Open 7 Days a week 3pm-2am, serving food until 9pm.
Best place in the valley to hang out if you don't want to bump into your neighbors or your kid's friends parents. Pool tables, darts, occasional live music, shady characters, cold beer. Enjoy!
Quick service breakfast and lunch.
It's kind of tucked away in the "industrial" part of town. Great for good quality lunch. Burgers and sandwiches always on and they have daily specials.
A friendly, locally owned coffee house in the heart of Basalt. Featuring a full breakfast and lunch menu including prepared takeaway meals for those in a hurry, our kitchen features locally baked goods and in house prepared items. We have a full coffee me
We bicycled some 15 miles and ended up in Basalt, turning up at CC for a caffeine fix. Our friends had been before, and at first glance we could see why â an attractive place with wooden, vaulted ceilings and some nice beams. Once the coffees arrived, it could have been in a Quonset Hut, no problem. Very good coffee.The street out front is wide but not very busy, so sitting outside is nice and quiet. The inside is very comfortable and would be charming in the dead of winter.
4 based on 40 reviews
Stopped here on our way to Aspen for the John Denver Celebration. Had the BEST breakfast ever! Great beer brewed in house and great selection. Denver Broncos were playing on all of the big screens which was fun. Good service.
4 based on 36 reviews
Welcome to your Basalt, CO Whole Foods Market! Founded in 1978 in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market is the leading retailer of natural and organic foods, the first national "Certified Organic" grocer, and uniquely positioned as America's Healthiest Grocer
Got to the Element Hotel in Basalt after a very long day of travel and just needed a quick food choice ... We stopped in and got sandwiches, salad, and a soup. Everything was terrific and convenient ... service was very helpful!
4 based on 42 reviews
Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner and Sunday Brunch. Monday - Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday Brunch from 8am - 3pm with a wide selection of crepes, salads and internationally influenced savory bowls, Market Street Kitchen offers spectacular
Delicious! The crepes were available gluten free with Buckwheat and they were absolutely outstanding. We had a sweet and a savory and both were just perfect. Latte superb, orange juice fresh squeezed. What an amazing find in Basalt and worth the short drive from Snowmass, Glenwood Springs or even Aspen. As good as Paris!Chef and servers were friendly and so nice. Do not miss it!Hello Oksana,Thank you for your positive feedback! We appreciate it! We look forward to seeing you again soon.Sincerely,Mawa McQueen
4 based on 135 reviews
We went to lunch here on Super Bowl Sunday. We were staying at a nearby hotel, and this place is just steps away. I had a burger, my husband had a wrap, and we thought both were very good. Good sized portions too. If I lived in the area, I'd probably go here all the time. Bartender/waitress was very friendly and attentive.
4 based on 101 reviews
We were in town to ski, and wanted a hearty breakfast. We ate here each morning we were in the area. They open at 7am. The wait staff is friendly and efficient, and attentive. The food was very good, and there was plenty of it. I recommend it. Don't forget - it's cash only!
4 based on 63 reviews
Fun, friendly family owned restaurant and wine bar in Old Town Basalt using local, cleaner food. American cuisine, Innovative comfort food. Please go to Freerangebasalt.com for current seasonal menu, upcoming wine dinner events and for seasonal hours.
Located in downtown Basalt probably the best meal we had in the area. On par with the upvalley restaurants reasonable prices and a good wine list. Maybe the best old fashion ever. Hanger steak , pot pie and pappardelle were excellent. Donât miss the pierogi and the deserts Thank you!!!
4 based on 260 reviews
TEMPORARILY CLOSED NOVEMBER 4, 2019 - November 11, 2019 Scheduled Maintenance The Denver Examiner describes our eatery as a âgem of a placeâ. Aspen Real Life calls our food a cure for âanyone suffering from homesicknessâ. And BBC America says, âHeatherâs
We go here every summer when we visit Basalt, each time hoping that we will have the same great food and service we had when it first opened. However, that seems to be the distant past. The menu never changes and, with the exception of a few items, it's all just average. The atmosphere in the bar and on the patio when they have live music is really the reason to go. As a twosome, we've never managed to snag a table on the patio, though, and always end up seated inside. This time, we were apparently in a never-never land where the waitstaff never ever figured out who was supposed to wait on us. After being seated and waiting some time for service, we finally asked for help from a blonde-haired woman who appeared to be in charge as she passed by our table. She quickly took our order and said that bread would be out shortly - but it never came. After awhile, I got up and went to ask the lady about the bread and she said, "they told me they would take care of it." Well, whoever "they" were, didn't, so she had to get the bread for us. When our food came, my chicken marsala was pretty good, although not great. But my husband's pot roast was a huge mass of shredded meat and sauce that covered the entire plate. He found a couple carrots in the pile, but wondered where the mashed potatoes were - and so did the blonde when she came back to check on us. She quickly brought the side of potatoes, but offered us a complimentary glass of wine to make up for the poor service. Later, she also offered us a complimentary dessert. The coconut cake was very good, but I don't even remember the other one so that must say something. All in all, despite efforts by the mgmt., what we remember is the poor service and average food. We would much rather have not had to be "comped" anything.
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