Dillon, CO restaurants never have a bad view or seat in the house with overlooking nearby Lake Dillon and the surrounding majestic mountains.
Red Mountain Grill is a Dillon favorite for burgers, sandwiches, pizza, pasta and more. House specialties include smoked prime rib, St. Louis BBQ ribs, fish-n-chips and pistachio-crusted Rocky Mountain trout.
The restaurant boasts one of the best happy hours in Dillon, with two-for-one select draft beers, well liquors and house wine every Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Happy hour eats include $5 cheese pizzas with $1 toppings and $7.95 wings with a choice of three sauces.
With more than 20 specialty cocktails on the menu, like the flirtini made with Red Bull and Pomegranate, or the Greeg Goddess made with pomegranate vodka, Sierra Mist and sweet-n-sour mix, it's the perfect spot for an afternoon drink after skiing or work, or just because!
Chef's specials also rotate daily and seasonally, so come back often for new and exciting twists on delicious dishes.
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The Dillon Dam Brewery is the largest brewpub in the Colorado Rockies and one of the best family restaurants in Summit County. The brewery serves craft beer— handcrafted ales and lagers and brews about 2,000 barrels per year. It seats 220 people inside with another 60 in the summer beer garden. Large windows look out to the Gore Range. Over 70 menu items plus a kids menu. The largest bison burger menu in the area. Up to 16 beers on tap. To-go beer in growlers, six packs, 22 oz bombers or kegs. An American-style restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Located just off Interstate 70 at Exit 205 Dillon. An easy stopover for anyone heading through Summit County. The restaurant also offers brewery tours, free wi-fi, sports on 11 HD TV’s, live music, live trivia and a collectibles/souvenier shop.
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Arapahoe Cafe and Pub
The Arapahoe Cafe, located in Summit County and nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, is part of the area's rich mining and skiing history. The cafe has been a Colorado classic since 1945. If you're looking for a unique place to enjoy a great meal and friendly atmosphere, the cafe is off the beaten path but just minutes from Keystone Resort, Arapahoe Basin and Breckenridge ski areas.
We cater, too!
We can cater your event, on or off-site, and make it one your guests will remember. We have Summit County's best kept secret for small events: our Roadhouse Room, located just blocks away from the cafe. We've toured this country and searched for unique decor that sets this catering venue apart from the others.
“Welcome to Pug Ryan’s!” These words are often the first you hear as you enter Pug Ryan’s Steakhouse and Brewery in beautiful downtown Dillon. Pug’s is a favorite gathering place for locals and visitors alike. Located just steps away from Lake Dillon, the Dillon Marina and the Dillon Amphitheater, Pug Ryan’s is the heart and soul of the town of Dillon.
Pug Ryan's has consistently been rated as one of the best restaurants in Summit County.
You’ll find Pug Ryan’s in the exciting events all around Dillon, from Dillon Yacht Club regattas, summer concert sponsorship at the Dillon Amphitheater and Barbequing at the annual Barbeque at the Summit.
Pug Ryan’s Steakhouse began in 1975 making it Dillon’s oldest steakhouse.Pouring the first brew on Febuary 1, 1997, Pug’s became the second brewery in Summit County and has provided excellent, award-winning beers ever since.Learn more »
Voted best pizza in Summit County since 2005, best sandwich since they opened, and best Italian restaurant for two years, Jersey Boys offers a taste of something for everyone. If you’re too tired after a long day on the slopes at Keystone, don’t worry, Jersey Boys can deliver to any lodge or room at Keystone Mountain, and anywhere in Dillon or Silverthorne free of charge.
Jersey Boys offers great, unique specials on weeknights, with $6 cheesesteaks on Tuesdays, $5 spaghetti on Wednesdays, and $6 burger and fries on Thursday nights; all specials begin at 4:30 p.m. on the respective days. Come during Happy Hour and grab a slice and a beer for under $5, or make it a night with a pitcher and a pie. Happy Hour runs from 3:30-6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday so there’s plenty of time to claim a PBR pint and cheese slice for $1.75 each.Learn more »