The Rockslide Brewery and Restaurant
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Considered a local favorite for Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch, The Egg & I Restaurant offers exceptional food, served fresh by friendly associates. Breakfast favorites include egg benedicts, omelettes, waffles and whole-wheat pancakes.
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At staple in downtown Grand Junction since 1994, Rockslide Restaurant & Brewery is committed to serving up local meats, produce, and of course, beer! Whether you’re craving jalapeno chicken mac-n-cheese, blackened catfish, or fresh salads and sandwiches, there is something for everyone. Pair your…
delicious food and brewery. good music! and walking distance from our suite.
Fantastic unpretentious menu. Great beers. Great happy hour deals (after 10 and before 6).
Many people like this because of the downtown location and the different types of alcohol.
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“Mount Garfield is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Palisade, Colorado that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Terrific views, wild horses, and a short gnarly climb/scramble up to the top to overlook Grand Junction. This trail is steep and can get hot on summer afternoons, depending on the time of year you may want to do this hike in the morning. Mount Garfield presents some challenging hiking opportunities. The payoff is incredible views from the top. One of the main geological features of the Grand Valley is the Bookcliffs, a dirt-covered mountain range extending 200 miles, beginning where the Colorado River flows through DeBeque Canyon near Palisade, all the way to Price Canyon, which is near Helper, Utah. The most noticeable landmark of this range is Mount Garfield, which is located in Grand Junction. This mountain is only a two-mile hike up, but the elevation change is 2,000 feet, making it a very challenging climb. The crusty dirt on the trail can be slick at times, so hiking poles are recommended, especially on the way down. Getting to Mount Garfield To reach the trailhead, take Interstate 70 to the Palisade exit, No. 42. At the bottom of the exit, turn right onto 37 3/10 Road, cross the canal, and take another right turn on the first paved road, G 7/10 Road. Travel until this road turns to dirt and takes a sharp right. Then travel through a narrow tunnel under I-70. The road ends on the north side of the highway at the parking lot and trailhead. Two trails lead to the top of Mount Garfield: the two-mile Mount Garfield Trail and the 2.5-mile Gearhart Mine Trail. Both trailheads are accessed from the same parking area at the bottom of Mancos Shale hill. The Mount Garfield Trail goes up the middle of the hill on the north side of the parking area, and the Gearhart Mine Trailhead can be accessed by the east side of the parking area. These trails are steep and challenging, and sturdy hiking shoes are recommended due to the rocky terrain and unstable footing. Despite the strenuous climb, however, hikers attest to the spectacular views at the top, making the trek well worth the effort. ”
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“This place puts a fresh new spin on tacos. The use all local produce an ingredients. Some of their tacos are seasonal but always delicious and the mixed drinks are made from fresh ingredients too.”
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“Dream Cafe offers a fun and uniquely hip atmosphere to enjoy the breakfast or lunch you've been "dreaming about". Busy most mornings so be patient the food is worth the extra wait. You’ll find a wide variety of options ranging from deliciously distinctive Eggs Benedict and Specialty Pancakes (including a gluten free option), to mid-morning Bloody Mary's or sparkling Mimosas.”
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“A favorite of locals known for their "Bin Burger". A bit pricier restaurant, but worth it. Lunch is a great option.”
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