Restauranteurs provide exciting new options for downtown diners. Two new restaurants open in restored buildings in the Creative District.
Royse’s Black Jack Steakhouse opened quietly after months of negotiations with the city inspector and innovative adjustments to the historic Black Jack’s bar and grill. Now completing their soft opening and building a steady stream of admiring locals and tourists, Marsha and Jim Royse bring a Texas rancher feel to this wild west staple. Check out the Royse’s Black Jack Steakhouse Facebook page for photos of the variety of choices and specials served up for lunch and dinner and the historic bar beverage options. Look for Black Jack’s at 225 W. Main St., 719-846-3437.
Braving the challenge of the Commercial St closure for infrastructure repair, Double D’s Grill opened quietly at 422 N. Commercial a couple of weeks ago. Standing behind the Double D motto: Double the food, Double the service, Double the goodness, patrons are thrilled with the additional promise to stay open seven days a week from early morning to 10 pm. An amazing challenge for any restaurant in a small town, Double D’s can now be the answer to the tourist question, “Where can we find a place to eat on Sunday and late in the evening?”
Trinidad is becoming that place that has something for everyone. Congratulations to our Creative Entrepreneurs!