Castle Rock is an affluent home rule municipality that is the county seat of Douglas County, Colorado, United States. The most populous municipality of the county, the community's population was 48,231 at the 2010 United States Census, with an estimated population of 55,747 as of 2014. It is named for the prominent, castle tower-shaped butte near the center of town. Located midway between Denver and Colorado Springs, Castle Rock is part of the Denver Metropolitan Area and the Front Range Urban Corridor.
Things to do in Castle Rock
4.5 based on 347 reviews
Crave is the hippest, most happenin' burger joint in all of Colorado. Ever had bacon on a burger? Sure you have. But how about in a malt? Now we're talkin'! Crazy-creative burgers, hand-crafted shakes, ice cream for the kids, and more! Our Head Chef Jeff Richard is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Crave is a Chef Driven Restaurant. Each location is run by a professionally trained chef to maintain a unique level of quality that you can't anywhere else.
Interesting little place. Does a good job with families and groups of six or eight. Has a patio that would be fun in the summer. Burgers, burgers, and more burgers, along with some other options. Food well-prepared, served hot. Service was great -- timely, courteous, knowledgeable. We'll go again!
4.5 based on 319 reviews
Modern doesn't need to mean uptight. At Union, you'll find the freshest culinary ideas in a comfortable setting. Our menu is a creative collection of American inspired classics with Global influence. Inspired dishes using the freshest ingredients from around the block and around the world. Join us for the best happy hour in Castle Rock. Tuesday through Saturday from 2 - 6 PM in the bar and on the upper patio. Reservations not accepted for Happy Hour. "Community" is more than just a word to us. Nothing's better than sharing a great meal with family and friends. Come and enjoy the neighborhood comfort of our dining room, our spacious bar, the outdoor patio or our famous community table. We look forward to seeing you soon. Join Us!
Just happened to pop in on a Friday night with the kiddos after box lacrosse. The owner went out of his way to find us a big enough table and got us sat ASAP. Had the fish tacos...very yummy and they had a good selection of micro brews
4 based on 255 reviews
My wife and I recently moved to the area and quickly discovered Castle Cafe, it's become our go-to restaurant when family is in town.
The menu is varied enough that everyone can find something they like, with the Fried Chicken, Trout and Ribs being highlights.
The interior has a retro Colorado vibe that out of town guests will appreciate.
The menu has a wide selection of
4.5 based on 192 reviews
The Augustine Grill is set in an old 1902 Victorian home with a larger addition that continues the feel. Comfortable, elegant and cozy, the European setting lends itself to romantic dinners, intimate weddings & events. A fireplace, classical guitarist(weekends), fresh, local & classic cuisine with some eclectic twists and superb wine list make for a special evening with guests, friends & family. The outdoor patio flush with flowers, shade trees and water features allows one to enjoy our great Colorado weather in warmer months. Weekend evenings with Sal Mancini and his beautiful guitar & vocals amongst lit up trees and lanterns dotting the gardens make for some memorable dining experiences. Our historical marker located on our front porch can fill in the details of the Augustine Grill's historical past in Castle Rock.Come in, take a look around and book your reservation for your special event, dinner or lunch!
We were a small group and had the front room all to ourselves, which was very nice. Our server was attentive, helpful, and friendly. We enjoyed a variety of appetizers (brie, mussels, calamari, and more) and wonderful entrees and wine. We heard they are closing up by the end of the year, so we are really glad we had a last chance to enjoy. A wonderful dining experience!
4 based on 150 reviews
This is my brother's favorite local Mexican place. He loved the beef tostada and chicken enchilada. My shrimp burrito was just so-so. The service was good, though it took a while for our food to arrive. I bet there are other good Mexican restaurants around, but I'll give this one another try.
4 based on 299 reviews
What a great restaurant in a cute little part of town!
The atmosphere is cozy and inviting but modern. The wine list is compact but well selected. Our server was friendly, efficient and unobtrusive. And everyone’s meal was delicious and well-presented.
I can’t wait to return!
4.5 based on 98 reviews
Very cute, welcoming indoor and outdoor space. Just after we arrived the sun set and they turned on the outdoor light strings. Great touch to create soft lighting outside. So it may not be the authentic German food we were thinking but most of the food was awesome. Pulled pork pretzel sandwich and the chili were the #1 picks at the table. Both were delicious and excellently priced. Pretzel bites were good but be prepared because it comes with a cold beer cheese dip. Guacamole was excellent. The chicken dip was not a favorite at the table. Apricot beer was great, sour was also good. Others enjoyed hard ciders. When we return to castle rock in the future this will be on our short list of places to revisit!
4 based on 535 reviews
Okay. I had a procedure done on my throat necessitating liquids and soft foods for about a week. So, I tried something new on this particular visit to th Rock Yard - French Onion soup and a pint of Lynx beer. Simply delicious and soothing to an otherwise uncomfortable throat. I enjoyed it so much, I’ll order it again sometime!
4 based on 150 reviews
My wife and I love to stop at Yolanda's anytime we want something quick and or don't want to cook at home. They have a lot of variety and their queso is awesome! Prices are reasonable and you can have a drink to accompany your burrito if you'd like.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
There are lots of choices for toppings but the open assembly area can get very messy. My daughter ordered a specialty pizza without the artichokes and the guy put them on and then remembered to take them off but the juice was already on the pizza - gross. The pizza crust itself has no flavor and it is very thin and bland. So, you need to order lots of toppings to cover up the flavor of the pizza crust.
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