Here are the first restaurants that Grand Junction is going to eat at once they open.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused millions to lose their jobs and has caused closures all around the world. Many restaurants have been forced to close and Grand Junction is so ready for them to open.

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We asked you on our Facebook and here are the restaurants that Grand Junction is going to eat at once they open. Grand Junction can't wait to eat at these local Grand Valley restaurants.

Bin 707

We had numerous people, like Andrea Lopez, commented on our Facebook and tell us the very first restaurant they're going to eat at is Bin 707. The chef and owner of Bin 707 was recently a semifinalist for a major award -- the James Beard Award. Josh Niernberg told us that the James Beard Awards are like the Oscars for the restaurant business.

Texas Roadhouse

The next restaurant that Grand Junction can't wait to eat at is Texas Roadhouse. Sheila Brubacher on our Facebook says she's going to eat atTexas Roadhouse once they open for dine-in and wants them to bring back their old chicken critters.

Ale House, Palisade Cafe, Enzo's + Tequila's

Mara Clifton commented on our Facebook and says the first restaurant she's going to eat at is the Ale House or maybe Palisade Cafe. Justine Barhite says the first place he ate at was Enzo's, then the next day he ate at Tequila's.

Wrigley Field, Main Street Cafe + More

Scott Brokaw said the first Grand Junction restaurant he will eat at is Wrigley Field, and he ate there the other night. Melissa Miller commented on our Facebook and says Main Street Cafe will be the first restaurant that she'll eat at.

Here are a few more restaurants that Grand Junction is going to eat at once they open:

  • Garden of Eat'n
  • il Bistro
  • Pufferbelly
  • Mi Mexico
  • Peche Restaurant
  • Dos Hombres
  • Chili's
  • Junction Square
  • Leon's Mexican Restaurant