KEKB FM listeners just knocked it out of the park again!

Waylon and I spent the last two days scrolling through the comments and trying to figure out the Top 20. Grand Junction did not disappoint. I love that we are almost 900 comments deep into this question on social media and there is absolutely room for yours. Jump in. You can also hit the chat button on our station app to tell us your answer to the question below.

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Name a Grand Junction Restaurant You Wish Would Come Back?

I can tell ya one thing, I have a ton of eating to do. Sadly, it's probably not half as much as I would be eating if most of the restaurants on this list were still open. Upon scrolling through your responses, a Top 20 kind of presents itself.

I love how many people are not just slapping a name up but have included comments, memories, and even stories about these places. I can't wait to give you props on the air when we talk about these. We like to ask this question every couple of years and always get such a great response. Thank you!

The restaurants we ALL miss the most are below.

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