Summit County Restaurants

If variety is the spice of life, then Summit County restaurants are well-seasoned and sure to keep your palate busy. Well-recognized for developing classic American menus overlaid with a Western theme, Summit County restaurant specialties such as thick, juicy steaks, buffalo burgers, Colorado lamb or locally caught trout make a visit here truly authentic. Chefs at Breckenridge restaurants pride themselves on applying creativity to the region’s best local produce, transforming ingredients into the kinds of delicious great plates you’d expect from this rugged area. Some of the heartier breakfasts meant to fuel your activity-filled day right from its start can be found at Frisco restaurants. For those not engaged in adventure sports, lunchtime (in late spring and throughout summer) might find you basking in the sun for an al fresco meal or snack at Dillon restaurants by the marina. Whether you're dashing in and out of retailers at the outlets or looking for sit-down Italian or Indian food, Silverthorne restaurants can satisfy both needs. Dinnertime mountain casual is the fashion here — few ties or fancy heels are in evidence even at upscale locations. Still, a popular Arapahoe Basin restaurant offers fine gourmet food at an unfathomable elevation. Most local restaurants offer some vegetarian and gluten-free selections. During busy times of the year, you will want to phone ahead for dinner reservations.

Taste the Ethnic Flavors of Summit County’s Restaurants

Going beyond the multicultural population of Summit County residents, the variety of ethnic foods you can find here is significant. Choices to sample during your stay include Italian, Irish, Indian, French, Czech, Cajun, Mexican and Asian (sushi, classic dishes and pho) among others. If you like your meal intertwined with history, several Summit County restaurants are located inside buildings dating from the 1800s. Craft beer fans will find plenty to love within the area’s six brewpubs. Dinner can also come with a side order of entertainment: a sleigh ride and cowboy show or fresh ingredients grilled via Asian Teppanyaki.

Summit County Restaurants by Area

Breckenridge | Keystone | Arapahoe Basin | Copper Mountain |  Frisco | Dillon | Silverthorne

Summit Restaurants by Category

Arapahoe Cafe and Pub

Summit County Restaurant
626 Lake Dillon Avenue, Dillon
(970) 468-0873
Bonnie
(970) 468-7553

A Café, as it is called by the locals, has served the residents of Dillon since the mining era. The building, built in the early 1940s, used to reside in old town Dillon and was moved to its current location in 1960 to make room for the lake. Serving homemade breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. It's known for its... read more

A Café, as it is called by the locals, has served the residents of Dillon... read more

Asobi Teppanyaki

Summit County Restaurant
110 S. Park Avenue, Breckenridge
(970) 547-2862

Bring your family and friends to Asobi Teppanyaki for a hearty meal and a fun way to experience dining. Hibachi or Teppanyaki is the Japanese style of cuisine in which diners gather around the iron table griddle and interact with the food preparation. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and the extensive Asian fusion menus will satisfy a variety of culinary cravings. Complement... read more

Bring your family and friends to Asobi Teppanyaki for a hearty meal and a fun... read more

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center

Summit County Restaurant
620 Village Road, Breckenridge
(970) 453-6000
(800) 265-3560

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center has everything a family could want in one spot. Located at the base of Peak 9 of the Breckenridge Ski Resort, the mountains and downtown are just steps away. With more than 500 options for slope-side rooms, guests can choose between staying in hotel rooms, studios, one- or two-bedroom condos or specialty suites. Amenities like the resort’s multiple swimming... read more

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center has everything a family could want in one spot.... read more

BoLD Restaurant and Bar

Summit County Restaurant
505 S. Main Street, Breckenridge
(970) 423-5150

BoLD is a Mediterranean-style restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Main Street Station eatery is decorated with more than 1,000 books for color and atmosphere. BoLD focuses on freshness (no pre-made foods) and fast service, so customers can enjoy a healthy, quick bite before, during and after work. BoLD also offers daily vegetarian and vegan options and a happy hour.... read more

BoLD is a Mediterranean-style restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Main Street... read more

Breckenridge Distillery

Summit County Restaurant
1925 Airport Road, Breckenridge
(970) 771-3251
137 S. Main Street, Breckenridge
(970) 547-9759

Breckenridge Distillery owns two spots in Breckenridge — one for tasting and one for dining. The company is true to its Colorado roots, using Rocky Mountain snowmelt, Western slope fruits and local ingredients whenever possible. The downtown tasting room is a great spot to try some of the delicious bourbon, whiskey, gin, vodka, spiced rum and aperitif bitters the distillery has to offer. It's also... read more

Breckenridge Distillery owns two spots in Breckenridge — one for tasting and one for dining.... read more

Endo's Adrenaline Café

Summit County Restaurant
209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain
(970) 968-3070

Endo’s is the quintessential apres ski bar with a happy-mountain vibe. Pull in this base-of-the-mountain rest stop for a hot toddy, or sit outside for people-watching and revelry. This spacious sports bar offers nachos, burgers, fish tacos and daily drink specials. Lunch and dinner are served, with indoor and outdoor seating available. The front-and-center patio has great views of the half-pipe action next to the... read more

Endo’s is the quintessential apres ski bar with a happy-mountain vibe. Pull in this base-of-the-mountain... read more

Fatty's Pizzeria

Summit County Restaurant
106 S. Ridge Street, Breckenridge
(970) 453-9802

Opened in 1975, Fatty’s Pizzeria is a locally owned and operated business that has a history as rich as its menu. The restaurant building dates back to the late 19th century and was part of a drinking triangle from the '70s and '80s known as the Devils Triangle. Now Fatty’s serves lunch and dinner with a hearty menu consisting of pizza, salads, sandwiches, gyros, pasta... read more

Opened in 1975, Fatty’s Pizzeria is a locally owned and operated business that has a... read more

Giampietro Pasta & Pizzeria

Summit County Restaurant
100 N. Main Street, Unit 212, Breckenridge
(970) 453-3838

Giampietro Pasta & Pizzeria brings Italy to the Rockies with genuine Italian food. The family-style Italian options are all homemade and can be eaten in house, ordered as take-out or delivered for lunch and dinner. The beer and wine offerings, along with the assortment of espresso beverages and desserts, add to the authenticity of this Italian restaurant. 

inxpot

Summit County Restaurant
195 River Run Road, Keystone
(970) 262-3707

The inxpot is a coffeehouse, bar and bookshop all wrapped into one comfortable place to drink, read and relax. The atmosphere is perfect for hanging out with locals and friends or for grabbing a quick bite on the way to the mountain. This hip little shop is located in the heart of River Run Village, so you can’t miss it on the way to the... read more

The inxpot is a coffeehouse, bar and bookshop all wrapped into one comfortable place to... read more

Kenosha Steakhouse

Summit County Restaurant
301 S. Main Street, Breckenridge
(970) 453-7313

Kenosha Steakhouse is a classic steakhouse that sells fine 100% Angus beef, steaks, burgers, house-smoked barbecue, fish, sandwiches, soups and other high-quality entrees and appetizers. The steakhouse also has more than 30 beers on tap along with wine and cocktails to drink with dinner.

Log Cabin Cafe

Summit County Restaurant
121 Main Street, Frisco
(970) 668-3947

Nestled between the shops and boutiques on Main Street, you’ll find the Log Cabin Cafe, which has been perfecting the breakfast scene for more than 30 years. Here you will find hearty, home-style meals with a menu that covers just about all the comfort food you could want for breakfast and lunch. Lunch dishes are rich in tradition and flavor and served seven days a... read more

Nestled between the shops and boutiques on Main Street, you’ll find the Log Cabin Cafe,... read more

Moe's Original Bar B Que

Summit County Restaurant
110 S. Ridge Street, Breckenridge
(970) 423-6459

Moe’s Original Bar B Que is known for its award-winning Alabama-style pulled pork and ribs with special sauces and Southern-favorite sides, but it also serves poultry, fish sandwiches and platters prepared from recipes passed down for generations. Moe’s offers pick-up, drop-off, set-up and full-service catering.