Looking for best dinner options in Ouray. $$-$$ type. Nothing fancy dress up!! Lol. Go.
There are no fancy or dress up restaraunts in Ouray. The Bon Ton and the Outlaw are places I tend to go for dinner when in Ouray but there are other places and I’m sure others will chime in. These restaraunts have been in business for many years. Restaraunts seem to come and go in Ouray it seems. Check TA reviews as well. The Outlaw has decent prime rib and can be a bit raucous, it’s the mountains after all. The Bob Ton is more sedate and intimate IMO.
I have noticed a trend here - we can track your plans by the requests for "Best Dinner option ... Mid Sept" but we don't ever seem to see a request for any help with anything else. Can we help with activities or not to be missed sights? We would love to do that.
Lol. Yup planning the route! Lots of sight-seeing/shopping is all. Goes like this....Day 1 - Vail..shop, gondola. Drive to Grand Junction..may do evening loop of National Monument....lodging at Two Rivers Winery..dinner at Rockslide
Day 2 - early trip into National, drive to Telluride-shop, gondola..lunch at Butcher/Baker, drive to Ouray Twin Peaks Lodge...dinner at ??
Day 3 drive to Durango. Staying couple days at friends house. Hiking/shopping/relaxing...all planned out. Day 3-6
Day 7 drive back to Denver, Hyatt House and dinner at Maggianos. Fly out next day.
The restaurants are the hard to choose places..hence all the posts from me!
Ok, that makes sense. Hope you have a great trip. The place you are staying in GJ is awesome with great views of the Monument.Edited: 23 July 2018, 12:33
We haven't been to the Brickhouse yet but visiting family went twice and highly recommended it. They said it was excellent and reviews have been great. It is currently in Trip Advisor's #1 spot. My DH's tastes run more toward the yummy burgers, homemade onion rings and fresh cut fries (and the reasonable prices) at the quirky Maggie's, a great dive in the spirit of Diners, Drive Ins and Dives. We follow it with ice cream at Mouse's.