Callaways Leadville Restaurants

As North America’s highest incorporated city, Leadville offers a Colorado travel experience that is not to be missed. While you may take some time to get used to the elevation, you will never stop marveling in the beauty of the region and the breathtaking views it offers. A town built on the mining of silver, Leadville today offers both natural wonders and historic marvels for guests to experience.

At two miles high, you may wake to find yourself standing in a cloud while you are visiting Leadville. Once the mist clears, take some time to explore the main avenue, which has over 50 buildings built in the 1870s, many of which are now museums. Two of these are the only two Tabor structures still standing in the state. You will also want to check out the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum while you visit.

Golden Burro Cafe

The Golden Burro has been a local favorite for Tex-Mex food since 1938.

Choose the Right Dining Options in Leadville

If you are planning Leadville, Colorado vacations, one of the things you will want to plan for is your dining needs. While you can stop at a fast food restaurant you are familiar with, one of the best ways to make the most out of your stay is to dine somewhere the locals love. These restaurants will give you an even greater feel for what makes Leadville special.

The Golden Burro

Since 1938, the Golden Burro has been a local favorite for Tex-Mex food. Here you can get home-cooked meals all day long, seven days per week, and all of the recipes are made from scratch.

Delaware Callaways

The Delaware Hotel also houses Callaway’s Restaurant and Bar, a popular dining option in Leadville.

Whether you have a hankering for pasta, pork chops, or burritos, you can have it here. It has been voted the best breakfast in Leadville, so plan a morning visit during your stay.

Grill and Bar Café

The Grill and Bar Café serves authentic Mexican food with a spacious outdoor patio overlooking the mountains. You may want to come during happy hour from 4:30 until 6, when tacos are just $2.

The restaurant is only open for dinner starting at 4:00 p.m. and is closed every Tuesday. Everything but the tortillas is hand-made from scratch at this restaurant.

Callaway’s Restaurant and Bar

Located within the Delaware Hotel, this restaurant gives you the chance to dine in one of the historic buildings of Leadville. It is open all day long and serves home-smoked meats and a buffalo chili that is famous throughout Leadville. Callaway’s may be closed in the winter, so call ahead before you go to ensure they are open.

If You Go

There are many things to do in Leadville, Colorado that you will want to plan ahead for. To make the most of your Colorado travel experience, visit www.visitleadvilleco.com before your trip. Be aware that winter snow conditions can make travel difficult at certain times of the year.

Grill and Bar Café
715 Elm St.
710-486-9930
www.grillbarcafe.com

The Golden Burro
710 Harrison Ave.
719-486-1239
www.goldenburro.com

Callaway’s Restaurant and Bar
700 Harrison Ave.
877-447-0951
www.delawarehotel.com

Nicole Harms has been writing professionally since 2006, specializing in travel and finance writing, with work having been published on USA Today, the New York Stock Exchange and Hotels.com in addition to here on Go Colorado!

Header photo of the Delaware Hotel courtesy of Daniel Schwen.
Photo of the Golden Burro by Jeff Knezovich.
Photo of the Delaware Hotel and Callaway’s Restaurant sign by Gary France at garysusatour.blogspot.com.

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