Silverthorne in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Silverthorne with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 470 reviews
Sunshine Cafe is a locals favorite for over 30 years. Consistently a top breakfast and lunch destination with the credibility of being awarded the "best breakfast" in Summit County, CO by the Summit Daily for the past 5 years straight. Friendly staff and a wide menu variety are the hallmarks of the Sunshine!
Always consistent. The Sunshine Cafe has probably the best breakfast in Dillon. My first visit here was probably eight years ago, apart from expanding, nothing much has changed. Friendly staff, good size portions and reasonably priced. The only drawback is, unless you get there really early, there will most definitely be a waiting period.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We are a little gourmet hole in the wall, located on the mezzanine of 119 East La Bonte. One block up from the amphitheater, we are currently serving lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday
This small "off the beaten path" cafe was a wonderful surprise! The decor is basic but warm and inviting. The friendly enthusiastic staff and amazing food make this a place we will definitely visit again.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Blue Moon Bakery was recommended to us, and it was well worth the visit! We ordered two different sandwiches and both were delicious. Then we ordered their "Whoopie Pie" for dessert, a New England favorite, and it was great! Don't miss this little jewel!
4.5 based on 75 reviews
A community oriented coffee and tea shop that seeks to provide exceptional service and quality products to Silverthorne's residents and visitors.Come in for your favorite espresso drink, loose leaf tea, or morning breakfast snack. Use our free wireless internet or in-house computer/printing station. Enjoy our front and back patio with easy free parking and free bus transportation.
Great coffee PLUS 30 varieties of loose leaf tea; not easy to find this combination. Inside full of a variety of wooden tables and chairs, plus a great Blue River side patio out back. Friendly service, tasty pastries.Thank you for your review! We are very proud of our coffee and TEA selections. Because "anonymous green/black tea or chamomile/peppermint" are not ideal choices for tea drinkers, we make sure that we carry a quality choice for EVERYONE!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe has been in business for about 40 years. It is the local's and tourist's favorite spot for breakfast and lunch. Every recipe is handcrafted from scratch in our kitchen and we bake everything fresh daily in our bakery. We also offer cappuccino, vanilla skinny lattes, homemade bloody marys and bubbly mimosas! We have been VOTED #1 by Trip advisor, Yelp and Urbanspoon for 4 years in a row, due to our friendly service, efficient kitchen, reasonable prices and most importantly, great food! We offer both full table service and quick counter service for those in a hurry. Our goal is to bring you the best breakfast and lunch experience around. Come check us out today, you won't be disappointed!
Friendly service in a down home environment. Food is both creative and yummy! Everything is fresh and perfect. You won’t leave hungry...... yet, you should take home some cookies for later!
I’m a local fan. I especially like to come after kayaking for brunch. Hey..... who wouldn’t like a mimosa with a casual meal?
4.5 based on 301 reviews
My friends and I stopped here for breakfast on our way back from Steamboat Springs. I had altitude sickness and didn't feel very good, so my food options were limited to oatmeal and toast. They staff was friendly enough, but there was no room for a group larger than 4 without a chair on the end blocking the aisle. I opted for sitting at the bar, instead. It was nice enough for my options. It's a good option when in town, but there isn't much parking!
4.5 based on 813 reviews
The Arapahoe Cafe has served Summit County, Colorado since 1945 and offers great food, reasonable prices and friendly service. Stop by our website to see our awards, great menu items and our unique history.We smoke our own award-winning BBQ and our catering service, Bonnie Q BBQ Roadhouse Room & Catering Company, offers on or off-site catering.Q So Good It'll Make Your Big Toe Wiggle!
Haven’t been here in a few years but I always remembered the trout
Super simple place looks like a log cabin diner
A little worn out looking but that service was quick and friendly
The food speaks for it self
Lots of options for everyone, great place for families
I am actually going back today with a friend
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Yep, stopped in here on a whim as we were passing through. The caramel apples are perfect -- and the best part is they will slice them for you so you can eat them without too much of a mess. The truffles are phenomenal and so were the peanut butter fingers. Service could be a bit friendlier, but the treats were wonderful nonetheless.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Sauce on the Blue is a Family Pizzeria and Italian Eatery located right on the Blue River in Silverthorne, Colorado. With an old world influenced style, our menu offers a complete selection of Italian dishes to satisfy your palette. From classic favorites like Spaghetti Bolonese to more contemporary dishes such as our Penne Gorgonzola, we've got something for everyone!
It's hidden in a strip center. You walk in and say "WOW". Impressive, high ceilinged Western decor. We ordered drinks and antipasti, the waitress volunteered to bring the dishes out sequentially so they would be hot when eaten. Shrimp scampi were perfectly cooked in a...MoreThanks for the detailed review on your dining experience with us! It's great to know that we can impress a food conscious diner like yourself. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
4 based on 1 reviews
We are an American-style restaurant serving lunch, dinner, and a kids' menu. Regionally sourced meats and produce anchor our large menu. We weave beer into our recipes and design our food to pair with our brews. We try to offer something for everyone. That's why we have such a large menu and brew beers from the very pale to the very dark. And we do give a Dam about dietary restrictions - so we offer gluten friendly and vegetarian options.
Stopped in at the Brewery after a day of skiing at Keystone. Although I was staying in Breckenridge, I chose to eat at the Brewery after reading many positive reviews on this site. I was not disappointed. The Brewery sits back from the main commercial stretch in Dillion, so that you have to really look for it or risk driving right by it. The restaurant/bar area consists of a large atrium-style room with high chairs and dining tables in the side rooms. There is an upstairs area containing more tables with large windows that frame the Dillion dam and mountains in the background. I didn’t order any beer or alcoholic drinks on my visit. I tend to get sick when drinking at high altitudes-so I avoid it. Thus I can’t comment on any of their microbrewery beers. My dinner/lunch consisted of a bbq-style, grilled chicken sandwich served with fries. The person that I was dining with (brother) ordered their “mountain man” Mac-n-Cheese (which I sampled and we decided to order nachos as an appetizer. Let me start off by saying that the regular order of nachos is huge. It basically consisted of a Turkey platter of warm tortilla chips covered with cheese, a variety of tomatoes, peppers and jalapeños and pulled pork. It also came with salsa for dipping. They were fine but way too much for a party of two. Although the restaurant does not “skimp” on the toppings, there were simply just too many chips on the platter for two people to eat them all. We ended up eating all of the toppings and leaving a plate full of chips. If you’d going to order this appetizer, make sure that you have a large party. My chicken sandwich was fine. A large, grilled chicken breast served on a bun with cheese, bbq sauce and crispy onions. It was about medium-sized but I had trouble finishing it after the nachos. It came w/fries-which I did not touch since I was too full. I had a chance to sample the Mac-n-Cheese. The order, itself is generous and comes in a large bowl. I really didn’t care for it because it’s made with beer cheese, which I’ve always felt was a little strong, flavor-wise. That’s not to say that it’s a bad dish, I’m just not a fan of beer cheese. All-all, we left the Brewery completely stuffed for less than 50 bucks. I’d definitely dine there again.
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