227 Midland Ave.
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Val's Gourmet Menu
Val's gourmet is known for their awsome deli sandwiches. Dinner entrees to go and a large variety of fresh made salads. Huge deli case serving organic, no antibiotic, no hormone meats, and fresh wild fish. Also serves Italian gelatos.
Gourmet specialty items, imported cheeses, basalmics, and olive oils round out the shop for serious foodies. Small indoor seating area and beautiful outdoor courtyard steps away from the Roaring Fork River.
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May 16, 2012
Val's is my favorite lunch spot in Basalt!!! There are so many options...sandwhiches, salads, soups & more!! The ingredients are ALWAYS fresh & i'm always happy w/what I choose! I even stop in to pick up things for dinner...the twice baked potato is my favorite! There is a nice atmosphere and outside seating which is lovely on a sunny mountain day!! Not too expensive either!
March 7, 2011
I just want to say that i have NEVER had a bad interaction w/ Val. She makes the best sandwiches and soups in town. They use the freshest ingredients and it's always fast, courteous service.
January 27, 2011
I'm sending out a WARNING about Val's Gourmet. I went in there today, and cannot believe the disgraceful lack of courtesy and blatent unpleasantness that I got from Val, the owner. I've never experienced such attitude like that from anyone in the service industry. I should have walked out. I'm surprised this business is still in operation. I spoke with other locals who have also been at sharp end of her rudeness. Its so sad, Basalt is such a lovely little town, and there's a real gap in the market for a good deli/specialty grocers. I'd rather shop at Clarks market. Have any other readers been there and experienced anything similar?