Whether it’s after a long day hiking, biking or skiing, one should know Where to Eat in Downtown Crested Butte. For a historic little mountain town tucked away at the end of the Gunnison Valley, Crested Butte offers a vibrant, eclectic dining scene. From fun sized fresh donuts at Niky’s Mini Donuts to a gourmet French restaurant hidden away in an alley, Crested Butte has something for everyone. 5280 – Denver’s Mile High Magazine rates their top 10 favorite Crested Butte Restaurants and their top picks are favorites among the locals as well. Turn onto Elk Ave and you can’t miss the Ginger Cafe, offering healthy, spicy Thai and Indian cuisines in a cozy historic house. With heaping portions full of flavor, you’re guaranteed not to leave hungry. If you’re looking for a great place to stop for a beer, don’t pass up the Brick Oven. With over 30 beers on tap, “the Brick” has been recognized throughout the state of Colorado for their huge selection of craft beers. Locals enjoy their casual, friendly atmosphere as well as their pizza. Named after one of Mt. Crested Butte’s extreme ski runs, The Last Steep is one the most popular among locals. Open late, they offer great food from the appetizer menu to their “Best In The Butte” burgers. Stop in on a Sunday and experience their “Build Your Own Bloody” bar. These are just some of the restaurants that made the list. Be sure to check out the rest of Where to Eat in Downtown Crested Butte.
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