If you're interested in pueblo history, go here! I'm not much of a museum go-er so the museum was just the right length for me, pretty brief, concise, and informative. And only $5 for adults and $2 for students, seniors, etc.
My favorite part was the gift shop! We went in and talked to the workers who were so nice and knowledgeable about all the Pueblan culture. I learned so much from them about the history of jewelry, symbols, culture, upcoming events, etc that I didn't learn in the museum. Jacob was awesome and another Navajo native that I forgot to ask him his name.
As you will find the authentic jewelry is quite expensive everywhere, we found a sale section and found some beautiful jewelry that was cheap enough for me (a indebted grad student traveling across the nation for a clinical) to afford!
Very nice and helpful staff and clean facilities.
Good food, slow service. Very small restaurant, only has about 3 six tops, 2 four tops and 2 two tops (with a small patio for warm days). Food was amazing! Hummus has a lemon garlic olive oil that sets it apart from regular hummus and the warm grilled pita was on point. Gyro with cucumber sauce was so good. Gyro meat was very tender. Homemade cabbage rolls were very good as well.
The server was serving, stocking, cleaning, cooking, and cashing people out. Needless to say the service was very slow due to that. She said the owner was out of town and the owners son was doing the kitchen and he was a novice but tried his best. Overall great stop, felt good to get out of the car but if you're in a hurry, not the best stop, but maybe on a normal day they would be quicker.