3 days and 2,000 miles so far and this is the last night away from home on a long business road trip. Then I lucked onto this place. It was just what I was looking for. Perfect enough to make me (almost) wish I lived...More
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There was 8 of us and we all had great food. We were seated as soon as we arrived. Had a nice array of different movie memorabilia on the wall. There was mexican and american food. The waitress was very helpful.
One of the few places to eat on a Sunday. Friendly staff and good food. They have very interesting decor, lot of antique signs and items. We plan to stop again. We were able to watch the football games and baseball games while eating.
Scouting downtown Gallup at sunset we chose the Coal Street Pub & Grill for light dinner and drinks at the bar....found it all nice, friendly, tasty and at the happy hour prices a good bargain. Brittnay did her part with the drinks and food order...we...More
While making a mad dash from Phoenix to Denver we discovered this great gem! This is an old restaurant/ bar with lots of local pictures and history everywhere. We were greeted promptly and given excellent service. We started with delicious chips and salsa. There are...More
Hey great place just off Route 66. Local charm. Was full of locals but definitely played up the 66 connection. Service was friendly around just the right amount. Food was good with a pretty wide selection for a pub. Beer selection was broad enough for...More
Have to say we have spent much more on more expensive steakhouses and the food and service wasn't always comparable to the Coal Street Pub. Service was excellent. We shared a steak dinner and it was delicious. Reasonably priced too! We enjoyed open mic night...More
Seriously, how can you ruin a hamburger? The food tastes as if the grill is never cleaned. If you are looking for fine dining establishments downtown, and I do support downtown businesses, you can do much better. The bar at Sammy Cs at least has...More
Having pulled into Gallup on a late Sunday afternoon, my wife and I discovered that we were hard-pressed to find a non-chain cheap-eats place that was open. Happily, the Coal Street Pub was. Its menu features typical pub fare, with a health New Mexican section,...More