Will you be doing any Thanksgiving food preparations tomorrow? Maybe you’ll be celebrating at a friend’s place or with your family. If you’d rather not deal with the food preparation this week or are looking for new dining places to try in Ouray, we have a few suggestions.
We’ll begin with The Outlaw Restaurant located at 610 Main Street in the downtown area. The ambiance is rustic and there’s even a piano player performing a quite eclectic selection of tunes as guests dine on delicious steaks.
Also located on Main Street is Maggie’s Kitchen known for its breakfast and brunch menu. When you need a good old fashioned yet delicious burger in an ambiance that’s delectably no frills, this place should definitely be on your radar.
Backstreet Bistro also has a breakfast and brunch menu and serves some delicious bread, salads, coffee, large portions, brownies for dessert, and much more. You’ll find it at 219 7th Avenue.
Roast & Toast opened last year and has quickly become one of the many popular eateries in Ouray. Serving breakfast, lunch, cakes, pastries, and coffee drinks, you’ll also find plenty of gluten free options. The restaurant will gladly prepare a snack, salad, or sandwich for you so you have something to eat before heading off or while you’re on a Jeep tour or hike.
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