Colorado November 10, 2018
The Old Lunch Counter In Colorado Will Take You On A Trip Down Memory Lane
Though they are now virtually extinct, lunch counters were once the norm when it came to getting a fast, home-cooked meal. Luckily for us, a few can still be found throughout Colorado. Where? For starters, you can find a good, old-fashioned counter that is sure to bring back memories at this Colorado grill.
Head to Colorado Springs for a bite to eat at The Green Line Grill!
The restaurant offers a menu filled with dishes that bring a taste of central Oklahoma to the Centennial State.
The Green Line has an old-school diner theme, complete with black and white checkered floors, chrome galore, and...
...a comfortable lunch counter, of course!
Green Line Grill will make you think you stepped back to a time of friendlier folks and better food, thanks to the vintage ambiance and the delicious homemade menu.
What kinds of old-time goodness will you find at The Line? For starters, you can order their iconic Onion 'Fried' Burger.
The Onion Burger originated in Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl. The combination of hamburger meat and onions was a less expensive, yet still satisfying and delicious, alternative to a traditional burger.
You’ll find old-school Frito Chili Pies on the menu too.
They’re nothing fancy, but they’re always super tasty!
Green Line Grill also serves up mouthwatering specials like Español Corn Beef & Hash.
No matter what you order, make sure to pair it with a side of hand-cut fries!
The Green Line Grill is located at 230 1/2 Pueblo Ave., Colorado Springs, CO.
The restaurant is open on Monday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Tuesday & Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Friday & Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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