When traveling, it’s fun to check out unique eateries to experience the local flavor. Due to COVID-19, many of us are not able to explore too far from home. Greeley has a multitude of take-out options where you can explore food from all over the world.
Community members Rudy V. and Alison H. provided MyGreeley recommendations on their favorite local eateries. Their favorite restaurants may just inspire you to try out a new place and explore some fabulous food.
Rudy’s Favorite Restaurants
- Daruma Japanese Restaurant
1702 8th Ave.
“Daruma is one of Greeley’s best places to get ramen, and their many menu options including multiple bento boxes and sushi rolls, make this place a great place to visit,” Rudy said. His favorite dish to order is Yaki Udon with a combination of beef and chicken.
- Thai One
2541 11th Ave.
Rudy said, “Thai One offers a great variety of Thai food and can add different spiciness levels depending on your preferences.” Rudy likes ordering the pineapple fried rice and an almond-flavored boba.
- Cancun Mexican Grill And Cantina
5415 W 11th St.
Rudy recommends Cancun for its “authentic Mexican food, including seafood, soups, enchiladas, carnitas, salsas, and chips.” One of Rudy’s favorite meals is their enchiladas and green chili pork carnitas.
- Wing Shack
1815 65th Ave. and 2704 8th Ave.
“Wing Shack has been one of my favorite restaurants since I was in college,” Rudy said. He loves the various sauces, ranging from sweet to really spicy options. Rudy recommends ordering the green chili fries to complement the wings.
- Hiroshi Teriyaki Grill
6628 W. 10th St. and 808 23rd St.
“As a person who has lived in Greeley for over 16 years, Hiroshi has always been one of the best restaurants locally with some of the most affordable prices,” Rudy said. He enjoys the teriyaki style grilled beef, yakitori chicken, dumplings, and eggrolls.
Alison’s Favorite Restaurants
- Mr. Bravo Pizza & Phillys
1635 8th Ave.
Alison loves this place for the great pizza and gyros. She says, “their fries are a must-have.”
- Brix Brew & Tap
813 8th St.
“It’s not just about the beverages; their collaboration with Jerri J’s and Gourmet Grub results in a great meal plus the BEST soft pretzels and beer,” Alison said.
- La Petite French Bakery
919 16th St.
La Petite recently reopened. Alison let us know that “Chef Chana is back from studying in Paris.” Offerings include French pastries, buttery croissants, soft baguettes, and more.
- Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant
825 9th St.
The Tex-Mex menu has a variety of food options, but Alison is crazy about the drinks, “I get the to-go margaritas; it will satisfy any marg craving.”
- Pellegrini Cucina Italiana
2400 W 17th St.
Pellegrini offers traditional Italian favorites, from a variety of pasta to eggplant parmigiana to tiramisu. “You can “make your own” on their menu,” Alison says the make your own options on their menu is “amazing.”
Hopefully, their endorsements inspire you to eat at a new place or two that could become one of the local businesses you’ll frequent. Share your story and support local on social media tagging the location and using the hashtag: #TakeoutTuesday.