The historic Town of Georgetown is the Territorial Charter Municipality that is the county seat of Clear Creek County, Colorado, United States. The former silver mining camp along Clear Creek in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains was established in 1859 during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. The federally designated Georgetown-Silver Plume Historic District comprises Georgetown, the neighboring town of Silver Plume, and the Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park between the two towns. The town population was 1,034 at the 2010 census. The Georgetown Post Office has the ZIP code 80444.
Things to do in Georgetown
4 based on 47 reviews
Swung in after doing the train ride between Silver Plume and Georgetown. It was a little intimidating walking into what was basically a little shack. A single gentleman was working. No one else was in there. We ordered the greek pizza with chicken. He took our order and we paid. He said all of 5 words. So I wasn't real sure what kind of place we had gotten into. We sat outside where you get to look up at a beautiful mountainside. When the pizza showed up it was a masterful thin crust with tons of flavor. The dude knew what he was doing back there! If you like a good thin crust pizza, I would recommend hitting this place. I can't wait to go back to try a red sauce pizza. It's a unique place with some good food. It doesn't look like much from the outside or the inside for that matter but worth it for the food.
5 based on 104 reviews
Locally owned bakery featuring freshly made cupcakes, pastries, and other seasonal delights. Please call in advance to order custom cakes or reserve your cinnamon rolls. Gift certificates available. NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS!
Once again while I was visiting my sister in Denver we went to Georgetown to get the cinnamon rolls at Cake. We decided these are the best cinnamon rolls we have ever had! Light and fluffy with delicious cream cream icing they really melt in...MoreIt was lovely chatting with you, thank you.
4.5 based on 338 reviews
Our group of four recently stopped in Georgetown, CO for dinner after a day of skiing. We enjoyed great service, wonderful wine, and delicious food. Although this was the first visit for two of us, we'll certainly return soon. The prices are reasonable ($13.00 for lasagna which includes a small salad and a piece of toasted bread) and there is plenty of free parking.
5 based on 88 reviews
Victorian Tea and Lunch Room in an historic Victorian town, Georgetown. 30 different teas to choose from. All food made in house.
Excellent food, the ambiance was amazing, super fun for adults and grade school kids and older!
Beautiful Victorian decor and the staff was so accommodating , helpful and friendly too!
We met some friends there to celebrate a 9 yr old's bday. And let me tell u it was fantastic! They offered many fancy and beautiful hats u can wear during our high noon tea! And they even offers picture of your group that is taken during your tea! They're only $5!!!! What a wonderful keepsake!
From melt in your mouth scones, delish cucumber sandwiches, delectable chocolates, to meat pies and more!
U r also given a choice of stories to choose from....I won't spoil the surprise..let's just say we found the story of Annie to be fun!
All in all we can't wait to go back and celebrate yet another bday!
It's an afternoon u won't forget!
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Georgetown is an authentic and darling old fashioned mining town with lots of history and great little shops. We had taken a walk and desired a sweet treat. We were a group of six, visited the ice cream shop that had a long line, which is always a good sign - we tried many different and varied flavors. Each and every person in the group raved about their choices. We look forward to returning! Their homemade candy and popcorn looked delicious, too, though I have to admit we did not try it. Next time!
4 based on 334 reviews
Renovated victorian 1800's property with a large (seasonal) outdoor patio. Wine, beer, cocktails. Vegetarian and gluten free options available. Breakfast all day!
We were sight-seeing in the Georgetown area and spotted this restaurant around lunch time It had great Yelp ratings and we decided to give it a try. We weren't disappointed. Three of our group had the French dip sandwiches while I opted for the mountain...MoreThank you for the nice review Jim. Our goal for every customer is to provide an excellent homemade meal with a great service experience. We hope you come again! Mike.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Cooper's on the Creek is a casual gastropub serving high quality food in a warm and comfortable atmosphere.Embracing the Colorado lifestyle diners can choose from a selection of steaks; chops and fresh fish at dinner as well as inventive bar snacks to pair with 10 rotating craft beers and hand crafted artisan cocktails. Cooper's has fare for people craving a high end evening or guests wanting snacks and drinks while visiting lovely Georgetown!
We loved the location and the atmosphere of this restaurant but found the food and service uneven. We were seated on the back patio at a high table. Servers were slow to attend to us. We ordered drinks, burger and fries, and mussels. Burger and fries were good, mussels were awful (we sent them back and the waiter seemed to agree), drinks were fine. Next time (and there probably will be a next time because we drive through Georgetown quite a lot) we would probably have burgers inside at the bar and not expect more.
4 based on 307 reviews
Went there relying on Trip Advisor, disappointed. Granted it was late, 8:00PM, but the place was full of ratty looking people, server was not nice, the basic chips and salsa bad. Drinks were without booze, Margarheta weak and poorly made. Slow service, food was luke warm and not served well. Short on flavor and tastye
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Stopped here on July 22. Not our favorite spot we have tried. The prices were high for breakfast and it took approximately 90 minutes to get seated, served, and checked out - which was a long time just for breakfast on the road. It seemed like there was only one cook and for sure only one server. Food was decent. My only other complaint was the two flies who decided to have a fight in my gravy. That was not the fault of the restaurant, but maybe some way to keep the flies out might be needed.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
We are Mother Daughter owned and operated since 2011. Our Pasta Sauces, Meatballs, Sausage, Lasagna, and Dressings are all House-made using Our Family's Old-World recipes. Troia's offers you a Family-Friendly Dining Experience with a Small Bar, Live Music Friday and Saturday's evenings, and Daily specials.
We were headed through Georgetown on route to Guanella Pass and wanted to stop in for lunch before the trek, especially with our almost one year old son.
Be careful with parking in Georgetown, it can be a nightmare.
Walking past, they had a chalkboard sign out front that said Fish & Chips (which I always love), so we stopped in.
In looking at the menu, the place is all Italian so the Fish & Chips didn't make sense. I figured the server would mention it but didn't so the Fish & Chips is still a mystery.
I ordered a beer with soup and salad. Wife ordered a ham and cheese sandwich.
The server dropped off a bottle of water with no glasses.
The place was busy, no doubt but its a small little cafe with what looked like adequate servers.
Ar 15 minutes in, the water glasses finally showed up. No beer.
At 20 minutes in, the sandwich and my little cup of soup arrive. No beer, asked about it, they were out of what I wanted so I switched the order.
At 40 minutes in, we had to grab the servers attention and mention the missing salad, and beer.
At about 45 minutes in, my tiny salad finally arrives, when we where done with everything else. Again no beer.
I understand when places are busy but almost an hour for a basic salad and never getting a drink order was ridiculous.
The food was pretty good and it was a cute little restaurant but they have a big serving issue.
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