Tag: Support Local

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Nature’s Oasis

Serving Durango for over 25 years, Nature’s Oasis is a locally owned and operated grocery market specializing in high-quality, natural, organic, and local products. They also have Jack’s Meat Market, River Liquors, and Serious Delights Bakery – other local companies in their home off of Camino Del Rio. The fully stocked grocery store provides cheese,…
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December 2021 Events

The holiday season is in full swing; the days are colder and shorter and 2021 is coming to an end. However, there are still plenty of events in this following month to finish off the year. Local holiday craft classes are available, Noel Nite shopping event downtown is on December 3rd, and the Polar Express…
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BBQ and Mini Golf

With two locations in Durango, Serious Texas BBQ is a true staple – locals and visitors their smoked meats. They offer house smoked beef brisket, pulled pork, turkey, chicken, ribs, and spicy Elgin Texas Sausage. If you want more than just the meat, try one of their sandwiches or nachos featuring one, or more, of…
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The Original Famburger

Bringing Detroit’s white-porcelain metal hamburger joints to Durango is what Dan and Lindsay Gearig had in mind while opening The Original Famburger. The goal is to serve fast and affordable smashburgers, coney dogs, onion rings, shakes, floats, fries and ice cream as well as cater to gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and dairy free patrons. They…
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Anarchy Brewing Joins Durango’s Brewery Scene

A neighborhood nano-brewery has become Durango’s fifth local brewery, providing our taste buds with small batch beers. Matt “Sully” Sullivan previously served as a firefighter/paramedic and now serves up beers in his tap room. He set out to open Anarchy Brewing as a small community space for live music, fundraising events, and everything in between.…
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Cup O’ Joe

Durango is known for the many restaurants spanning the streets and among them rest quaint little cafés offering a wide variety of coffees, teas, smoothies, and more. No matter the season, there is always a good drink. Whether it’s a cold brew to cool you down or a hot pumpkin spice latte when it’s snowing…
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Durango Creative District

In December of 2019 Durango became the 26th Creative District in Colorado. The program launched in 2010 under Governor John Hickenlooper, created a certification process through Colorado Creative Industries, honoring towns that create an atmosphere where artists can thrive. Haley Kirkman, the Executive Director of Durango’s Creative District (DCD), outlines the mission Hickenlooper initiated, “The…
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