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Can’t believe we stopped at this little gem! But the sign saying coffee drew us in. My sister and I both ordered a latte, who knew that it would be the highlight of the drive! Can’t say enough about how great they were, we’re just...More
Our fav route to Santa Fe from Denver is via 285....mainly so we can stop at Villa Grove Trade for breakfast or lunch. Funky and all homemade (don't miss the cherry pie) it's our go to. Also, you're nearly halfway there!
We had left Denver driving down U.S. Highway 285 on the way to Albuquerque. Many travelers take the Interstate 25, but instead driving through the scenic Colorado mountains is beautiful. We were looking for a place to stop to use the restroom, few and far...More
If you ever drive through Villa Grove, Colorado, you have to stop here and browse the general store and eat at the cafe which is joined to the rear of the store. Great home made meals and the pies are awesome. Villa Grove may be...More
Don't blink or you will miss it. Locally run (I suspect by family) by just good old fashioned delightful friendly folks. We had just picnicked and passed by. Turned around and we're disappointed we had already eaten (although we did manage an order of fries...More
We were looking for a place to stop and have a coffee. After a pie and ice cream and a few coffees and latte's we were back on the road. Refreshed with food for the gang. This place was dropped from heaven just in the...More
This place serves really good sandwiches with coffee and tea. There is also a lot of antique stuff and art to look at inside. Friendly service. This is a great place to stop over for a small bite while driving on Highway 285
No kids menu offered, bummer! Hamburger buns were HUGE, compared to the size of the actual burger inside. For $5.95 I would expect the fries to be included, $10 for a burger & fries was too expensive for us. We spent over $50. for lunch...More
Needed some caffeine on the long drive to the Sand Dunes and found this delightful place! The staff was lovely and the pie amazing! There was a freshly baked blueberry pie cooling on the counter (too hot to eat though, sadly) so my friend and...More