Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2002 Main Avenue
Durango, CO 81301
Phone: (970) 247-4242
Fax: (970) 385-4713
Established in 2012, Rice Monkeys is the brainchild of Ezric Villafuerte, Jimmy Nguyen and Dung Tran. This Asian fusion restaurant specializes in sushi and rice bowl. Though the eatery is small, their flavors are high. Their wide menu has various options in specialty rolls, hot soup bowls, rice bowls, vermicelli bowls, sushi and sashimi.
The award-winning Oscar's is a city favorite for delicious breakfasts to kick start the day. Menu choices are eclectic, from sausages and eggs to steaks, sandwiches and even vegetarian options. Their lunch menu packs a punch too.
Himalayan Kitchen specializes in authentic cooking from the mountainous regions of Nepal, Tibet and northern India. Menu specialties include Kathmandu Sekuwa, Arun Valley Fish Steak and Sherpa Stew.
A hugely popular establishment, Cosmo Bar & Dining has a vast assortment of seasonal delicacies to offer patrons. A place you can head to with the whole family, this restaurant and bar features a rooftop patio from where you can observe all the surrounding sights and sounds as you gorge on the delicious American fare. Crab stuffed chicken breast, grilled hanger steak and slow smoked beef short ribs are a few of the many scrumptious menu items. There is a long wine list featuring varieties from the world over, and from it you will definitely be able to find the perfect partner for your meal. There are also many beers on tap, perhaps best enjoyed during Happy Hour, in operation between 4.30p and 5.30p.
This charming bistro in the heart of the city is the place to enjoy authentic Southwestern favorites in an elegant setting. Chimayo advocates a made-from-scratch ethic and offers such delights as the signature San Danielle Pizza, Stuffed Poblano Chile and Butternut Squash Risotto Cakes.
As is made rather obvious by the name, the menus at this restaurant change with the seasons, and the endeavor is always to offer patrons food that is absolutely fresh and supremely delicious. Seasons of Durango, located in the Historic Downtown district of the city affords a dining experience that patrons find hard to forget. The restaurant specializes in grilled delicacies, and you get to gorge on oak-grilled Black Angus rib-eye steaks, wood-grilled lamb burgers and many more delicacies. Turkey pot pie, hoisin BBQ pork ribs and house-cured pastrami sandwich are some other tasty preparations featured on the menu. There is an extensive wine list, and you can seek assistance choosing the one that goes best with your meal. Dinner is served daily 5.30p onwards.
Set in a restored Victorian building, Cyprus Cafe is one of the best Mediterranean restaurants in town. The brainchild of Alison Dance, they only use fresh local ingredients from nearby farms and meat producers to enhance the flavor of their food. Relish your delicious meal with a glass of wine or two.
Head to Fired Up for a taste of authentic Neapolitan Pizzas in the city. Handcrafted dough, high quality ingredients and a wood-fired oven ensures a traditional pizza experience.
The curious name of this wildly popular burger joint indicates that it uses grass-fed beef that's antibiotic and hormone free. Some of the delectable menu selections include their classic Grass-Fed Beef Burger as well as Black Bean Burger. There's vegetarian and gluten-free options as well.
Zia Taqueria is a nice spot to relish Mexican cuisine. Their menu features local ingredients which are sourced from farms and meat producers. They also take pride in their cleanliness. Their food is tasty and are reasonably priced.
Located within the Strater Hotel in Downtown Durango, the Mahogany Grille endeavors to give patrons an authentic taste of the American Southwest. Fresh, local produce is used to create some scrumptious menu items including burgers, steaks and seafood preparations. Pepper steak Herbert and maple-glazed salmon filet are just two of the many delicacies on the menu. Vegetarian and vegan entrées can be prepared on request. The 'Dinner and a Show' Package is perfect for those wishing to watch a show at the Henry Strater Theatre next door; you can enjoy a wonderful three-course meal if you arrive before 6p on the night of a show.
Named after the couple who owns it, Ken & Sue's is a Downtown restaurant serving American fare. There are always delectable daily specials to savor, and the restaurant also has some gluten-free offerings. Your meal at this eatery starts with appetizing starters like hoisin-glazed lollipop wings, ginger chicken potstickers and crispy calamari, and the rest of the menu doesn't disappoint. Aunt Lydia's meatloaf, cedar-planked salmon and pistachio nut crusted grouper are a few of the house specialties, and must be tried. Wines by the glass are also available.