Local Favorite Restaurants
La Renaissance, located in a former church built in 1886, is open for dinner Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. The full-service restaurant offers five-course meals, red and white wine, and special events.
Serving a variety of homemade Mexican food, The Pantry Restaurant is known for its green chile and large breakfast burritos.
Located in the heart of Pueblo, theÂ Shamrock Brewing Co.Â features an antique mahogany bar and a variety of beers brewed in-house. In addition, a full menu is offered, consisting of pub eats and American cuisine.
Restaurant Fifteen TwentyoneÂ is a neighborhood bistro, serving gourmet French food and offering an everchanging menu.
Cafe’ Bouche’, located in Pueblo West, serves traditional, authentic Louisiana-inspired cuisine, with items such as gumbo and oysters on the menu.
A 1950s themed eatery,Â Tubby’s DinerÂ offers breakfast all day, in addition to lunch and dinner. Diners can enjoy burgers, specialty sandwiches, homemade soups and other comfort foods.
Gray’s Coors Tavern, offering American and Mexican food, is famous in the Pueblo community for its sloppers â open-face cheeseburgers with green chili. The restaurant also offers a variety of sandwiches and appetizers.
Serving lunch and dinner,Â Manhattan’s Pizza Parlor & MoreÂ offers New York-style pizza and eats such as steak, pasta and chicken Parmesan.
Angelo’s Pizza Parlor, located on the Riverwalk, is a full-service pizza parlor that began as a family-owned business in 1964 in Brooklyn, New York. The restaurant offers New York-style pizza, sandwiches and pasta.
To obtain fresh, local produce, Pueblo residents can visit theÂ Farmer’s Market on the Riverwalk each Thursday or shop at the Pueblo Farmers Market in Midtown Shopping Center, which features arts and crafts available for purchase, as well as a variety of food and beverage vendors.
Article by Jessica Walker forÂ livability.com