Bin 707 Foodbar – Grand Junction Farm To Fork Exquisite



(Photo by Robert S. Fagan)

For Bin 707 Executive Chef Josh Niernberg, his sources are local first, Colorado second, and domestic third. Peppers that populate his Sriracha come from Okagawa Farms, the fruits from nearby Palisades, the meats come from Roan Creek or alternatively from Colorado, and most anything else he will manage to get domestically. That includes the local beer, wine, and ciders.


(Photo by Robert S. Fagan)

I get excited finding exciting new eateries. Don’t you? Reminiscent of excellent urban offerings, Bin 707 Foodbar was a culinary surprise.


(Photo by Robert S. Fagan)

My party and I, all critics, unanimously enjoyed the freshness, artful presentation, and delicious combinations we experienced at Bin 707 Foodbar located in downtown Grand Junction. The hip, trendy casual atmosphere is nicely serviced – efficient and polished, but not formal. Bin 707 Foodbar features both high-end cuisine alongside the usual burger and hand-cut fries. Seating is first come, first served.


(Photo by Robert S. Fagan)

The menu offering definitely included some items I did not expect such as Beet Ice Cream and Cured Skuna Bay Salmon with Crispy Shallots. The hand-crafted cocktails are made with locally distilled spirits while local wines are presented in polished crystal. The cheese and charcuterie plates are delicious introductions to Western Colorado flavors with one of my cohorts exclaiming the liver pate to be “the best he’d ever tasted!” Similar comments accompanied the Colorado Rosen Lamb and Colorado Pork Tenderloin. And leave room for the crack pie dessert.


Ever have beet ice cream? You may want to sample some here!  (Photo by Robert S. Fagan)

Everything considered, Bin 707 Foodbar is reason alone enough to stop in Grand Junction no matter your mission. This is “Farm To Fork” done exquisitely and priced right for the value – maybe one of the better eateries to sample in Colorado!


(Photo by Robert S. Fagan)


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