Salida Travel Guide
Hotels in Salida
You’ll find inexpensive rooms and warm hospitality at this contemporary, sprawling, light-filled log cabin anchoring a 17-acre ranch. Horses and dogs are welcome.
Restaurants in Salida
Reasonably priced New American dishes (orange-roasted free-range chicken with almond quinoa, grilled portobellos with goat-cheese salsa) are the draw at the Laughing Ladies Restaurant; the owners also run the cheap and cheerful Downtown Bakery around the corner.
Things to do in Salida
Located in a former firehouse, this fine art gallery and studio displays original pieces by owner Steph Brady and her husband Joe. Established in 2001, the space has picture windows facing “S” Mountain, paintings hanging on cream-colored walls, and Steph’s long work table in the back.