New Businesses in Mesa County
It has been a while since we did this, so we decided it was time for another roundup! Here are some new businesses popping up around Mesa County.
The Vineyards celebrated their first year of business on May 16th and are opening a new tasting room TODAY in downtown Grand Junction! They have partnered with The Main Street Gallery (412 Main St) and the tasting room will be inside the art gallery! You can check out their Grand Opening now until 6pm!!
Although Roosters isn't new to Grand Junction, they are opening up shop in Montrose! This restaurant specializes in chicken wings and the Montrose location will be similar to the Grand Junction locations with pool tables and the same menu, but more of an emphasis on sports with 18 TVs!
Want a new way to show your guests the East side of the Grand Valley? Well this is your chance! Pali-Tours is a safari-style touring company that takes up to 12 people for a 4 hour tour broken up into different increments. The tour takes place in a 1975 Pinzgauer 712 military troop transport vehicle nicknamed "Pinzy."
Raspberry Hill is a market/ gift shop full of DIY projects as well as classes you can take to create wood signs, fairy gardens, and macro-made calligraphy. Although this store opened a year ago, they just expanded earlier this year which is just one example of the amazing growth Fruita is having!
There is a new aqua park for kids 6 and up at this Fruita park! Whether you want to learn how to wakeboard, practice your kneeboarding skills, or simply take your kids Stand-Up Paddle boarding, they have it all! So what does the new aqua park have that Imondi didn't already have? A series of inflatable runways, jumping pillows and bouncers that are connected and floating on the lake!
The Alpine Oven Pie Co.
There is a new homestyle bakery in Fruita! Have you heard? The Alpine Oven Pie Co. is located right next to The Cowboy Mercantile. They had their Grand Opening today on May 3rd and people were raving about their cinnamon rolls, pies, and breads! Go check them out next time you are in the area!