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Best things to do in Pueblo

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
“Brue's Alehouse Brewing is one of our favorites on the riverwalk. The beer and food are to die for. They have a pet friendly patio which we take full advantage of! Not to mention the building used to be the old jail house, and some things are still intact, it's a fun time. http://bruesalehouse.com/”
16 locals recommend
Park
“Good restaurants. Lovely atmosphere especially in the evenings. Various events and live music.”
10 locals recommend
Bar
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“This Brewery has amazing authentic Irish food. Their beer is great too! Saturday and Sunday morning they do a special Brunch menu till 2pm and is fantastic!”
10 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“This is where you go if you need to shop for things. The movie theatre is located close by, as well as a Wall Mart and King Soopers Grocery Store. ”
1 local recommends
Zoo
“A zoo in our very own back yard! It's truly a hidden gem with over 400 animals. It's family friendly and right next to the city park, which it so beautiful I always want to take my bike along. https://www.pueblozoo.org/”
7 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Art Gallery and Conference Center https://www.sdc-arts.org/ - Children's Museum - Classes - Exhibition - Performances - Dance - Event Rentals ”
6 locals recommend
Cafe
“The best coffee I've ever had. This place is one of our downtown favorites. It's always a stop when we are downtown morning thrift shopping. https://thehangingtreecafe.com”
8 locals recommend
Movie Theatre
“They just upgraded their theaters to all lounge chairs. The ultimate in comfort, arrive early because with the change to their fancy new chairs, capacity was drastically reduced. Lately I've found the movie I'd like to watch sold out more often than not so buy your tickets online before you leave for the theater! Tuesdays are $5 movie day all day long!”
2 locals recommend
Route
“Read about the Arkansas floods in downtown Pueblo that motivated the city to reroute the river. Enjoy the bronze statues along the river walk. ”
4 locals recommend
Bakery
“They have good organic food options and plenty of regular options for essential needs.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Great for kids. Easy trails for leisurely walks. Stroller friendly. By the Arkansas River.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Home of the Pueblo slopper, an open-faced hamburger and smothered with Pueblo green chile. If you want to hang out with some locals and get a good feel of Pueblo's blue collar history Coors Tavern is a must-do. Tip: order your slopper on a bed of fries and skip the bun. It's cheaper and the fries are amazing!!!! ”
3 locals recommend
Cafe
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“Awesome local coffee shop that sales their own Roasts! They have some really good coffee and close to historic downtown for walking around and seeing some cool sights. Really close to the children's museum. ”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
“This is the best grocery store in town. It was recently remodeled and features great soups and salads, sushi, burrito, sandwhich and olive bars, a starbucks and great fresh meats and seafood. ”
2 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“The love of pizza continues. This place was one of our first finds after moving here. It is absolutely delicious. The riverwalk scene is dog friendly and fun. The house wine is so good. And the best part, they're dog friendly! https://angelospizzapie.com/”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“Great place to learn the historic roots and past of steel-city of the west. ”
2 locals recommend