come 'fast.' If you are really up for the ideal scenario, go to Bonfire Brewing and order your pizza on their red 'bat phone.' You can nosh on your tasty pie while sipping the best CO brews all at the same time. If you dine in, relax, play a few rounds of Galaga or Ms. Pac Man and your delish zah will be ready in no time.
4 based on 168 reviews
Maybe itâs just me, but when I saw âRoadhouseâ in the title, I thought it was a steakhouse. It is not, but thatâs my only gripe. The food is good, the staff is attentive and friendly, and the prices are decent, especially considering where you are. Their drinks are pretty good and reasonably priced as well. Weâll be going back for sure.
4 based on 241 reviews
Easy to find because itâs right off the expressway. Cute decor that takes you back to the 50s. Hubby got a big breakfast with scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage patties and French toast! Believe it was $11.95. I got scrambled eggs with diced ham on English Muffin, covered in Colby jack cheese. Mine also included hash browns. priced at $8.95. Service was fast and the food was good. Hash browns could have been hotter, but thatâs only criticism I had. Definitely recommend them. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
4 based on 89 reviews
We are a casual American style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. We serve fresh fish, grilled steaks, pastas, burgers, salads, appetizers and much more! Voted Eagle's Best Restaurant.
Had a very late lunch. Recommended by a dear friend who eats here frequently. Enjoyed it very much as servings were large and food quality was very good. I had a salmon burger which was larger than expected. Fries were nice and crisp. Hot fudge sundae hit the spot.
2 based on 15 reviews
The Gypsum Grill does not sport any of the tall or flashing neon signs announcing yet another fastfood temple. But pay attention to the number of trucks parked outside,The menu is half American, half Mexican. My wife had trout (superb) with french fries (a bit raw) and toast (rather greasy), still tasty and OK. I went on the mexican side and to my delight had a tasty, spicy and colorful mix of items that had NOT been through the usual bean blender like in some other mexican eateries.
Small artsy + edgy cafÃ© specializing in cappuccinos, Brunch, house made baked goods, Ramen every Friday afternoon and a small retail area. We offer catering options, as well as customized orders for pies, quiche, muffins + scones with advanced notice. Als
Delicious food, sweet treats, fabulous beverages and cocktails. Always a wonderful and unique play on flavors in every dish. Not only is the food well thought out and tasty but youâre surrounded by fun and creative art, unique items and beautiful flowers. Itâs worth the visit. Grab a pink seat and sit back and enjoy the experience or bring some friends for one of their specialty events.
4 based on 29 reviews
We had a group dinner for kids and parents last week. Unfortunately, what I ordered and what we got were not the same. Ordered a chicken with tomato, caper white wine sauce. Got the most anemic looking chicken (not sauted- white!) and rice dish. Then for dessert I had ordered an ice cream bar. We got multiple something desserts, not ice cream. We have had good luck here before but for an almost $1900.00 dinner bill I want what I ordered, not what they want to cook!
4 based on 26 reviews
Try the "loaf of soup" it is a great meal for lunch. I love the food, all the bread is fresh baked and meats are premium deli. Two problems at lunch: Parking and Long Lines. Get there early or plan a late lunch.
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