Coyote Moon has its own niche: part Country, part Mountain; part Bar, part Grill. Good wraps & sandwiches.
Author: Pagosa Springs Restaurant Reviews
Easily the prettiest of several Mexican restaurants in Pagosa Springs, and the food doesn’t disappoint, either.
Offering a hundred-item menu with generous plates or to-go boxes of Asian cooking.
Cool & funky ski-bum atmosphere, burgers & soft tacos, popular bar.
Arguably the best restaurant in Pagosa Springs. Outstanding wine list. It doesn’t get any better.
A mountain brew-pub in an historic house, serving sandwiches and craft brews.
Country French in Pagosa Springs. Casual setting, upscale menu, smooth service.
The mysteriously-named DSP Pizzeria is not easy to find, but when a place is voted “Best Pizza in Pagosa”, it’s worth the search.
A hidden jewel of a coffee shop on the river side of the Jim Smith Realty building downtown. Also serves breakfast & lunch.
Convenient downtown location to grab breakfast or lunch, Main Street at Hot Springs Blvd, at the light.
The clientele is preponderantly local. The food is good. The prices are right.
Tex-Mex style Mexican with stunning river views from the patio. Open till 10 p.m.
The breads, cookies, pies, and pastries are wonderful. Add a latte or a cappuccino and while away some time in this charming old house.
Very casual, order at the counter. Inexpensive but gourmet with a global flair.
If you’re hungry for something Italian beyond pizza, Marconi’s is the place.
A popular brew pub with pool tables, TVs, a fully-stocked bar, and excellent pizza.
Burgers (including elk and buffalo) and deli-type sandwiches. Full bar. Quality meats & seafood to go.
Inexpensive steaks, seafood, prime rib; plus burgers, BBQ, salad bar, and more. Lively bar.
A casual cafe reminiscent of the neighborhood restaurants that you find in Mexico.
You might never expect to find good Cajun food here in the mountains … but then the Lost Cajun restaurant opened.