Wonderful choice of things to do within walking distance. Very friendly people in all of the shops, restaurants and taverns that we visited.
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I can't go to Glenwood without stopping in for a beer and chicken wings. Such a cute little bar with great service.
We had a fun lunch. The atmosphere is fun and the food good. We had typical lunch fare. Everything was well prepared and tasty. The Doc Holiday history on the menu was a fun read for the family.
We stopped here for lunch on our way back from Utah. With the new bridge construction it was difficult to find a parking spot and more difficult to walk to the saloon. Once we got there we found the place very dark and loud (they...More
stopped here for a drink after a dinner in Glenwood Springs. nothing special in terms of a bar. one waitress was great and friendly. the other, the first one we got, was impersonal and took our drinks away before they were finished. had whiskey on...More
This place in my opinion is rated as a number one restaurant the food is awesome the service is great in the historic Nostalgia within this place is unheard of. The scale absolutely you have to come see this place and experience it in my...More
Docs holidays Close by our hotel so wanted to stop in, just cause the name, we knew it wasn’t actual saloon Doc visit but nevertheless wanted to say we came. Neat place with nice and friendly bartenders. We didn’t eat, so we can’t comment on...More
After having dinner at Tequila's we meandered around downtown for a bit and landed at Doc Holliday's. It was a cute bar and we had a great waitress (can't remember her name.....too many drinks?) who was a rafting guide as well. I'm not very sure...More
This was a very laid back kind of bar and restaurant. It seems that locals like to hang out here, since a lot of the people knew each other. We liked the atmosphere and had good service. I had a salad with the meatball soup...More