Where to Eat: Crested Butte Casual Dining Restaurants
No reservations are required at these Crested Butte restaurants, although they do fill up often. The food here is tasty, affordable, and perfect for lunch or dinner. We’re talking burger, beer, taco, pizza – all staples of a good ski town.
Tin Cup Pasty Co. pays tribute to the area’s mining past, bringing back the Cornish pasty long since forgotten in Gunnison County. Dine-in, or carry-out so you can get back to your adventures, either way our pasties and sides are for the entire family to enjoy. Craft beer, craft soda, and fun desserts too!
(Bar & Grill) – This family owned and operated restaurant features freshly made salads and wraps, creative sandwiches, burgers & seafood, and a solid tap list. Soups to go during the week are a super fast and affordable option for lunch. Don’t miss the build-your-own-bloody bar on weekends from 11am to 4pm.
(Mediterranean) – Tzatziki dripping gyros, fresh made hummus and Baba Gannoush. Try their new cheesesteak pita and don’t miss one of the town’s best happy hours 3-6pm daily. Plus you can enjoy your meal while watching the game on one of many large screen tvs or outside on the patio.
Lodge Mountaineer Square Courtyard, Mount Crested Butte
11am–3pm, 5pm – 9pm, Wed – Sat
Closed for off-season
“A Shared Experience” – sophisticated sandwiches and other eats with a modern atmosphere.
Ruben’s New Mexican
Closed for good in April ’18
Painted Pony Gallery
Closed for good in Sept ’18