travel spotlight: colorado

The Live Review: Eatery 66 In Ridgway, Colorado

Be good. Live simple. Eat well.

 

Such is the mantra behind Spencer and Katie Graves’ unique 1966 Airstream-turned-dining destination, Eatery 66. The husband-and-wife team opened their mobile doors in 2008 after traveling the open road with their family for eight years and deciding that the San Juan mountains—and Ridgeway in particular—was home.

Spencer, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Charleston and an alum of several fantastic foodie spots, and Katie, a former wedding planner and longtime yogi, wanted to create a unique and homey spot in the heart of the mountains that supported local farmers and offered fresh, homespun meals. After popping by for lunch on sunny Sunday, we think it is safe to say mission, accomplished.

What we ordered: Hungry Hiker salad ($13), Greek Salad ($11)

What we loved: The farm fresh goat cheese, the friendly local vibe

Eatery 66, 566 Sherman Street, Ridgway, CO; (970) 626 – 5901.

 

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