The Bakers' Brewery
A Bakery and Brewpub featuring homemade sourdough breads with awesome, creative sandwich combinations melted between slices of these delicious breads and served with hearty side dish options as well as homemade soups and freshly chopped salads. Bakers’ beers will feature a balanced selection of supremely drinkable session beers designed for those just adventuring into the microbrew scene for the first time, a hearty rotation of big, bold and beautiful masterpieces for the experienced beer drinker and an incredible selection of rarely seen in Summit special guest taps. As if the wonderful aromas weren’t enough, our amazing views and fun live music will keep you around for another round and constantly coming back for more! You may even want to check in to one of the four hotels next door?
Brewmaster Cory’s favorite – fresh scrambled eggs, diced sausage patties, southwestern pintos, skillet taters and melted cheese smothered in veggie green chili, $9.75
- The Liftie
A fried flour tortilla bowl southwestern pintos and melted cheddar and jack cheese smothered with veggie green chili and topped with two eggs your way, $8.75
- Bakers’ Wings
Crispy, baked, jumbo wings served with waffle carrots and ranch or bleu cheese either buffalo, Jamaican jerk style or sauce of the day, $10.75
- Packed Poblano
A fresh poblano pepper – straight, no seeds, no stems – stuffed with creamy, manchego polenta and crispified to perfection. Served over green chile with crema fresca and sliced avocado, $10.25
- Meat the Cheese & Bread
Cured meats, rotating aged cheeses and fresh baked breads served with a whole grain mustard, $13.50
- Bangers & Mash
Keilbasa Sausage, caramelized onion, wilted kale deglazed in white wine, over creamy mashed potatoes. Not like you’ve had before, $15.25
- Tree Hugger
Cauliflower cut thick and roasted with golden raisins & toasted almonds and served on a bed of wild rice in a lemon beurre blanc, $13.50
- Chicken and Waffles
House made belgian style waffle, two southern fried chicken thighs with stout maple syrup on the side, $14.50
- Buzz-Bird Belgian Honey-Wheat
Our lightest brew, this crisp blonde ale has a hint of CO honey to supplement the natural sweetness of white wheat; carefully balanced with a bit of fresh orange peel and the subtle spice of Belgian yeast. 5.5%
- French Silk Stout
Like the name implies, this lactose-free cream style stout is silky smooth with a rich creamy body that isn’t overwhelming and a bit of subtle black coffee bitterness to balance out all the chocolate and caramel malts. 5.3%
- Mango-Ginger Saison
The first in our series of seasonal saisons, this brew features fresh and dried mangos added to both the mash and the boil to subtly enhance the natural fruity esters of our Belgian yeast while the crystallized ginger does the same for the yeast’s spicy phenolics. Fruit forward but light and refreshing like a sunny Summer day! 7.2%
- CORY’S CRAZY INFUSION CONFUSION
You never know what brewmaster Cory might throw together, but here are a few of the random ingredients he’s used in the past: Tequila soaked black cherry wood chips, pickled jalapeños, tart cherries, rose buds, crushed blueberries, dark rum soaked toasted American oak, red, white & port wine barrels, bourbon barrels, etc. etc. etc. Please ask your server for today’s latest and greatest brainstorm…and please realize that these are very small batches and 5 gallons usually doesn’t last long around here!
The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is considered one of the top courses in the country and, without hesitation, the best mountained course in Colorado. Located in Silverthorne, just an hour from Denver and minutes from the Vail Valley’s top destinations, the Raven’s spectacular setting is only surpassed by personalized service. The challenging, but eminently playable Tom Lehman and Hurdzan/Fry golf course design, features lush rolling fairways and immaculate greens surrounded by towering stands of pine and aspen, snow capped 13,000 foot peaks, crystal clear creeks and trout filled lakes. We welcome groups of all sizes and are happy to create the perfect tournament atmosphere for any event. And, of course, individuals are always made to feel special. The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks has won numerous accolades by local, state and national golf publications. Come see why everyone is talking about the Raven. Book your tee times online or call (970) 262-3636.
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Nick-N-Willy’s is conveniently located in the Silverthorne Shopping Plaza. Serving Summit County for 25 years. The county’s only “Take and Bake” pizza, as well as baked in house. If you call ahead they will have it ready for you. Nick-N-Willy’s makes their own dough, sauce and vegetables in small batches fresh daily for the finest pizza! Come in and try some of our favorites, go with a classic, or choose your own toppings to make it yours.
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There’s a reason why there are Fiesta Jalisco restaurants from Avon to the mountains beyond the Front Range — not only do they provide authentic Mexican cuisine, but also have great service and a welcoming atmosphere! Featuring a full bar to compliment your lunch and dinner. Enjoy a margarita, beer or any special drinks and cocktails. These recipes are created with the freshest ingredients and recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. Let the fiesta begin!
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Red Buffalo Coffee & Tea is a community-oriented shop that strives to provide your favorite espresso and tea drinks from quality ingredients from a friendly staff. With a staff dedicated to making your drink taste like a perfect powder day... or spring morning… Coffee and tea shouldn’t just get you going, it should taste fantastic!
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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.Learn more »
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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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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