I did not really make it a goal to visit more local restaurants in 2022, but so far I have been. So far, I found a few new places I love and hope to find more.

Lucky for me Grand Junction has got plenty of fantastic places to find a great meal, and 2022 is going to be the year I get more familiar with some of the places I have yet to try.

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Visiting More Grand Junction Restaurants in 2022

So how did this become a thing? I got sick of having to go to 2 or 3 different grocery stores every weekend. Am I right? Or do I just plan my shopping on the worst days possible? It does not seem to matter what store I'm in, they are out of something I need. I decided to try shopping less and eating out a couple of times. It's been a nice change of pace.

What is the Best Grand Junction Restaurant You Would Recommend?

Reach out with our free station app and let me know a place that you LOVE to recommend to friends who are looking for a great place to eat. It can be the most popular place in Grand Junction, Fruita or Palisade, or someplace out of the way you love to go to.

Check Out 12 Grand Junction Restaurants You Need to Visit More Often

Based on your suggestions so far, along with a few of our own mixed in, scroll through the gallery below to find 12 of Grand Junction's Best Restaurants with more to come!

12 Popular Grand Junction Restaurants to Visit in 2022

Looking for a new favorite restaurant in 2022? Check out this list of local favorites and give them a try this year.

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