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About The Winery Restaurant
The Winery Restaurant has been an icon among western Colorado restaurants for over 35 years. The restaurant makes its home in a 95 year old building that used to house a horse drawn fire station. A gas lamp lit, grapevine canopied alley frames this romantic location perfectly. The beautifully remodeled building contains flowered stain glass windows, barn wood and bricks.
Steve Thoms acquired the restaurant in late June of 2004 after taking a couple of years off from his previous restaurant. His mission at he Winery is simple: Show the restaurant and its patrons the attention that they deserve. Use only top quality ingredients, and establish The Winery as the premiere restaurant in the Grand Junction area.
The Winery provides a variety of steaks, chicken, pork and fresh seafood specials nightly in an atmosphere that can not be rivaled anywhere!
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - Close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Located in the Historic Downtown Shopping District; enjoy one of the nation's premiere art on the corner programs, street fairs and entertainers on Main Street!
Street parking is available on Main Street or the is a very large parking lot behind our restaurant on Rood Ave. (one block to the north) Park there and look for the building that is covered in grapevines.
In front of the building on Main Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Winery Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We enjoyed dinner at The Winery Restaurant as we celebrated our wedding anniversary. We have been there before, and it was once again a delightful experience. The food was excellent, the service friendly and professional, and we appreciated the personal attention of the owner. All around, a wonderful dining experience. We wil certainly return!
The service, food, atmosphere was outstanding -the best of everything!
Loved that it's a quieter place and that you can have a conversation - our meal was wonderful and we had a very attentive server, and the manager welcomed us - it was a very enjoyable evening. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
I wanted this place to be good, and it was decent, but my experience wasn't stellar.
The food was cooked pretty well but the steak was very underseasoned.
The server, while trying his best, just couldn't get it together.
There are other spots in Junction I would choose over this.
Enjoyed another meal at The Winery. The Italian margarita is really good. The menu is varied with good choices and tempting appetizers and salads. Our table was private and quiet enough to enjoy our conversation. This restaurant is one of the best on the Western Slope.
This place delivers 100% again and again! I must admit, there is one problem though, the steaks here have ruined it for me everywhere else. I keep trying to find a unique taste on my travels, like I find here, and I am always let down. The food, staff, ownership, are all absolutely the best out there!
We've been enjoying the Winery for decades and tonight was no different! Our steaks were so tender we really didn't need knives. The wine was amazing. Our server (Johnny) was delightful and so professional! Another win-win @ the Winery for us! Thank you all...
We celebrated our anniversary at The Winery. Perfect location, in the heart of downtown! We were warmly greeted and treated as if we were special guests. The food was the best Grand Junction has to offer. We enjoyed the Palisade dessert -- it is one not to be missed!
The atmosphere/ambiance here is lovely - quite possibly the best in Grand Junction. The server was a bit loud, and more obtrusive than I would have preferred.
My husband's scallop appetizer, and my lobster bisque were wonderful! The entrees were disappointing: my husband's pork was dry, and had no flavor. In my mixed grill, the tournedos - although cooked rare, as I requested - were drowned in sauce; the scallops had some sort of underdone breaded coating, not crispy, as I would have expected.
I would recommend the restaurant for the atmosphere, wine selection, appetizers and salads. We passed on dessert, so I can't say. . .
Also, don't wear an expensive coat - the coat closet is very small & furs and cashmeres get squeezed in by the nylon Michelin Man parkas.
The fiance and I decided to have a Friday evening here, been to The Winery before. The food is always great, the atmosphere is the concern. An intoxicated women was in the dinning area we were in, felt like the restaurant didn't handle that the best. The restaurant didn't make you feel in place to much either.
Quit simply, the finest restaurant in Western Colorado, consistently for the last 40 years. Especially known by locals and business leaders for world-class steaks and fresh seafood, also features some great pork and chicken dishes, too. Appetizers are famous here, especially the sauteed mushrooms; also try the bacon wrapped scallops. First-class wine list, superb bar, great desserts, outdoor dining, cozy interior - everything needed for a perfect and memorable evening.
A lovely and historic spot in downtown Grand Junction ! We enjoyed our 27th anniversary dinner together here and we were very pleased with the exceptional service from all the staff, especially Aaron ! He was prompt and present when needed but not too much so, which is always appreciated. We were glad that it was a quiet night there and we were able to have a nice conversation without any loud groups distracting us, so we enjoyed our time there very much and definitely plan to go back again, especially when entertaining out-of-town guests ! The wine list is extensive with good choices for every palate, and we appreciated that our good local Colorado wines were well represented !
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