Comfort Suites Summit County
276 Dillon Ridge Road
Dillon, CO 80435
Phone: (970) 513-0300
Fax: (970) 513-0330
276 Dillon Ridge Road, Dillon, CO, US, 80435
- Phone: (970) 513-0300
- Fax: (970) 513-0330
Of the many breweries in Summit County, Dillon Dam Brewery seems to rise above the rest. They serve up excellent brew house eats from wraps, pastas, and specialty burgers made from beef, chicken, veggie or buffalo (try the Zurich: smoked bacon, guacamole, and gruyere) to gourmet meat entrees such as “Taj Mahal Osso-Bucco" and “San Luis Pepper Duck.” Rock out to live music on Thursdays during the main summer and winter seasons, or sit outside and take in mountain views from the beer garden. And the highlight, of course, their extensive list of award winning home brews from summer ales to the “Damn Straight Lager.”
When the border is just too far of a drive, this is where the town of Dillon gets their grub. Chock full of all your favorite Mexican specialties from burritos, chorizo, fish taco's, and chile rellenos, your appetite for great, cheap food will be satisfied. Situated directly across from the Dillon Ridge Marketplace, Chimayo is smack dab in the middle of all your shopping so you can grab a bite even when you're on the go. They are also open for breakfast when you just can't wait. So, are you ready for the highlight of your day?
Straddling the line somewhere between an upscale dining experience and a sports bar atmosphere, Red Mountain Grill is the place husbands take their wives when they have no idea where to go. However, ladies, you won't be disappointed. The soft lighting creates a romantic atmosphere and the menu offers a variety of salads and other items for the more refined palate. And fellas, if you're lost in your conversation, take a look at one of the ten HDTV's located throughout the restaurant playing the game that you're probably missing. Don't worry about what to eat, either. They've got your steak, rib, and sandwich needs covered!
The Arapahoe Cafe, or "Pub Down Under" as it might be reason to locals, is a favorite of the residents of Dillon. Despite its formidable name, the hospitality and attitude is anything but aggressive. They serve all your favorite snacks in a casual atmosphere. From burgers, sandwiches, sundaes, and steaks, its all here. The restaurant sits in an old building that was spared when a reservoir was created in the area, flooding everything around. Therefore you might be hard pressed to find a seat without a water view.
After hitting the slopes, try hitting Pug Ryan's in Dillon. This place has your daily protein allowance covered in the form of succulent prime rib, juicy steaks cooked to order, and enough ribs to feed an army. However, most patrons don't come here for the meat. They choose of the five specially-prepared house brews to compliment that perfect steak. Most of the brews are award-winning with Morningwood Wheat being the local favorite. It even won the Silver Medal at the 2003 Great American Beer Festival! So put down that can of Keystone and pop open a beer that actually tastes good!
If you're from New Jersey, you know a good pizza when you see one. Chances are, you know a good cheesesteak, calzone, and sub sandwich, too. Straight out of the Garden State, Jersey Boys, a family owned-and-operated business makes 'em just how you remember, with a little added love, of course. As they say, "It's All About The Food," so even if the service is a little shady, you're still guaranteed a great meal. You might want to wash it down with a nice cold beer, to finish it off.
Visit Silverheels for an evening of good service and good food, in a simple environment. The menu features fresh seafood and hand-cut steak. A variety of dishes, there's something for every palette. The staff is pleasant and efficient and will ensure you are well-attended.
For a traditional Italian meal, cooked by home-style recipes, walk into Tuscato Ristorante Italiano. This restaurant comes highly recommended by the locals. For the food as well as happy hours. A Ask for the children’s menu and the daily special. Seafood dishes are a must order here, with the calamari topping the list.
Blue Spruce Inn has been a tradition in Summit County since the 1940's. First as an Inn, the Blue Spruce saw a good deal of travelers as it was located along the highway between Dillon and Breckenridge. Its current location, in Frisco just off highway 70 on the way to Breckenridge, makes it an ideal stop on your way in or out of town. Wet your whistle in their historic saloon before your main course off their hearty menu in a “mountain casual” atmosphere of steaks, seafood and pastas.
When in Keystone, the Wolf Rock Steakhouse is a great option for a dinner meal, unfortunately the restaurant does not open for lunch. If you're lucky to get here early, try out the delicious prime rib! Delicious and cooked to perfection, this runs out pretty easily. The restaurant is also known for serving some great fresh seafood dishes. A kids menu and happy hours are also available. The restaurant remains closed between April and June, please check the website before venturing.
Located next to the City Market, Windy City Pizza is a favorite dining spot among locals and visitors alike. This family-friendly joint serves an array of pizzas, calzones, a variety of sub sandwiches and much more. Windy City Pizza also features a kids menu and free delivery.
Sevens Restaurant, located at the base of Peak 7, is convenient for the visitors who have been skiing on the peak. One can expect great service here, which is only accentuated by the friendly staff. Try one of their pizzas and nachos, or wings to stuff up after a hard day on the slopes, and be sure to share as the quantity is certainly large. You can also down a few cocktails, with the Bloody Mary being the most popular drink.