CO Posted in Colorado March 24, 2016 by Annie These 11 Extremely Tiny Restaurants In Colorado Are Actually Amazing “Bigger is better.” You’ve heard the saying, and in several cases it’s true—except, of course, when referring to these 11 tiny Colorado restaurants that are small on everything but taste: 1. There (Telluride) Yelp There. Telluride Facebook Don't go just anywhere for fun cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Go to the small and oh-so-stylish There! 2. Z Cuisine & A Côté (Denver) Yelp Z Cuisine BistrotBar Facebook Though Z be but little, Z (and their fabulous selection of French foods, wines, and desserts) is FIERCE. 3. Ruby's Cafe (Limon) Ruby's Cafe (Unofficial) Facebook You would think that in a small town, lack of tables wouldn't be a concern... But that's not the case at the tiny, delicious Ruby's (and for good reason.) 4. Story Coffee Company (Colorado Springs) Yelp Story Coffee Company Facebook Share your story with those you love the most at this hip and tasty shop, which is housed in a 20-by-8-foot trailer. 5. Rice Monkeys (Durango) Yelp TripAdvisor What the restaurant itself lacks in size, it makes up for with its friendly staff and killer sushi rolls. 6. Bones (Denver) Yelp Yelp Another choice for creative Asian fusion in a compact location is that of Bones. (Not sure what to order? Get the Spicy Beef Yakisoba. Don't worry; you can thank me later.) 7. Slope & Hatch (Glenwood Springs) Yelp Yelp The sign on the modest Slope & Hatch says it all. The tiny establishment serves a yummy variety of beers, snacks, tacos, and naturally cased hot dogs. 8. Creperie du Village (Aspen) Yelp Yelp One of the bigger little restaurants on our list is the cozy Creperie du Village; a Parisian-style cafe with some of the best crepes outside of... well, France. 9. Sumatera (Steamboat Springs) Yelp Yelp Don't let the outside of the small, Indonesian restaurant fool you. The wonderful smells inside are accompanied by a fun, jungle-like ambiance. 10. Anejo Bistro & Bar (Gunnison) Yelp Yelp The narrow, brightly colored bistro and bar promises to serve up some of the best homemade Mexican food this side of the state. 11. Uncle (Denver) Yelp Yelp Don't wait too long to get a table at this fun, Asian-fusion establishment, or you may miss out! (The restaurant only seats 40.) Which tiny Colorado restaurant is your favorite?