Pagosa Springs Restaurant Reviews

Your “unofficial” guide to some of the best restaurants in Pagosa Springs, CO.

We list only the best restaurants, the ones that are “a cut above”. There are some other good restaurants in Pagosa that we haven’t gotten to yet … but if I had visitors from out of town, these are places that I would take them.

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The Alley House GrilleThe Alley House Grille. Upscale. The best (and most expensive) restaurant in Pagosa. $$$

 

 


Kip’s Grill & Cantina
Casual and always busy. Burgers and soft tacos, chips & salsa. Nice little bar. Great deck in warm weather. $

 


Boss Hogg’s
Moderately-priced steaks, BBQ, seafood, burgers, & much more. Good bar & atmosphere. Family friendly. $$


Bear Creek Saloon
Casual mountain bar & grill with dozens of gourmet burgers and sandwiches. Two pool tables, big screen TV. Rustic. $


Pagosa Baking Co.
Fresh baked goods, sandwiches, breakfasts, coffee. $
 

 

 


Tequila’s Mexican Restaurant
Classic TexMex overlooking the San Juan River downtown. $ 

 

 


The Junction Restaurant
A mountain diner with a great breakfast, served till 12:30. $  

 

 


Shanghai Chinese Restaurant
Inexpensive Chinese, plus take-out. $
 

 

 


Thai ChilieThai Chilie
Inexpensive Thai. $

 

 

 


Pagosa Brewing Company Pagosa’s award-winning micro-brewery also has good food! $
 

 

 


Chavolo’s Taqueria
Full-service Mexican restaurant is “a taste of Mexico”. $
 

 

 


Nello’s Bistro & Espresso Bar
Eclectic menu, great lunch, live music many nights. $$

 

 




DSP Pizzeria
Voted “Best Pizza in Pagosa”. $

 

 




Farrago Market Café
Global food, small town prices. $

 

 

 


A Chivalrous Shark
Casual, affordable Seafood. $$

 


 



Ramon’s Mexican
Upscale Mexican. $$

 

 

 

 



Riff Raff Brewing Co.
Brewpub & Eatery. $$

 

 

 



Coyote Moon Bar & Grill
Part bar; part grill; good food. $$

 

 

 


The Buck Stops Here – A game processor turned gourmet Deli. $$

 

 

 

 


Okay, the historic Pagosa Bar is not a restaurant. It’s a saloon. But it’s “old time Pagosa”.