“keeping your taste buds guessing”
The Three Rivers Eatery and Brewhouse was established in 1997 by John Silva, Bob and Cindy Beckley in Farmington, New Mexico. The restaurant and brewery is located in downtown Farmington, on 101 East Main Street. It was formerly called the Andrews Building, and was built and opened in 1912. It was built to house The Farmington Drug Store and The Farmington Times-Hustler Newspaper (now The Daily Times), which became the longest standing drugstore and fountain in New Mexico. The pizzeria keeps diner's taste buds guessing by updating its menu several times throughout the year.
This place is absolutely epic, and if you are passing through Farmington you have to stop here for a beer and some food! Our meal was incredible and the portions more than enough to fill the hungriest South African...
Tons of memorabilia on the walls, loads of humour, but above all.... great great people who work here. They totally made our experience, really friendly and they took tons of time out to chat to us and make us feel welcome.
They also brew their own beer and dare I say, it was the finest beer we tasted in our whole coast-2-coast road trip!
Had a great lunch at Three Rivers Eatery today. Fish and Chips and a flight of the beers. Good sized portions, great service, in a fun atmosphere.
The beer at Three Rivers Brewery is some of the best that I have had after visiting 7 different breweries on my tour of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. We had the pleasure of trying seven different beers and I really liked six of them, that is pretty amazing odds. On the top of my list of beers/ciders that I liked was the Coconut Wheat, Heavy Medicine, and the Red Apple Flyer Cider. The Pineberry IPA and Papa Bear's Golden Honey were also very favorable beers.
The service we had was also amazing. Our waiter was Will and he worked very hard to make our visit enjoyable. He also took the time to discuss the beers with us and to provide us with more information about the brewery. The kitchen cranked out the food in an amazing short wait and everything came out as ordered.
For food, if you order the side salad instead of your main side the one dollar up charge is worth it. The salad had a lot of variety to it including micro greens. The dressing saw lite and came on the side. I had the french dip which if I had to do it again, I would have added the onions and mushrooms to but it is definitely a meat eaters delight.
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Three Rivers Eatery
- Wed: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Sun: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
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