This regional favorite delivers rum bliss in a spacious minimalist bar on Greene St. On a summer day, score a seat on the rooftop deck. Bartenders here can talk you into anything, crafting exotic cocktails with home…
Stick with the burgers and club sandwiches at this atmospheric eatery. The player piano and historic decor are a big draw. The full bar is well patronised by locals and visitors alike.
This specialist museum is dedicated to Silverton’s mining history. Old mining equipment is displayed and there’s a re-created machine shop and blacksmith shop.
In a cute blue cottage fenced by cast off skis, this diminutive pub does its own microbrews (not brewed on-site) and pizzas.
Steeped in Wild West kitsch, this place serves worthy baby-back ribs basted in a secret BBQ sauce, and other Western fare. The decor, a mishmash of old mining artifacts, mounted animal heads and cowboy memorabilia, …
This mill was once a major employer in Silverton. Stop in to see how miners extracted gold and minerals from the ore. The Aerial Tram House is a highlight of the self-guided tour.
Installed in the original 1902 San Juan County Jail, the Silverton Museum has an interesting collection of local artifacts and ephemera.