You’ll Love Everything About This Retro Colorado Restaurant That’s Well Worth The Drive
Burgers, fries, and shakes taste most delicious amidst chrome and neon lights… can I get an amen?! If you crave this delicious comfort food with a side of pure nostalgia, you will love everything about this retro and remote Colorado restaurant that is well worth the drive:
Welcome to Flager, Colorado, located 120 miles east of Denver and is home to 600 residents, a rich Rock Island Railroad history, and...
...the nostalgic I-70 Diner!
Showcasing a pink Cadillac in the sky...
...black and white checkered floors...
...and SO much chrome, the I-70 Diner is truly the poster child for the wholesome 1950s.
As if the atmosphere itself isn't reason enough to visit, the diner also offers a delicious menu of made-from-scratch sandwiches and burgers...
...and, of course, desserts as good as grandma used to make!
The I-70 Diner is located at 17044 Co. Rd. 5 in Flagler and is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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70 Diner is located at 17044