Smokin’ Yards BBQ: The flagship Smokin’ Yards BBQ, which rivals some of the best barbecues in the state, is located along the turbulent Clear Creek river and offers a lovely terrace riverfront environment. The local pitmasters use a Carolina-inspired technique they call high-elevation barbecue to cover all the dry-rubbed, slow-smoked bases. Stay in touch with our website TheWestMinsterPromenade for the latest entertainment updates!!!!!!
Best Restaurants In Idaho Springs
|Smokin’ Yards BBQ|
|Clear Creek Cidery & Eatery|
|Main Street Restaurant|
Take your nose to the burnt ends, links, brisket, whole birds, and pork ribs. $10–$11. Try the renowned smoked hot wings as well as smoked baked beans, creamed corn, fried okra, and green beans prepared in the way of the South. 12 for $13 with fries. Incapable of reaching the hills, In the Denver Art District, visit their second location in Santa Fe. Idaho Springs, 2736 Colorado Boulevard
Mtn Prime: Mtn Prime is a hip mountain steakhouse where simple meals become complex and creative. For instance, the cooks serve bacon-wrapped shrimp drenched in honey bourbon sauce ($15) and dress their Brussels in bacon vinaigrette with feta, cayenne candied walnuts, dried cherries, and roasted pork belly ($14). Paired with pineapple mango salsa and ahi tuna poke, nachos cost $14.
Additionally, Mtn Prime offers locally cut steaks of beef and bison from family-owned farms in Colorado. Consider ordering the prime-cut, boneless ribeye ($49) with cognac demi-glace ($4). Indulgent today? Incorporate the mushroom heavy gravy with the garlic mashed potatoes. Each scrumptious calorie is delectable and indulgent. 1700 Miner Street, Idaho Springs.
Clear Creek Cidery & Eatery: You may anticipate a sweet and sour scene when a Tucson foodie and a Colorado native who loves hard ciders collaborate. In the high country of Colorado, the Clear Creek Cidery & Eatery offers the widest assortment of ciders in addition to a tantalizing array of Sonoran fare.
Choose from experts like Longmont’s Wild Cider and Penrose’s C Squared Cider to create your own flight of ciders, ranging from dry to luscious pear to hibiscus. Street tacos ($13) and smoky Oh-My-Gawd green chile with serrano and jalapeno peppers ($6) go well together. Colorado peach cider is crisp and refreshing to the palette. Idaho Springs, ID 1446 Miner Street
Main Street Restaurant: While you make your decision, start with a bloody manner morning cocktail ($14), which is a combination of house-infused vodka, spicy bloody Mary mix, Clamato, and a lobster claw garnish. The variety of flights is perfect for picky eaters. We opted for the pineapple upside-down, s’mores,
And the blueberry-strawberry with cream cheese dripping baby cakes (six-inch pancakes), which were all available for $13 each. A good alternative that is big enough to share is the flight of Benedicts ($19). Grab a loaf of banana nut or jalapeno cheddar bread that has been made in-house before leaving. Idaho Springs address: 1518 Miner St.