Nestled in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, The Lost Cajun is a delightful restaurant where the flavors of Louisiana blend with the charm of the Rocky Mountains. Owned by Amanda and Eddie Tobin, this eatery is a beloved gathering place for locals and visitors.
A Match Made in the Kitchen:
Amanda and Eddie Tobin's love story began at The Lost Cajun. Amanda worked as a friendly waiter, while Eddie honed his cooking skills. Their shared passion for Cajun cuisine brought them together, and their love grew stronger over time.
A Culinary Dream Come True:
After getting married, Amanda and Eddie set out to make their dreams come true. They bought The Lost Cajun, preserving its authentic flavors and welcoming atmosphere. Their hard work and love for Cajun food made the restaurant a local favorite.
Cajun Delights and Warm Hospitality:
At The Lost Cajun, Amanda and Eddie serve up a tempting menu of traditional Cajun dishes. From gumbo to jambalaya, each plate is bursting with flavor. But it's not just about the food – the restaurant exudes warmth and hospitality, creating a relaxing dining experience.
In Pagosa Springs, The Lost Cajun is a place where love and food come together. Amanda and Eddie Tobin's journey from waiter and cook to owners adds a special touch to every dish. With its delicious Cajun cuisine and heartfelt hospitality, The Lost Cajun is a testament to their passion and dedication.
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There's a few restaurants here in Pagosa Springs that have a huge local following. And Rosie's Pizzeria is one of them. So much so that they proceeded on a major expansion this past Fall and Winter to allow more customers to dine in. Owned by Kirk and Audrey Bliss, their motto happens to be "Live and Eat Like a Local". And you can tell as Rosie's strives to deliver consistent and quality food that leaves you satisfied and coming back for more.
Located in Uptown are of Pagosa Springs, their pizza is top-notch. There's thousands of combinations of pizzas that you could order. But they are known for a few specialities like their White Pizza and Supreme Pizza.
But there's also plenty of other items on the menu that make this restaurant more than just a pizza joint. From over ten salads, grilled panini's, subs, and some of the best lasagna you have ever had, you can find something for everyone here. And if you know, you know...there's certain items here that you can order that are not on the menu handed out to patrons. And without a doubt, my favorite off-menu item has to be "Paul's Knot's" - a version of the their garlic knot's that spices it up a bit.
Rosie's Pizzeria recently expanded their restaurant, nearly doubling in size. It now has a large bar area serving up probably the best beer list in Pagosa Springs. Their taps are constantly rotating and changing to ensure they have plenty of options to offer all beer lovers. Every time you come in, there's always a new IPA or Stout to try out. And Kirk works hard to bring in special beers that may be difficult to find on tap at other restaurants in Colorado.
Rosie's Pizzeria has big plans for the future. From expanding their patio area with a roof overhead, to installing garage doors to bring the outside in, their plans ensure this restaurant will continue to be the place to eat and drink in the Uptown area of Pagosa Springs.