A great aspect of our city is the our community’s small town feel. Castle Rock is best described as two cities in one. We have the northern “newer” side with chain restaurants, the outlet mall, and so on. We also have, if you go down to the south side, the “old” part of town. It is here you will get the real Castle Rock experience - and where, us locals, enjoy a variety of “mom and pop” shops and restaurants. One “must see/experience” is nestled, just off of Wilcox street (210 3rd street)…. a small stone church.
However, we do not go there to pray, but to feast! Castle Rock’s very own, Old Stone Church Restaurant, is a go-to spot for me and my family. Serving sweet and delicious Colorado beer, along with American style cuisine, from an American Culinary Institute trained chef, you really can’t go wrong when you feel that grumble in your stomach in the middle of the day. To heighten the experience, there is beautiful water feature inside the dining area - not to mention the owners left in the stain glass and choir loft.
When St Francis of Assisi moved to it’s new location on East Fifth Street, rather than tear down a piece of our town’s history, it was converted into the coveted restaurant it is today. Check out this link for a short history of how this came to be from the restaurants website:
I should mention, it’s closed on Sundays - Day of rest and all.
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