The Winery is in our top 3 for consideration anytime we have a special occasion. The steaks are top notch.
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Liked the food, pretty good service. Be prepared to spend a lot.. This used to be my favorite place to eat for our anniversary, but I don't care for the menu as much and it has become increasingly more expensive.
This is an older restaurant and is no longer considered to be "trendy" which makes getting a table easier. The quality of food is consistently excellent, especially their steak and fish. Their wine menu includes both Grand Valley and imported offerings. Having lived in Grand...More
After a day of travelling, hotel front desk recommended The Winery. We secured an open table rest. The hostess warmly greeted us, and showed to a perfect table. Greatly appreciated not stuffing us into one corner. Water glasses promptly filled and Brooke arrived to take...More
The service is great! And the atmosphere was perfect for what we were celebrating, quiet a little darker than a regular family restaurant with no rushing to order a drink or make up your mind on the evenings offerings. We will gladly return.
I have been to several restaurants lately that have charged 30 to 60 dollars a plate and were not very nice.. The Winery is very reasonable for how nice it is and the food and service were wonderful! I would recommend the Winery if you...More
This is one of my favorite special occasion restaurants! Birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, Valentines, or any other occasion are made extra special at the winery! It is a little expensive but caters to a more refined diner.
A long time great place to dine in River City. Elegant dining means upper level prices but usually well worth it. They try to use many local products. Excellent appetizers and soups. The steaks and seafood are excellent. Good wine list and top shelf alcohol....More
We both had a filet mignon which were cooked as ordered (medium rare). They were very good as were the bacon wrapped scallop appetizer. The baked potato was a little disappointed as it seemed pre-cooked and dry with a real hard skin. They give you...More
Wine is a very common theme for Grand Junction and Palisade. That is not any different for this restaurant. They are in the older part of the downtown area. It is a great place to a romantic dinner. We were there for our anniversary. The...More