Restaurants in Silverthorne
Silverthorne offers dining to suit everyone’s taste buds. Aside from assorted chain restaurants from Wendy’s to Chipotle, there are delicious local places to grab a bite to eat. Options range from simple family fare to pub food and ethnic cuisine. If Asian is more what you are in the mood for, Nozawa is a memorable dining experience for the whole family with the only teppanyaki in Summit County. Looking to grab some breakfast before you head to the mountain then head to Sunshine Cafe to fuel up before a day outside. Another place that is not to be missed is the Mint Steakhouse where you can cook your own steak exactly how you want it.
In the mood for some Mexican food after a day of skiing? Fiesta Jalisco will hit the spot with their great margaritas and everything from enchiladas to tamales. A great place for families to eat with their reasonably priced menu. You will not have to worry about traveling far, as Fiesta Jalisco is located right in town.
Murphy’s Food and Spirits
This Irish restaurant and pub definitely goes down as a local’s favorite in Summit County. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and serving everything from fish and chips to a wide range of burgers and delicious steaks, they also have a fantastic kids menu that has all of your youngsters favorites including chicken tenders and noodles with butter. Murphy’s offers daily specials as well as happy hour from 3:30 to 6:30. This is a great spot to catch up on all of excitement from the day!
Specializing in Chicago-style pizza, Old Chicago has a large menu to please everyone’s taste buds. While Old Chicago is a chain, this particular store has become a local favorite, and it’s a great place to relax, drink an ice cold beer and share laughs and stories from the day. Looking to catch up on your favorite team? With Old Chicago’s 13 tv’s you’ll never miss out on a game! Be sure to bring the kids along ,as there are also some great arcade games for them to play.
Do you enjoy sushi? Or would you prefer teppanyaki? This Japanese restaurant has over fifty different sushi rolls as well as many other pan-Asian and Thai options, and it serves the only teppanyaki in Summit County. The chefs do a great job of engaging everyone in the cooking process and will cause many smile and laughs! If you plan to go out for teppanyaki do not plan for an ordinary night out at a restaurant, as the food can – and will – start flying at any moment! This will definitely be a memorable dining experience.
Start your day off with a delicious breakfast at this lively cafe before heading to the mountain. With great, classic, breakfast dishes, the entire family will enjoy this local favorite. If you are unable to make it by for breakfast be sure to stop in for lunch for some burgers, sandwiches, great vegetarian options and more. The friendly and attentive staff will be ready to bring a smile to your face will bringing some scrumptious food as well!
The Mint Steakhouse
This historic steakhouse has been in business since 1863! The Mint was actually moved to Silverthorne when they were building the Dillon Dam, since the original location was right in the heart of where Lake Dillon sits today. When you are ready to eat, you get to choose your steak or seafood, then cook it yourself to your exact liking over the lava rock grill. The grill produces 1100 degree fire which quickly sears the meat to lock it the juices and flavors. All entrees come with the all-you-can-eat salad bar, and you can choose a la carte sides, as well.
Blue Moon Bakery
Blue Moon’s mouthwatering sweets are well-known throughout Summit County. From desserts like cupcakes, cookies, and brownies, to breakfast pastries and chocolates, you’ll have no problem satisfying your sweet tooth! Are you gluten-free? Not a problem at Blue Moon, where they have gluten-free sweets and breads. Blue Moon also offers a wide range of savory fare, including breakfast sandwiches and lunch options that include sandwiches, soups, and salads. Grab a breakfast burrito and a cup of coffee – it’s the perfect combination to prepare for a day of skiing.