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Latest reviews from Gunnison

70 /100
The Dive Gunnison (Restaurant)
213 W TOMICHI AVE
“I enjoyed my visit, even though I'm not super into the van-inside-a-building food cart concept. For me it was a win because I could try beer from two new-to-me Colorado breweries. And the poutine was respectable and that is saying a ton for the western US.“
3fourths 1312 days ago
48 /100 111 N MAIN STREET
“Pretty good brews done in house, but nothing blow away. Waitstaff is friendly and attentive. Ordering food is another story. Waiting for a lunch order for over an hour is unacceptable. We payed for the two beers (which we shouldn't have had to, then walked a few doors down to Ol' Miner and got served in less than 10 minutes). Pizza is good here though.“
glennmastrange 1419 days ago
84 /100 111 N MAIN STREET
“High Alpine stands out in Gunnison in a good way. They’ve nailed the rustic-chic atmosphere that we see in many cities with proper beer scenes, not so much in this little mountain town. The old, brick building with wood furnishings happens to make a lot of sense here though. They are a brewpub focusing mainly on pizza for the food. I didn’t get to eat on my visit, but I will make it a point to do so next time. Their oven looks legit. They had around 8 beers of their own on with a good variety of styles. Quality guest taps were also available. I just had the barrel aged imperial stout which was very good. It’s not exactly fair to judge a brewery solely on that one style, so I’m curious to explore their catalog. Beer prices are great, service was super friendly, and it’s very comfortable in here.“
NachlamSie 1950 days ago
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