The City of Cortez is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous municipality of Montezuma County, Colorado, United States. The city population was 8,482 at the 2010 United States Census.
Things to do in Cortez
4.5 based on 77 reviews
The longest running coffee shop in Montezuma county. Vintage airstream serving coffee, breakfast, lunch items, fruit smoothies and locally made "good eats". Popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Drive thru available.
Great frozen mint mocha made with real espresso shots. Not too sweet. We also got a real fruit smoothie. Inexpensive "moo shakes" for the little ones. I'll stop for an airstream coffee shop any day! We ordered inside and enjoyed looking through the airstream books and playing with the etch-a-sketch while we were waiting for our drinks.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Wanted to grab some coffee and baked goods on a Saturday morning. Stopped in at 7:30a and not too busy yet. They had just taken out 2 quiches. We tried both the sage sausage, broccoli and cheese as well as the asparagus and cheese. Wonderful. The homemade crust is so light and flaky. Our party also tried one of their hand held pies. Kinda like an empanada but not such a thick dough. Spinach and feta was yummy. Ask them to warm them up again for you. Muffins and bagels are also special. They make different bagel sandwiches too. Small place so get there early. Okay prices, $3 for slice of quiche. Only 2 women working hard to hand make everything so be patient!
4.5 based on 286 reviews
What a pleasant surprise this restaurant was! Our group (a couple from Canada and a couple from Australia) tried this establishment on a recent trip to Mesa Verde National Park. We headed out to this spot to have a bit of a break from the numerous barbeque and Mexican establishments we had been frequenting while on the road in this part of the USA. We weren't expecting anything special, but, boy were we wrong! The dishes we ordered were perfectly prepared with all the subtle flavours one would expect from masterful Thai cooking. Well done, Thai Cortez!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Great Espresso and Coffee drinks. Smoothies and lots of non-caffeinated drink choices. We now have a breakfast and lunch menu. Bagel sandwiches, Breakfast club, Breakfast local scrambles, Wraps, Croissant sandwiches and much more. We have many non-dairy and veggie options. Come join us for free wifi and great outdoor patio seating. Parking lot in back of shop.
This cozy coffeehouse and lunch spot is owned and operated by a mother and her daughters. It is a small house with several rooms and a back patio for enjoying your favoeite book, periodical, or device over any one of 25 specialty coffee drinks, some of which I haven ever seen before because they are totally unique. The pastries abound and looked beyond tasty. The atmosphere is definitely "young hippie" and laid back. Being an "old hippie", I can definitely appreciate their place and will make sure to make it my first stop whenever I'm passing through Cortez.
4.5 based on 304 reviews
Farm to table lunch and dinner. Steaks, sandwiches, salads, soups, pasta, pizza. Featuring local and organic ingredients. Farm stand, art gallery, books, locally made products.
Dinner for two. Arrived for later dinner. Restaurant has a variety of different fares. Salads, burgers, and personal pizza on the menu. Some very interesting variations of common items such as yak burger.
The quality food was served by friendly staff in reasonable time.
Most entrees in the $10.00-$20.00 range. Restaurant has bar service.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Moose and More offers artisan made Ice Cream and Chocolates made from the freshest ingredients.
We stopped here on a hot afternoon after lunch, while passing through. The ice cream was fantastic. The Lemon sorbet was great too. I had the muddy moose.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
On a 6100 mile road trip and this restaurant was by far the best place to eat during our 21 day trip. We had a fantastic meal, great talk with the co owner and a great time here. It was clean, comfortable, friendly, accommodating and most of all DELICIOUS!. Would love to return here someday
4.5 based on 634 reviews
We live in Mexico but we’re traveling in the US. We read good things about La Casita de Cortez and we’re NOT disappointed.
The service was super friendly and efficient. The food was delish! And anyone who uses Curaçao in their Margaritas gets my vote. We wished it had been a little warmer so we could have sat outside. Next time!
4.5 based on 253 reviews
We selected Gustavo's for a Saturday night meal after spending the day at Mesa Verde. Eduardo, our waiter, was very friendly and helpful. I couldn't decide between two dishes and he recommended I try the mole and it was a great decision. It was by far the best pollo mole I've ever had. My friend had Gustavo's special and loved it, but couldn't finish it as it was un plato muy grande. We'd most certainly return to this restaurant.
4.5 based on 527 reviews
Come check us out at Destination Grill (the restaurant formerly known as Koko's). We are a comfortable family restaurant that celebrates the local southwestern cuisine while incorporating culinary influence from all over the world. Our newly remodeled dining room is modest and inviting. And our awesome, friendly staff will make you feel right at home. Dinner, drinks, entertainment, it's all here! #Grilliant
Was treated very well here, great service! Server worked around my weird diet needs and did not blink an eye. Food was great, BUT! You guys need to brew your own ice tea! The stuff out of the gun sucks! Go it nice!Well hello, Brian C! Thank you for the great review, minus our "sucky" iced tea! :D
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