La Veta in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in La Veta with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 157 reviews
The personal atmosphere makes this restaurant a stand out, from the owner's care for her diners to the very well trained and friendly staff. It was a pleasure to watch how seemingly effortlessly all customers were taken care of. The food and drinks are very reasonably priced for the quality of the menu and the service.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
Family-owned Paradise Coffee was brewed in April 2012. Serving a variety of delicious cappuccinos, lattes, coffees and teas, as well as, homemade cookies and pastries. We have free WiFi access. Want to know what to do? Just ask. They are a wealth of information.
We had been here years back, and this coffee house was much more customer friendly. This time my wife asked for a latte without foam. When she mentioned that her latte had foam , rather than offer a new drink, the barrister told the drink was already made, as if was the customers fault. To add insult to injury she tried to say it really was not that much foam.
Nothing doing, my wife got stuck with the imperfect latte. Needless to say in the future we will make sure we get coffee beforehand.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Deerprint Wine serves fine wines and artisan beers by the glass....Accompanied by cheese and salami plates and assorted tapas.
This place has both excellent wines and a variety of cheeses and olive for fun snacks. Almost enough for dinner for the tired hiker.
4 based on 24 reviews
Old school diner with friendly service and home cooked meals. Serving great american regional breakfast and lunches like open-faced chili-burgers and the only Eggs Benedict in the county.
This is a breakfast and lunch spot in La Veta. Breakfast is standard diner food (pancakes, eggs, biscuits and gravy) They also serve breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, huevos rancheros etc.
Lunch is burgers, sandwiches, salads - including a Greek salad. They have kids meals and they also have some vegetarian options.
What I likes is the outside seating under a big tree - the views were spectacular!
5 based on 10 reviews
Mountain Head Pizza takes pride in the quality of our food. Our dough is made from scratch, daily, and in-house using the highest quality flour. We also make our dough the old-fashioned way using a natural fermentation process over 18-24 hours. Our pies are convection baked on special cast-iron pans in about 10-12 minutes. Guests may choose one of our Signature Pies or Create Their Own.
New pizza place run by a young couple - he makes everything by hand, she takes the orders, money, and makes suggestions. Both very pleasant. The pizzas are really really good. We love the Mountain Man, their version of a nearly everything pizza. They also have some homemade desserts - banana layered pudding which is really good. Try this place out!
4 based on 20 reviews
Stopped for an early dinner based on previous reviews. Great food, great service. Our table had ribs, sausage, brisket, fries and beans along with The delicious biscuits that are served . The portions are huge, expect leftovers. Took hone their peach whiskey cake and it was good as well. Glad the piece was big enough to cut in half so I can have some tomorrow. Good find in a small town.
4 based on 26 reviews
Had heard that service was slow here, but not my experience. Dropped in solo, took only outdoor table that was still open, excluding the large group table, and had a relaxing evening meal. The beer queso was very tasty, and the rib eye I had was good. Real beef from the countryside. Wine list is short, but adequate, I drank by the carafe, ate too much to have dessert, but there were items on that list I would like to try. My meal only cost $44 or thereabouts before tip, not expensive in my book. Will come back. Yes, some of the menu items were not available, but I would rather they run out than buy too much and risk me having something not quite as fresh as it would otherwise be. That is my general thought regarding most small places that are trying to serve good food. No complaints at all.
4 based on 12 reviews
This is a must visit if you ever pass through this quaint little town of La Veta. Superior food, wonderful new owners from Kansas City (the best!), great chef (also from KC), an eclectic but very intriguing atmosphere, and best of all -- a great, comfortable place to sit back, relax, have a cocktail or beer,and contemplate life with friends. The back patio is delightful in the summer months, and patrons are relaxed and begin discussions with one another. On occasions when they offer live music, it is good.
Some improvements are ongoing: need for a broader wine list, some working TVs in the bar for game days, and perhaps a slightly larger menu. But other than those items, which I know the owners want to achieve, this place is positively the best, and will be my go-to place in the region. It is also a nice little inn, with fully remodeled rooms. I stayed here under prior ownership, and it was okay, but the hotel is fully and lovingly transformed by the owners, Ally and Ryan. It is now superlative, especially given the other options in town.
5 based on 5 reviews
We had ice cream sundaes. They were enormous with generous toppings and real whipped cream. The soda fountain has leaded glass behind the counter. They also made shakes, ice cream sodas, etc. It was a very busy place with locals and train passengers.
3.5 based on 46 reviews
The Inn has just reopened and we had friends who had to change a reservation at the last minute. I stopped by to see what could be done and they were very friendly and willing to help. They are still remodelling, but were very accommodating for our group and we were so appreciative. La Veta will do well with these new owners.
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