As you spend your time exploring the various ghost towns near Ouray, checking out the rich assortment of historic sights, or doing some ice climbing, you’re eventually going to become hungry. Besides being historically rich, Ouray also has plenty of great places to eat, and we have a few suggestions to get you started.
Bon Ton Restaurant on Main Street is a romantic experience for those seeking something upscale yet casual dashed with a tinge of Italy. It’s remained a favorite for well over two decades and it has also received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence. If you like chocolate, definitely try the curiously named Black Nasty dessert.
Speaking of desserts, you’re bound to find a treat to satisfy your sweet tooth at Mouse’s Chocolates & Coffee, also located on Main Street. Run by a small family of coffee roasters and chocolatiers, you can try a cookie, the coffee, truffles, caramels, fudge and plenty more.
Brickhouse 737 is a bar and kitchen located in a building that once housed the Former Ivory Trading Company. Try one of the cocktails like the Elder Salty Dog or Espresso Martini or enjoy a variety of meals like Braised Boneless Short Rib or the massive 20-ounce Angus Porterhouse.
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