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Bingo Burger #1 Ten Must Eat Foods in Colorado

Bingo Burger

Bingo Burger Was #1 on The Ten Must Eat Foods in Colorado published by Colorado.com Bingo Burger is #1 with us our guests.

Bingo and Goat Hill burgers at Bingo Burger in Pueblo   Anytime you eat in Pueblo, you’re likely to detect the famous Pueblo chile in your dish, and the Bingo Burger is no exception with flavorful chiles blended right in with the beef. But it’s got tough competition with the Goat Hill burger, which is made with juicy Colorado lamb, goat cheese, mushrooms and, for an extra kick, some lemon-rosemary aioli.

Bingo BurgerGuests of the Ultimate VIP Marijuana Tour are treated to Bingo Burger before we head back to Colorado Springs. If Bingo Burger doesn’t sound very VIP to you then you have never had one. 

My personal favorite is the fresh salmon filet with basil mayo.  You can’t have a burger without fries. Hand cut sweet potato fries are an option. For extreme munchies we recommend fries with melted cheese, chopped bacon and chopped Pueblo Chilies.

The perfect way to finish the afternoon wandering through rows of marijuana plants, touring a concentrate manufacturer, MIP and dispensary shopping is with a stop at Bingo Burger. We stock the limo with gourmet munchies and non-alcoholic beverages and Kaviar joints. Kaviar is a premium flower infused with hash oil, rolled in kief, ground and expertly rolled with a Kaviar glass tip. Each pre-roll is 1.5 grams with a potency range from 30-40% THC. You are going to want a Bingo Burger!!!

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#5 on Ten Must in Foods in Colorado is also from Southern Colorado

We think they should have included cherries and the famous Pueblo chilies. The sweetness and flavors of Southern Colorado’s fruits rival Whole Food’s produce. 

Hwy. 50 melons Some of the best memories from family road trips include impromptu pit stops at small fruit stands. While traversing Colorado’s eastern plains near Rocky Ford, keep your eye out for melon stands along Hwy. 50, which pepper the highway starting in La Junta and heading west to Pueblo. The juicy sweetness from the cantaloupe and honeydews along this swath of countryside provides a refreshing respite indicative of the area’s agriculture.

Go to Colorado.com for the complete list of 10 Must Eat Foods in Colorado