Leadville Dining

 High Mountain Pies - Best Pizza in colorado

High Mountain Pies

Awesome Pizza!  Probably the best pizza in Colorado.  Look for the blue building at 115 W. 4th Street, just off Harrison Avenue.  They only have a couple tables inside but there is plenty of pet friendly outdoor seating.

Tennessee Pass Cafe

 Tennessee Pass Cafe - Leadville Colorado

Tennessee Pass Cafe - Leadville Colorado

Their menu has lots of organic & local ingredients.  Pizza, Burgers, Sandwiches, and much more.  Their Brussels sprouts are famous.  Located on south Harrison Avenue.



Golden Burro Cafe

Golden Burro Cafe - Leadville

This old diner, in business since 1938, is located in Downtown Leadville on Harrison Avenue next to the historic Delaware Hotel.  Open for Breakfast & Lunch.
We recommend eating breakfast here. 
Sit at the counter for quicker service if you are in a hurry.


Quincy's Steak & Spirits

Quincys Leadville

Quincy's is best known for having only one item on the menu. Several sizes of Filet Mignon are served Sunday thru Thursday. On Friday & Saturday, Prime Rib or Sirloin is available. That's it! No other entrees are available.

Open for Dinner Only.

The Grill

Serving New Mexican food for 50 Years. Located a block off Hwy 24 at 715 Elm.


Get a drink in Leadville

At 10,000 feet, it only takes a drink or two to relax.  Here are some of our favorite places to have a drink.

 Periodic Brewing - Highest Craft brewery in the world

Periodic Brewing - Highest Craft brewery in the world

Periodic Brewing

At an elevation of 10,156 feet, PB is the world's highest craft brewery.  Order a flight of beer to sample the flavors, then get a crowler or growler to go.

Located on 7th Street just east of Harrison Ave.



Wilde's Green Hour

Have you ever been to a secret absinthe lounge in the back of a coffee shop?  Check it off your bucket list while visiting Leadville.  Stop by La Resistance on Harrison Avenue.


 Waiting for the sugar to DISSOLVE

Waiting for the sugar to DISSOLVE

 Snow fence at La Resistance Coffee Shop

Snow fence at La Resistance Coffee Shop


Silver Dollar Saloon

 Silver Dollar Saloon Leadville Colorado

This historic saloon on Harrison Avenue opened in 1879 across the street from the Tabor Opera House and was frequently visited by Doc Holliday and Oscar Wilde.  A trap door behind the bar is a secret escape to the back alley.

Manhattan Bar

Have a drink with the locals.


 Pastime Leadville Colorado

Built in 1878, Pastime is the last remaining of 64 saloons that once stood in the red light district on State Street (Now 2nd Street).   Doc Holliday & Jesse James are rumored to have been frequent customers.

Voted Best Burgers in town.
No draft beer.

Scarlet Tavern

Live Music.  Pool Tables.