Silverthorne Restaurants

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In addition to well-loved, national brand restaurants, Silverthorne is home to a burgeoning restaurant scene. From craft beers to authentic ethnic eats, the options are growing and gaining rave reviews. Whether you’re a foodie with a penchant for spice, and a baked goods aficionado, there is no shortage of options in Silverthorne. Here’s a sampling.

Bakers’ Brewery. Opened in 2015 by brewmaster Cory Forster and Stephanie Sadler, this craft brewery and bakery combo regularly unveils select brews served with house-baked bread. The delicious food goes beyond traditional pub fare.

Bamboo Garden. A cornerstone in Silverthorne, Bamboo Garden offers a modern take on classic Chinese cuisine, using high-quality, fresh ingredients.

Blue Moon Baking Company. Come hungry. Serving traditional breakfasts like egg sandwiches and bagels and lox and a range of soups, salads and sandwiches for lunch, the Blue Moon Bakery’s savory options hit the spot. But it’s the bakery’s pastries and cakes that will make you a customer for life.

Carniceria La Perla. Come for the Chili Rellenos, stay for all the other delicious, authentic Mexican options on the menu at this popular, affordable diner.

Fiesta Jalisco. Authentic Mexican food and locally owned, Fiesta Jalisco’s extensive menu features classic dishes and killer margs.

JJ Chinese Cuisine. Family owned and operating, JJs offers the finest in Chinese, Cantonese, and Mandarin Cuisine, featuring a lunch buffet and dinner table service.

Mint Steaks and Seafood. Grill your own steaks and choose your sides and salads at this popular, family-friendly establishment.

Mountain Lion Café. Abundant portions, delicious food, and low prices are trademarks at this beloved café serving breakfast and lunch.

Murphy’s Food and Spirits. A vibrant Irish restaurant and pub, Murphy’s brings together good cheer, good beer, and great food at affordable prices.

Nepal Restaurant. Summit County’s premier, family-owned Himalayan Restaurant offers a range of Indian and Tibetan cuisine. Entrees are served family style and are traditionally shared.

Nick N Willy’s. Grab a slice of gourmet ‘za at the counter, or take a pre-made pizza to cook at home.

Pho Noodles. Delight your taste buds and warm your core with a savory, rich noodle bowl, buns, spring rolls and more from Pho Noodle Café, an authentic Vietnamese eatery.

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks. The food is as sumptuous as the views at Raven, open for lunch daily, May through October. Raven also offers breakfast and dinner on weekends.

Red Buffalo Coffee & Tea. Founded in 2010 with the intention to build community around excellent coffee, tea, and food, Red Buffalo is a must-visit. Serving some of the best coffee and tea in mountain country, delectable baked goods, and sandwiches, Red Buffalo always satisfies.

Sauce on the Blue. Silverthorne’s newest Italian restaurant serves up traditional pasta dishes and pizza that are as nourishing as the views of the Blue River and beyond.

Sunshine Café. The portions come big and the food is homemade at this bustling breakfast and lunch spot. An excellent choice for fueling up before a big day of adventure.