Reviews on Pub food in Pueblo, Colorado, United States. Pueblo /ˈpwɛbloʊ/ is a home rule municipality that is the county seat and the most populous city of Pueblo County, Colorado, United States. The population was 106,595 in 2010 census, making it the 267th most populous city in the United States and the 9th largest in Colorado. Pueblo is the heart of the Pueblo Metropolitan Statistical Area totaling over 160,000 people and an important part of the Front Range Urban Corridor. As of 2014, Pueblo is the primary city of the Pueblo–Cañon City combined statistical area (CSA) totaling approximately 208,000 people, making it the 134th largest in the nation.
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3 based on 37 reviews
We were visiting the Arkansas River River Walk and decided to drop into this place. There weren't many restaurants open, so our choice was limited. Come summer there will probably be more choices, and I'd recommend you try one of the others if they are available.I had the pulled pork sandwich, while my wife had the potato skins. First, the food took forever to come out of the kitchen. This was even more surprising because we were the only people ordering food in the entire restaurant at that time.The pulled pork sandwich bun was cold and soft, not toasted as the menu said. I asked to sub the sweet potato fries and was told they were out, so I had the regular fries. The fries were cold and soggy, as though they had come out of the fryer fifteen minutes before they were served. Our waitress was pleasant, but spent most of her time talking with someone who looked like her sister. I never got a refill on my drink since she never came back to ask how we were doing, nor to refill our water glasses. The service was as if the restaurant was packed, but there were only two other groups of two people each in the restaurant. My wife was able to track down and get our waitress to give her another tiny cup of sour cream that came with the skins. The skins were delivered cool. I just have the feeling that for some reason, when the food came out, our waitress was off somewhere else and the food just sat there until she realized it needed to be delivered. That would explain a lot about why it was so cold.Overall, the experience was disappointing. Perhaps as the season turns into high, the restaurant will improve. I won't know, because there is no way I'd ever go back there.
4 based on 11 reviews
The food offered is fairly typical of many other golf courses. It's food and it's not bad. But the service was friendly and prompt. And the views of the putting green, driving range, and first tee, with the mountains in the background are exceptional. If you play Walking Stick, you can get a good lunch at AJ's.
3 based on 39 reviews
We stopped in here for drinks with family and ended up staying for dinner. Their happy hour drink specials are great, and the pizza was quite delicious. Overall, it was a great experience, as the servers were attentive and friendly. A definite must while in Pueblo.
4 based on 14 reviews
My husbands band played a gig at the beer barrel and i got to go for the evening. We all had dinner and enjoyed it tremendously. The owners are very friendly, and of course the band was awesome everyone had a great time.
The Tumbleweed is a nice quiet neighborhood tavern to go during the week with my wife and have a drink. The bartenders always are friendly and very attentive.
4 based on 44 reviews
The food is as great as the service and decor. You have the option of sitting inside at a table or booth or outside on their patio. Both offer very comfortable seating and equally great service. The staff is incredible! The start by talking what is off menu which is really helpful as you mull over what you want for that day. The opeing salad was fresh and well dressed...not overly done. My burger was cooked to perfection. It was still very juicy and the lettuce and tomato was not soggy which added a perfect crunch. The English Muffin bun is a great thought. My partners sandwich was equally well prepared. She made a few adjustments to make to her liking and it came out just as ordered. There were a number of regular customers on the day we visited and they were all friendly. This is a place to come visit when in Pueblo!Thank you for visiting Magpies we do appreciate your business! Thanks for saying nice things about our fresh food and friendly staff! We do have wonderful customers and that's what we love most about our jobs. Look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 187 reviews
In Pueblo there are three things noone elsewhere have ever heard of: 1. slopper 2. potica 3. grinder. The slopper and grinder were invented in Pueblo, while potica is a traditional Slovenian bread roll. The slopper is a 1/2 or 1lb. hamburger on top of a bun with french fries stacked on top and the whole thing smothered in green chili. Now here's the secret. The reason the Slopper is so good and popular in Pueblo is that the green chili is made from Pueblo Country grown green chilis just developed by a CSU ag guy from Ft. Collins and the local farmers. The Publo Chili is the best green chili in the US now, Hatch NM be damned.Simply put, Gray's makes the best (high volume) slopper in Pueblo. The reason for the high volume distinction is that there may be another place that makes one better, but I have been told that you have to wait at least an hour to get it.My slopper was delicious.Gray's is an old bar, with a history. The reason it is Gray's Coors is that Adolph Coors himself teamed up with the original bar owner as a way to popularize Coors beer in Pueblo when the city was the second largest and richest in Colorado. Some uptight, hipster foodies have called Gray's a dirty old dive bar. Wrong! Gray's is a Cheers-type working man's bar.Oh, and have you ever tried a slopper?
4 based on 301 reviews
You can definitely tell that the owners and craftsmen at Brues Alehouse have done their homework. They knew Pueblo needed a good restaurant/bar/venue for talent. They've got all the bases covered. Even ones you wouldn't have thought of. Their food is excellent (slopper is better than any we've had anywhere), service friendly but not contrived, menu imaginative and creative, beer incredibly good (watch their video if you want to see how inviting a beer can be, and it lives up to the pictures). They have a great location on the riverwalk, they offer awesome entertainment for later in the evening, they have a bakery for morning stops....did we miss anything? They sure didn't. Done creatively and done exceedingly well.
4 based on 645 reviews
Located just two blocks from the Marriott Hotel and the Convention Center in the heart of Pueblo, Shamrock Brewing Company offers a distinct dining alternative. Equal parts Irish pub, brewery and restaurant make Shamrock Brewing Company a truly unique Pue
Went on a busy Saturday night so instead of waiting 30 minutes for a table we sat at the bar and ordered our dinner there. Only one bartender on duty. He placed our order. Others at the bar placed their food order after us and were served their meal. After he went to the kitchen a second time specifically looking for our food he came back and said there had been a mixup and our dinners werenât ready. We said we were leaving; he didnât comp us the 2 beers we had ordered (and drunk half of) which is standard practice in such situations. We wonât be going back. If I could give a 0 star rating I would. Please accept our apologies. Sometimes we make mistakes and the bartender should have comped your beers along with a sincere apology. Usually the manager is on the floor to help with any service issues but but he was in the kitchen helping with an emergency. No excuse, it should have been handled better and we apologize. If you are in town again we hope you give us the opportunity to provide the great service you deserve.
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