Silverthorne Restaurants

The Mint

The Mint, in business since 1862, is the locals' choice for steaks, seafood and fun! The Mint is where you, the only person who knows how you like your steak cooked, prepare the steak by flame-broiling it on a specially seasoned lava rock grill. This means better steak for less money!

The Mint is also the oldest building in Summit County, dating back to 1862 when it was known as Jack Ryan's Saloon. The saloon was moved to the city of Frisco around the time the Denver & Rio Grande railroad was being built into the valley, making Dillon the new hot spot. As the railroads brought an influx of people to the new town, Jimmy Ryan's Saloon became a Dillon resident. It eventually became known as The Mint and was enjoyed as a popular gathering spot for the locals.

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JJ Chinese Cuisine

JJs is family owned and operated. They have been serving Summit county for over seven years. JJs brings you the finest in Chinese, Cantonese, and Mandarin Cuisine The lunch buffet is available daily featuring the finest hand rolled Sushi in Summit County. Lunch Specials are available for take out and delivery. The dinner menu is always available to choose from. Come visit JJs to enjoy a friendly and relaxing atmosphere and some of JJs award winning cuisine.

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Murphy's Food and Spirits

Summit County’s favorite Irish restaurant and pub is located in Silverthorne, just 10 minutes from Keystone resort.
This long time local hangout offers great food at affordable prices in a warm, friendly, family atmosphere. Sit and enjoy delicious Irish specialties, steaks, seafood, burgers, fresh salads & homemade soups or take it to-go. Murphy’s operates under a philosophy of friendship, family and good will so that all feel welcome. Partake in the irish tradition of enjoying good food, good drink and the company of good friends.

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Cafe Toro

Cafe Toro holds a Happy Hour everyday from 2-5 p.m. Featuring 99 cent crispy tacos (ground beef and shredded chicken), $2 tacos (fajita,azada,grilled chicken, and barbacoa), $3 shrimp tacos and fish tacos, and 95 cent fountain drinks.

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