The Gold Pan Saloon is the oldest operating bar in Summit County. Built in 1879, it is also one of Colorado’s oldest bars. The saloon serves delicious eggs, omelets, griddle dishes, burritos and green chili for breakfast; appetizers, salads and sandwiches for lunch; and a happy-hour menu. Warm up by the wood stove and admire the huge mirror behind the bar, the mahogany Brunswick back bar and a huge safe used by prospectors to lock up gold in the old mining days.
Important Notice Pertaining to COVID-19
Hotels are permitted to reopen in Summit County beginning June 1. Short-term rentals remain prohibited under the Colorado public health order. Restaurants remain takeout only. Summit County has requested a
variance, but it has not yet been approved by the state.
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