No Name Grill coming in 2009
NO NAME, Colo. Transforming a former mobile-home park into a resort has been no easy task.Even when construction ends this summer, there’s more to be done before Glenwood Canyon Resort can lock up the tool shed.The final phase, or chapter, in the construction process at the No Name business will be building the No Name Grill.This will be a multi-purpose, 2,500-square-foot facility that will offer visitors food, liquor, a deck with exquisite views, and a place where family reunions can gather. It will also give the resort the opportunity to hold weddings.For now, the No Name Grill is on the front burner but won’t be boiling until spring of 2009.”We decided to take a break from construction and take next summer off,” co-owner Kevin Schneider said, adding that it will give both the employees and the customers a break from the ongoing construction.”This will really allow us to have a one-stop shop,” General Manager Ken Murphy said.Schneider said that’s the goal: “We will be self-contained.”Besides having a restaurant on site, the facility will offer visitors movies, an outdoor grill and a large gathering place.The last piece of the puzzle will create the environment that Schneider envisioned when he started the project more than 10 years ago.”In 1995, we looked at what we wanted to do. We knew things had to change. We either had to upgrade the mobile-home park or go in a different direction,” he added.Murphy said the anticipation is building, saying the resort is already taking reservations at the No Name Grill for the summer of 2009.
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