Wray (/ˈreɪ/) is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat of Yuma County, Colorado, United States. Located in the Colorado Plains, the city is 170 miles east of Denver, 9 miles west of the Nebraska state line, and 25 miles northwest of the Kansas state line. The population was 2,342 at the U.S. Census 2010.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
4th & Main is located in the old Oddfellows hall at the corner of 4th & Main on the quaint Main Street of Wray, CO. Located upstairs, the menu features fresh, hand cut upper choice beef, fresh pastas with fresh, homemade sauces, fresh burgers, homemade pizza, fish tacos, and pub favorites. Come see us "Upstairs, Downtown" and enjoy this old building for awhile while your in Wray. Locally owned and operated by E.J. & Briar Carpenter, 4th & Main has been open since 2006.
Found this place by accident and glad I did.
The bar area has a great comforting feel to it, Somewhat of the Mountain resort bars on the slope
The staff are all nice and attentive, the food was EXCELLENT. The steak was out of this world. Plenty of good beers on tap and my water glass was never empty.
I feel the prices were very reasonable.
If you are on the road, plan to eat here.
4 based on 7 reviews
Small coffee & sandwich shop on the corner of Main St and 4th St. Friendly service and good sandwiches. We had the special - homemade brats, they were superb! We also ordered mochas which seemed very weak on the chocolate. The owner insisted they were mixed properly but did add more chocolate, they then tasted wonderful!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We dropped by for lunch mid-afternoon today. We really enjoyed a nice salad bar--hadn't had Frog-eye salad in ages--delicious. Great homemade potato salad. Enjoyed the special, but the real reason for this review was dessert! My husband and I split a homemade creampuff---the homemade cream filling was DIVINE! We would return just for another.....but, this time we would both have our own! (And maybe start the occasion with dessert first!) Bravo!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This bakery is on the corner of the main part of town. Originally a 1908 bank building that has been coverted into a bakery, espresso, gift shop. We sat in the main room and ordered an apple cinnomon bun, apple muffin, coffee and lemonade. The baked goods were very good and fresh and drinks good. High tin ceiling, decorative tin molding and old vault from the bank are still there. The counter was neat as there wer coffee beans under glass. Large high windows like old banks. Several locals came in while we were there. Enjoyed the visit and would go again.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Probably most tourists, like us, were there to watch the Greater Prairie Grouse display on a Lek (site where males dance to attract females). After this crack of dawn event (reservations required) our group repaired to the Riverside Café for a much needed breakfast. Of course, all the locals were happy to see yet another group of birders and were very friendly. Food was topnotch. Service fast and efficient. If I were in Wray again, I would definitely eat breakfast and lunch here.
4 based on 14 reviews
stuck in wray overnight because car broke down and ate here because could walk here from hotel.
prices are bit high - but the food was very tasty.
pizza was excellent.
salad bar was nice but overpriced - $5.99 even as add on?
service was friendly- the owner/manager? and cashier all took time to check on us. nice small town friendliness- kind of nice when you are an obvious tourist in a place that caters to locals
5 based on 5 reviews
This friendly place offers quite a variety of menu options. All sandwiches seemed excellent. I had a Turkey bacon avocado called the Cam Sam that was terrific! Sandwiches also come with a bag of chips. Their home baked cookies are really amazing and not to be missed! Was well worth the stop.
3 based on 13 reviews
Excellent food. Not many restaurants in Wray, and not many were open late afternoon. Service was exceptional, food delicious. Older building, clean, and set-up the best it could be for a very modest building and furnishings. Not a dive, but a great place out of the way. If you like good tex mex, this is worth your stopping. Things haven't changed in years because it works. A bit pricey, but the location I'm sure has high freight/gas to get the goods there.
3 based on 1 reviews
We stopped in on our way through. The restraurant is attached to a motel. That should have told us something, but there were a lot of cars in the parking lot so thought it may be okay. The hamburger was very good. We asked for the side salad instead of fries. The lettuce was old with many pieces (more than 1/2 ) covered with rusty color. Not a good salad at all. The Thousand Island dressing was watered down. The waitress didn't return to refill drinks until we were just about ready to leave and then since I had about 1/3 of a glass left she said she would be back after I finished that to give me more tea!! I would try to find another place if I was needing to eat in this town.
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