Yes, "The Big Man" is known for his enjoyment of milk and cookies while he delivers all those toys across the world, but Colorado has one restaurant that he'd probably love a meal at.

I would like to think that Santa really likes a great meal - either before the Christmas Eve run (to build up his energy) or after (to celebrate a job well done.) Mrs. Claus probably enjoys a night out, as well. Why not check out a restaurant that's probably right up Kris Kringle's alley?

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Bringing all those toys to good boys and girls puts a smile on Santa's face, much like the enjoyment of a very satisfying meal. Cookies and milk can only go so far, right?

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It occurred to me, that this restaurant in Windsor, Colorado definitely should be on Santa's radar. Hint: How does Santa get those presents under the three?

THE COLORADO RESTAURANT THAT SANTA CLAUS SHOULD CHECK OUT

In the heart of Downtown Windsor, is a restaurant that has been around since 2007, in a building that dates back to the late 1800s. It's a somewhat "upscale" restaurant, but I'm sure Santa and Mrs. Claus will be OK with that.

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The restaurant in Colorado that Santa should dine at is Chimney Park. "Chimney," it's perfect, isn't it?

Plus, Chimney Park is a multi-award-winning restaurant from owner/chef Jason Shaeffer, who also owns and runs Windsor's popular Hearth restaurant, which is just a couple of blocks away from Chimney Park.

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Chimney Park gets its name from Windsor's own Chimney Park, which in turn was named after the Great Western Sugar Company's chimney. That chimney served the company for 65 years.

I imagine Santa and Mrs. Claus sitting down for a delightful dinner; perhaps featuring some New England sea scallops and a big Angus beef tenderloin.

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