Crested Butte Restaurants & Bars

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Soupcon Chef Jason A. Vernon (Photo/Nathan Bilow)

Chances are you’ll probably work up an appetite while you’re here. The good news is Crested Butte has some serious dining chops (lamb if you prefer), especially for its size. With over 50 restaurants, bars, distilleries, and nightlife venues in the area, you’ll want to use this guide to know which ones are best for your palate and for your budget.

Do the night right: Start your trip off on a high note at Django’s located in the heart of Elk Ave. Good food is a necessity in Crested Butte and Django’s offers just that.

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Fresh & Local

Discover new flavors from local farms to countries around the world. Enjoy craft brewed beer, award winning locally distilled rum, coffee beans freshly roasted in town, and organic juice smoothies of every variety. Apres-ski options range from burgers & beer to cocktails & small plates. All of these culinary creations are available within walking, biking, or a quick shuttle ride’s distance (most are on/off of Elk Avenue).

 Almost every restaurant and bar is independently owned and operated. And there’s no dress code anywhere in town so feel free to show up in your ski gear, pajamas, or tuxedo. Questions on the best Crested Butte restaurants or what to eat? Contact us or tweet at us @_TravelCB.


New Spot, Same Great Food

Featured Restaurant

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$$$ • Menu • (970) 349-7574 • OpenTable
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 5pm – 10pm
209 Elk Ave • Map

(American) – The same django’s Restaurant & Wine Bar you loved in the Mt. CB base area is now on Elk Ave. Enjoy new small and larger plates, patio seating, and a lunch menu. It’s intimate, romantic, and delicious. Swing by the new location or call for reservations and snag your table.