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Everything about Greasewood Flat is casual and unassuming, including the welcome sign that reads "Sorry, we're open!" Dining or partying at Greasewood Flat even requires driving on a dirt road, though the restaurant itself isn't as rugged as its signs would indicate. Enjoy a green pepper burger while watching weekend cowboys and cowgirls get down to country music.
Don't be alarmed if you hear the thunderous roar of motors and the screeching of rubber against road over the next several days. It's just the sounds generated by the thousands of motorcyclists who ar... More »
One of the finest examples of a regional guilty pleasure in the desert Southwest is the green chile cheeseburger. While it's more of a New Mexico specialty (where the green chile shares State Vegetabl... More »
This is a nice little place mostly outdoors. It has a band and dancefloor and bonfires to romantically keep you warm in the winter. They are mostly known for beer and hamburgers. Highly recomment it it is a real unique experience.?
In its earlier days, Greasewood Flats was known only to a few folks lucky enough to have discovered the little place hidden off a dirt road in the middle of nowhere. Those folks included John Denver and Glen Campbell, who would do impromptu performances. Today, the circa-1883 former stagecoach bunkhouse is more widely known, feeding up to 400 people a day. And that includes us. On any given evening, you'll find us cozied up in the rustic bar, or, better yet, at one of the picnic tables... More »
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