We enjoyed our pizza here, but really liked the butterscotch shakes. The restaurant is very convenient to I 70 and exit 19. Just take the roundabout and end up on the north side.
A quick place to grab a quick hamburger. The atmosphere is like an old time diner from the fifties. A little greasy, but clean. The Navaho taco was pretty good. Lunch was about $18.00. The bathroom was very clean.
Havent had anything here that I didnt like so far, but the burgers very good, add some diced jalapeno to it!
If you don't remember the "Old Time" hamburger joints...you know...the corner restaurants, drive-ins that you seldom see anymore, then you're missing it! This is a classic style food grill with some of the best burgers in the Grand Valley. The employees are typical kids and generally all around good people. It's not "fast food" - it's fast food like it... More
The place is hopping with customers, but i wasn't impressed with the sandwich I ordered. It was a large sandwich for the price, but lacked the taste I was hoping for. Family did enjoy thier orders and actually raved about the hamburgers. The place is ok, but not a favorite.
I stopped at Munchies on a recommendation from a coworker. This place makes a great homemade burger. The burgers are large, fresh and cooked all the way through. I had a patty melt and onion rings. So yummy! if you like onion rings, this is the place to get them. They are large and crispy. The next time I want... More
We arrived late to camp overnight in Fruita & we asked where we could eat still eat dinner. The lady at the check-in told us to go to "Munchies" if we wanted a wonderful hamburger. Munchies is a small plain old-fashioned diner where aromas of hamburgers grilling are in the air. The hamburger we got ( Big Daddy's?) was so... More
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