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SoVail: Dining from Down-home to Fancy

The historical timeline for dining ranges from 1873 when the Silver Dollar Saloon opened in the height of the gold and silver rush, and extends to the recently-opened Treeline Kitchen for modern dining, each located on Leadville’s main street, Harrison Avenue. Dining options range from down-home cooking at the Golden Burro to delicious prime rib at Quincy’s (both in Leadville) to fine-dining at the Twin Lakes Inn, and all the way to fancy at the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse at the base of Ski Cooper.

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Quincy's

Golden Burro
Treeline Kitchen
Silver Dollar Saloon
Tennessee Pass Cookhouse

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