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Unfortunately we had a long drive ahead of us, so we didn't sample the beer, did have some of the house made soda, and that was tart and refreshing. The food was decent, seemed to be fresh/homemade...service was iffy, but she was really busy, so...More
While visiting Crestone on our family vacation, my husband, teen son & I were famished after hiking (only part of) the Willow Creek Trail above Crestone.
We started with the housemade chips & guacamole. My husband & I both ordered a beer (delicious IPA-style) and...More
The beer is good, the waitresses are sweet and helpful. The food is good enough.
The bartender, though, is a big sweaty bearded man. We watched him drink directly out of a wine bottle behind the bar. . . . a little weird? Then he...More
We went to the Crestone Brewery because Trip Advisor rated this restaurant so highly. Boy were we disappointed. They forgot to include chicken in the chicken salad and the basil vinaigrette was mostly oil. Seems like something was wrong with every order and the food...More
Ditto what MuchaKoda said, Crestone rolls up the streets at night. An interesting tidbit, Desert Sage and the brewery coordinate days closed, one is closed Monday night and the other is closed Tuesday. Oh, the new Mandala... More
Ditto what MuchaKoda said, Crestone rolls up the streets at night. An interesting tidbit, Desert Sage and the brewery coordinate days closed, one is closed Monday night and the other is closed Tuesday. Oh, the new Mandala pizza closes early too. I haven’t had much luck when I arrive via Del Norte either. Love Crestone
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