Dig In at Local Delis in Glenwood Springs

Dig In at Local Delis in Glenwood Springs 1
Grand Ave Glenwood Springs

Located 40 miles north of Aspen and 60 miles west of Vail, Glenwood Springs is a popular destination for many who love to ski and hike. It sits near the Glenwood Canyon, which provides stunning views of the mountains. This breathtaking location has much to offer those who are looking for ideas for Colorado vacations.

Glenwood Springs is named for the world’s largest natural hot springs pool, which is located in this region. While enjoying a Glenwood Springs, Colorado travel experience, you will want to schedule tome time to soak in these healing waters, which are part of the Yampah Hot Springs Vapor Caves facility.

Hot Springs Deli
If your day is centered on the Hot Springs Pool, head over to the Hot Springs deli for lunch.

Enjoy Casual Dining at These Local Delis

When you are on a Glenwood Springs, Colorado vacation, you may not want to spend a long time eating, yet you want to get a great dining experience and good food. These delis provide fast service with excellent cuisine, so you can have the best of both worlds.

Hot Springs Deli

If you are spending the day enjoying the hot springs pool, you can actually dine right on the property without the need to change out of your swimming gear. The Hot Springs Deli features a snack bar and deli with pizzas, ice cream, grilled meals and sandwiches. You can also enjoy breakfast at this location. It is open from 7 until 4 during the summer and from 7 until 3 during the off season. Outside dining by the pool is available if you wish to use it.

Rosi's Little Bavarian
Rosi’s Little Bavarian offers breakfast and lunch to hungry diners in Glenwood Springs.

Chomps Deli

Chomps Deli offers sandwiches, soups, and salads to breakfast, lunch and dinner crowds. It is located just down the street from the hot springs and near the Iron Mountain Tramway. While not a large restaurant, it is known for its fresh foods and in-house baked breads. Here you can come in, grab a sandwich to go, or dine in the dining area, depending on your needs. They also provide catering and free delivery.

Rosi’s Little Bavarian

Rosi’s Little Bavarian sits just two blocks from the Hot Springs and offers a signature breakfast menu that many people use to start their day of relaxation. They are open for breakfast and lunch and offer both table service and carryout to accommodate the varying needs of their guests. They also have a children’s menu and are considered a family-friendly dining establishment.

If You Go

If you are looking for fun things to do in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, visit the Chamber of Commerce website at www.glenwoodchamber.com. To learn more about the popular hot springs, visit www.hotspringspool.com.

Chomps Deli
172 West 6th St
970-945-9355
www.chompsdeli.com

Hot Springs Deli
401 North River St.
970-947-2959
www.hotspringspool.com

Rosi’s Little Bavarian
141 West 6th St.
970-928-9186

Nicole Harms has been writing professionally since 2006, specializing in travel and finance writing, with work having been published on USA Today, the New York Stock Exchange and Hotels.com, in addition to here on Go Colorado!

Header photo of Glenwood Springs by Sascha Brück.
Restaurant photos courtesy of Glenwood Chamber Resort Association.

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