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To place a reservation, please contact us at +1 (970) 325-7236.
Please note, we take reservations over the phone, we do not take reservations via E-mail. Feel free to leave us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm. To ensure excellent service to all of our guests dining with us, on any particular night, we have a few limitations when it comes to larger party bookings (over 8 guests).

We are open 7 days a week from 5:00 PM- 9:00 PM for dine-in and take-out.

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+1 970 325 7236

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P.O. Box 806,  81427


737 Mainstreet, Ouray
Driving directions to Ouray, Colorado

Ouray is located in southwest Colorado, close to Four Corners and in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. Ouray is approximately 300 miles southwest of Denver on US Hwy 550, 70 miles north of Durango and 98 miles south of Grand Junction. The section of Hwy 550 between Silverton and Ouray is called “The Million Dollar Highway”.

The closest airports to Ouray are Montrose Airport (MTJ) is 45 miles away. Grand Junction and Durango Airports have regional airports that are 2-hour driving distances from Ouray.

Denver, Albuquerque, Salt Lake City and Colorado Springs all have airports that are within 6 hours driving distances from Ouray.

Finding us from the North -Montrose, CO/ Telluride

Going through Ridgway, drive 10 miles south, pass the Public Hot Springs on your right, continue south, we are past the corner of 8th Avenue and find us on your left.

Finding us from the South -Durango

Through Durango and/or Silverton, drive north, come down the hill, continue on Main Street and you will find us on your left just before 8th street.

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