Dine & Shop
6 The Shaggy Sheep
50455 US 285 Grant, CO 80448
719-836-8845 the-shaggy-sheep.com Serving breakfast, lunch and snacks Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the winter season, this adorable eatery offers wholesome meals to locals and travelers within its quaint green log walls. Here you’ll find hearty classics, like biscuits and gravy or beef short ribs, alongside lighter fare, like their “baked avocado” or “beans on greens.”
7 Grumpy’s Saloon & White Buffalo Pizza Company
913 Grand Ave.
Grand Lake, CO 80447
It may be called Grumpy’s, but the patrons inside look anything but. Located along a row of log cabin storefronts, you can belly up to the bar and enjoy one of their countless brews from a horse saddle barstool. Locals rave about their pizza — particularly the “Thai Pie” — and the staff ’s friendly service. 8 Odell Brewing
800 East Lincoln Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524
Locations in Fort Collins and the RiNo (River North Arts District) neighborhood of Denver give Log Home Road Trippers two chances to check out this Colorado hot spot. Founded by Seattle transplants Doug and Wynne Odell in 1989, this brew house was inspired by the craft breweries of the U.K. Now an employeeowned enterprise, you can taste their pride in every beer. Though they don’t serve food, you won’t go hungry. Odell’s sponsors a different local food truck in their lot every day. Book a free behind the scenes tour and watch the brewmasters at work (Fort Collins location only). 9 Williams Log Cabin Furniture
120 E. Midland Ave. Woodland Park, CO 80863
719-687-0952 williamslogfurniture.com If shopping for your own log home is on your Road Trip todo list, make sure to stop by Williams Log Cabin Furniture. Since 1995, Williams has offered charming and affordable aspen, hickory and rustic log furnishings and accessories for everything from great rooms to home offices. Can’t find what you’re looking for in store? The friendly staff will custom order pieces just for you.