Restaurants in Western Slope
The beloved roaster pours scruffy mountaineers their morning cup in a former coal shed plastered with vintage license plates.
A husband and wife team, Jeff and Kyleena Graceffa run this less-than-secret pizzeria, serving award-winning pizzas in a historic miner's cabin decorated with treasures from their world travels. Also available as delivery, the pies run from the Notorious F.I.G.
Owner Craig Maestro dishes out fresh bagels, along with advice on where to find the best snow.
This venue is closed.
Sushi was a game-changer when it was introduced at the Lobar; the mission changed from purely nightclub to a combination of restaurant, sushi bar, and party spot. Marked by a black canopy on Elk Street, Lobar's dining room offers high wood tables and is lit by paper lanterns and neon lights.
Set in an old mining cabin, Soupçon covers French cuisine and American comfort foods on its regularly changing menu. Each evening, there are just two seating times in the tiny dining room.