Absolute Bakery & Cafe
Street: 110 S Main
Come dine in the historic Bauer Bank building. An eclectic menu includes: fresh baked goodies, full entrees, soups, salads, pasta dishes, sandwiches and their famous breakfast selections. Coffee bar, box lunches, bookstore, and local art.
Street: 123 West Grand Ave.
Phone: (970) 533-7397
Established 1903, one of Colorado’s oldest continuously operating bars. A drinking and eating establishment serving local brew and a variety of snack and menu selections. Pool, darts – live music most weekends.
Fahrenheit Coffee Roasters
Street: 201 W Grand Ave
Fresh roasted beans by the pound. Espresso bar pours fresh.
Street: 108 E Grand Ave
Kennebec Cafe and Bakery
Street: 4 CR 124
Phone: (970) 247-5674
Elegant dining in the La Plata Mountains. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner dining with full bar and extensive wine list. Event Facility and Full Service Catering.
Mancos Brewing Company
Street: 550 W. Railroad Avenue
Website: Mancos Brewing Company
Handcrafted Lagers and Ales. Rotating variety of small batch brews. Kitchen menu features freshmade pretzels, bread and local ingredients. Also featuring regional wines and spirits. Bottled Beer to go. Summer Patio and Music most weekends.
Mancos Pizza Co The
Street: 280 E Frontage Rd
Delicious pizza, subs, calzones and a fresh salad bar.
Mesa Verde Metate Room Restaurant
Street: 6262 Far View
City: Mesa Verde National Park
Phone: 800-449-2288 or 970-529-4422
Mesa Verde Metate Room Restaurant received “Award of Culinary Excellence” from the American Culinary Federation Colorado Chefs Association in the area of sustainable cuisine. Colorful Native American artwork surrounds you as you enjoy our award winning, contemporary menu inspired by regional heritage foods and flavorings.
Street: 101 W Railroad Av
Locally owned restaurant. Great food, daily specials including a seafood buffet on Friday evenings, outside dining available, full bar, and call for info on concerts.
Street: 114 W Grand Ave
Website: Olio Mancos
Chef Owner Jason Blakenship prepares his nightly menu using local Montezuma County fresh ingredients. The restaurant has an extensive wine menu that can be purchased by the glass or bottle in an intimate atmosphere with local art on display.
Open Tuesday – Saturday 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Reservations Required.