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Pueblo, CO sloppers are a local dish that is served at many restaurants around the town. Sloppers are made with traditional Pueblo green chiles.
Located in an historic building in the heart of downtown Pueblo, CO, Shamrock Brewing Company is a unique dining establishment that is one part Irish pub, one part brewery and one part restaurant.
If you’re looking for great diner food, look no further than the Pantry Restaurant, located on East Abriendo Avenue in Pueblo, CO.
Local favorites like sloppers, green chiles and grinders make Pueblo's food unique to the region.
Chef Eric Copeland has cooked for many years in Pueblo, CO restaurants. Eric Copeland continues to be involved in community activities and giving back.
Pueblo, CO restaurants include many cuisines such as mexican, fine dining, Italian, American, and more.
Pueblo Chile and Frijoles Festival takes place annually to celebrate the local chilies in Pueblo, CO.
The Pueblo, CO Slopper was featured on Travel Channel's Food Wars TV show which showcased sloppers from Grays Coors Tavern and Sunset Inn.
Pueblo, CO Chamber of Commerce President Rod Slyhoff gives an overview of local dining in Pueblo.
Pueblo, CO celebrates food through festivals, local products and restaurants.
Pueblo is a multicultural community located at the confluence of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, south of Colorado Springs. Locals and visitors enjoy events and food specialties, such as the Loaf ‘N Jug Chile & Frijoles Festival and Pueblo's famous green chile "Sloppers". One of the largest steel-producing cities in the U.S, Pueblo is sometimes referred to as the "Steel City", and the city is one of Livability's Top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation.
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