Reviews on Fast Food food in Dillon, Colorado, United States. The Town of Dillon is a Home Rule Municipality in Summit County, Colorado, United States. The population was 904 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 167 reviews
Most recognized for serving Summit County's most EPIC Fish Tacos and Shrimp Tacos and burritos. Also in demand are homemade Chili Rellenos! Locally-Owned & Operated since 1998.
Based on TA COE and many positive reviews we decided to stop at Chimayo for lunch. The atmosphere is loud and chaotic. Communication with people behind the counter is difficult and it was not surprising that they messed up our order twice (we ordered a burrito but got tacos and ordered lettuce but didn't get it!). The food is tasty and the portions are large, which is reflected in their price. A single order with sides would have been enough for the two of us to share. Their quarters are cramped with only two standard tables inside and the rest high tops, which are awful if you have back problems. Due to cost, service and seating limitations we won't be back. Welcome to Summit County during the summer! Everyone is busy trying to accommodate the large groups of vacationers in the area and if we could, we would jump at the opportunity to expand our dining area. I spoke with staff about paying better attention to orders but their foreign accents are out of my control. I apologize for the unpleasant experience you had and I appreciate your feedback.
4 based on 92 reviews
After spending $16 for a salad for lunch at the Two Elks on Vail Ski Mountain, this was a real bargain! Chipotle is consist everywhere I go. I always order the chicken salad with brown rice, black and red beans, cheese, salsa and corn. The water is free and only cost a bit over $8. Canât beat that deal for lunch.
The staff here is always friendly. The seating is limited so it feels crowded even when there are only a few people inside. It has always been clean when I have visited here.
3 based on 38 reviews
QDOBA Mexican Eats is a Mexican restaurant chain serving up big, bold flavor with customizable Mexican entrees like Burritos (wrapped or bowl), 3-Cheese Nachos, Quesadillas, Taco Salad, Loaded Tortilla Soup TM and original creations like the chef-inspired
The tacos were fine. What I noticed is the incredible dirt everywhere. The kitchen floors are nasty. The carpeted area gets hardly vacuumed. There is food on the chairs.Yes, the music is not my favorite but it was not as loud as mentioned in other reviews.
3 based on 29 reviews
My husband and I are here twice. It's conveniently located atop the mountain, accessible via chairlift or gondola from River Run base. We found the prices to be quite high. The cheapest entree we saw was a hot dog for $13.50. Pizza also ran about $15. A pack of m&ms was $3.75! We loved the Asian bowls which enable you to make your own selections. You begin by picking a base of either rice, brown rice or lo mein noodles. You then add a protein (chicken, beef, tofu), a vegetable (snap peas/carrots or bok Choy/broccoli), a sauce (terriaki, miso ginger or lemongrass), then an assortment of toppings: peanuts, raisins, crunchy noodles, water chestnuts, scallions and chipotle. All in all a satisfying meal despite its $17.50 price. We also had the Asian salad, which was tasty and generously sized. Seating was available both inside and out. We especially loved sitting up top on the balcony, soaking up the mountaintop rays.
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