Downtown Riverwalk strolls, sampling dishes with Pueblo Green Chile, many museums, Lake Pueblo State Park, farm tours among highlights
We ran across a great article on Pueblo in The Durango Herald that packs in 25+ solid tips for exploring and experiencing the flavor of Pueblo, from heritage farm tours out on the Mesa to checking out the lively thoroughfares, nooks and crannies of the historic downtown district, such as the Riverwalk, Neon Alley and Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center.
Best of all, it includes an oldie-but-goodie video we filmed of longtime Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Rod Slyhoff giving a Green Chile Slopper Tour of town. The city’s signature dish is served at more than 25 restaurants around town, but no two are the same. With that in mind, Slyhoff gives a tour of some of the best*, below.
*Note that Cock & Bull Tavern mentioned in the video has since closed, but a new restaurant, Mo’s Sports Bar and Lounge, opened in the same space in September 2018 (too soon to know whether a slopper will make it onto the menu).