The city of Grand Junction, Colorado has no shortage of great places to eat. Whether you're looking for breakfast, burgers, pizza, steak, seafood, or fine dining, it's all covered. There are also plenty of restaurants that serve food from around the world including Chinese food, Mexican food, and even Nepalese food.

To dig even deeper, many restaurants have one or numerous dishes that are known to be favorites. We took 20 of the best restaurants in Grand Junction and determined 20 of the best meals in town from them. Keep scrolling to learn about 20 of the best meals in Grand Junction.

20 of the Best Meals in Grand Junction Colorado

Let's say you're in the mood for a big, juicy steak. Bin 707 Foodbar is known to have an amazing bison ribeye, 626 on Rood has a delicious Black Angus beef tenderloin, The Rockslide serves up a mean Wagyu Coulotte steak, and the Blue Moon has a char-crust sirloin that's to die for.

If you're in the mood for seafood, The Goat and Clover's Chippers and Fish, Spoons's Surf and Turf, Devil's Kitchen's Lobster and Waffles, and Namaste Nepal's Lobster Tandoori are all good choices.

For breakfast, be sure to try the Seared Salmon Benedict from Dream Cafe, The Mile High Scram from Main Street Bagels, and/or Pufferbelly's signature chicken fried steak and eggs.

If Mexican food sounds good, Las Marias's combo for two is quite impressive, as are the chile rellenos from Aztecas.

In addition to all of these, there are even more great meals that can be considered some of the best in Grand Junction. Keep scrolling to see them all:

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