IDAHO SPRINGS RESTAURANTS
Idaho Springs offers a lot of interesting dining options to choose from. For an authentic western dining experience, check out the Westbound & Down / The Buffalo Restaurant and Bar. Located in the heart of gold mining country, the Buffalo restaurant is a combination of four buildings each with their own rich history and legend. The main building is the core and the others serve as feed stores, hotels, and a recording studio. There is also an antique back bar where Billy the Kid was a frequent visitor. Staying true to an antique western atmosphere, the Buffalo Restaurant houses one of the most incredible collections of antique signs in the area. For a different dining option, visitors should stop by the Tommyknocker brewery and restaurant. Here, visitors can taste countless craft beers while dining in an old school mountain town brewery. The Tommyknocker is famous for its delicious craft beers and homemade sodas. The menu is perfect for all ages and tastes and is the perfect place to take the family after a fun filled day in the Rocky Mountain outdoors.
BUENA VISTA RESTAURANTS
Dining in the Buena Vista area is sure to be a treat as there are many options for all tastes. The Eddyline restaurant and Brewpub is an excellent option for those looking for tasty craft beers and a casual atmosphere. The menu at Eddyline is perfect as it offers a wide variety of dishes that would please even the pickiest eater. Each dish is presented beautifully and generously proportioned. All dishes come at a very affordable price making this dining option and all around great value.
Aspen is home to a great bounty of delicious cuisine including The Red Onion. This restaurant was born at the height of the silver boom in 1892 when Tom Latta built the two-story structure on Cooper Avenue.
With over 60 restaurants in a town with a year round population of 4,500, Breckenridge has a wide variety of wonderful dining options including sushi, pizza, pasta and traditional pub food.
Swing by Mother Daughters Bistro & Bar while in Buena Vista – a great neighborhood bistro that is a family owned and operated.
Whether you are looking for a quick breakfast before heading to the mountain or want to enjoy a nice dinner with friends, Copper has many cafes and restaurants to meet your hunger needs. Options range from standard American fare to Mexican, Irish, barbeque and more.
If you’re craving some delicious food after your day out on the hill, head to Dillon for of nourishment after a day of adventure.
While you are visiting you will want to go to the Keystone restaurants that have the best local ambiance to get a true feel for the mountain town.