We were on Denver7 news. Who saw us? Amazing what the #barstoolfund is accomplishing by helping so many small businesses. https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.yahoo.com/amphtml/durango-diner-boosted-barstool-fund-001707798.html
Our hearts can’t thank David Portnoy – El Presidente and the Barstool Sports Fund enough for saving small businesses around the country. The shutdown of 2020 has brought most small businesses to the breaking point and Barstool Sports has stepped up to answer the call that our small businesses need. Support your local small businesses, they need your help. If you can’t visit local small businesses then, please donate to this incredible fund www.barstoolsports.com/the-barstool-fund. Again, thank you so much Dave for saving us and other small businesses. #Barstoolfund
Since the government entities did not issue a public health order “allowing” us to open for dine-in meals tomorrow, we hope to see you on Thursday.
Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, May 27th, we will be open for dine-in. Hours are Monday-Saturday 6am-2pm and Sunday 6am-1pm.
Durango Diner is opening this week for pickup only on selected days. Opening Thursday, May 21st – Monday, May 25th from 7am-1pm.
Call to place your order (970) 247-9889
Colorado: Durango Diner
Durango, a picturesque mountain town in southern Colorado, has earned its reputation as a travel destination with its beautiful summer weather, extended fall leaf-peeping season and superb winter skiing. No matter your reason for visiting, no trip to Durango is complete without a stop at the Durango Diner. Gary and Donna Broad have owned the landmark eatery on historic Main Avenue since 1980 and still pride themselves on cooking everything from scratch, from huevos rancheros to the “biggest and best in the West” hotcakes (a nod to the plate-size pancakes Gary ate at Long Island diners as a kid). Snag a stool counter or one of a handful of tables, then peruse the menu. Anything with Gary’s housemade green chili is a solid option; try it in the The Cure, where it’s lavished over grated-to-order local potatoes that are covered in cheese and scattered with your choice of toppings. The green chili and the Southwest salsa are so popular that they’ve been permanent fixtures at local grocery stores for more than 20 years, and Gary estimates the diner ships out at least a case a day.