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Top 10 Restaurants In Greeley, Colorado
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Top 10 Restaurants In Greeley, Colorado

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Close to the Colorado capital Denver, Greeley is a thriving city filled with families, workers and students attending the University of Northern Colorado. The town is also filled with a large variety of independent, locally owned restaurants and cafés. We profile the 10 best dining spots in Greeley.
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Bulldog Deli

Bulldog Deli allows customers to build their own sandwiches from a range of meats, cheeses, vegetables, sauces and extra toppings, either with traditional white or whole wheat bread, or in a more unusual pretzel roll or flat bread, resulting in hundreds of possible sandwich combinations. There are also a number of classic sandwich options for the very indecisive, as well as build-your-own-salads which simply skip the bread.

Bulldog Deli, 1815 65th Avenue, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-515-6398

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Café Panache

Café Panache has all the feel of a quirky Parisian café, with navy painted walls, framed artworks and black and white tiled floors giving the place an unusual, artistic atmosphere. Unusual items fill the space: from old-fashioned mannequin heads donning berets to a yellow antique piano in a corner, all adding to the café’s unique charm. The café specializes in gourmet crêpes and offers a range of sweet and savory options.

Café Panache, 821 10th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-978-4296

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Cattlemen’s Steakhouse

Located in a former pub, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse makes an excellent first impression. The building has retained its original, striking half-timbered structure, with a low hanging slate roof and a small covered wagon, wagon wheels and bright plants decorating the entrance, creating a charming, welcoming atmosphere. Inside, this traditional, rugged Western aesthetic continues, with plenty of dark wood, booth seats and a roaring fire.

Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, 2600 West 11th Street Road, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-351-7600

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El Charro

Established in 1970, El Charro has been serving customers for over 45 years, and in that time, has become one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in Greeley. All of their food is freshly prepared on location, using traditional techniques to maximize flavor and quality; their Guacamole Fresco is even prepared table side, so that guests can view the entire process.

El Charro, 2109 9th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-352-8171

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Fat Albert’s Restaurant

Fat Albert’s Restaurant is a Greeley institution. Serving customers since 1982, the restaurant is a local favorite, and is regularly voted by locals as one of the best places to eat in the city. The restaurant serves a variety of sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as more filling fare such as a baked salmon fillet or a bacon cheddar burger.

Fat Albert’s Restaurant, 1717 23rd Avenue, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-356-1999

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Greeley Chophouse

With its elegant ambience and delicious menu, the Greeley Chophouse seeks to bring the art of fine-dining back to Northern Colorado. The restaurant has a classy 1930s theme, with classic black and white photos hung up on its exposed brick walls, a row of cosy, private booths lining one wall, and a 1930s Art Deco bar imported from a speakeasy in Philadelphia, all adding to the old-fashioned atmosphere.

Greeley Chophouse, 804 8th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-673-8853

The Kitchen | © Courtesy of The Kitchen
The Kitchen | © Courtesy of The Kitchen
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The Kitchen

Located near the university campus, The Kitchen has become a staple hangout for Greeley college students thanks to its appetizing home cooked food, reasonable prices and cosy, laid back atmosphere. The café specialises largely in breakfasts and brunches, and has options for every palate, from sweet fluffy pancakes drenched in syrup, to bacon served with fresh biscuits and gravy.

The Kitchen, 905 16th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-351-7396

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Roma

With three locations around the city, Roma has become a feature of the Greeley dining scene. The restaurants put great emphasis on bringing together the local community in a fun, relaxed environment with delicious food. All three of the locations are bright and colourful, with vibrant posters covering the walls and the days specials written on chalkboards in brightly coloured chalk.

Roma, 728 16th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-352-9511

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Rumi’s House of Kabob

Rumi’s House of Kabob is one of Greeley’s unexpected little gems, an authentic Middle-Eastern restaurant serving mouthwatering Persian dishes in a converted home. The charming, picturesque house, with a quaint front porch, pastel colored timbers and a white picket fence, is the ideal setting for the home cooked, comforting meals served inside. The interior is cosy and bright, with unique Middle-Eastern art and hand woven rugs decorating the space and adding to the authentic Persian home experience.

Rumi’s House of Kabob, 1116 9th Street, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-353-7864

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The Wing Shack

The Wing Shack specializes in Buffalo-style hot wings in varying flavors and levels of spiciness. The restaurant has 12 home made sauce options: from Barely Hot to Garlic Hot to Bear Hot, there is a flavour to suit every palate and every level of daring. There is also a sauce of the month exclusively created by The Wing Shack chefs, featuring quirky, unexpected new flavor combinations, such as their Strawberry Habanero.

The Wing Shack, 1815 65th Avenue #1, Greeley, CO, USA, +1 970-356-4651

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Wing Shack Logo | © Courtesy of Wing Shack