Restaurants, Breweries & More
Your Guide to Restaurants and Breweries in the Four Corners Region, including Farmington, New Mexico, and Durango and Cortez, Colorado
Four Corners restaurants and breweries definitely punch above their weight. There aren’t any major cities in the area — Farmington, New Mexico, is the largest with a population under 47,000 — so how is it that the Four Corners region can have so many great restaurants and breweries to choose from?
The secret is the diversity. As new waves of settlers came into the region, along with the Native Americans who’ve been here for thousands of years, each added its own cultural layer to the culinary mix. And all those separate influences have come together to provide a drinking and dining experience as diverse as the landscapes.
Whether you’re just passing through to visit the Four Corners National Monument or your family can trace its origins back innumerable generations, you’ll find something to love about eating and drinking in the Four Corners area.
Discover the culinary wonders of the Four Corners region—Farmington, NM, Durango, and Cortez, CO. Diverse influences, from Navajo fry bread tacos to Durango’s surprising restaurant variety, make it a gastronomic delight. Cheers to award-winning brews infused by the Animas River’s soulful waters.