The Lodge offers a gourmet coffee, oatmeal if you want to make it and bagel breakfast to all lodge guests and all the condos are stocked with coffee, cream and sugar. During the winter and at the height of the summer season you can purchase coffee and a muffin somewhere at Durango Mountain Resort. Hot breakfast is available at the Last Run Cafe just a mile up the road. Likewise lunch is available at the resort and Last Run during high seasons. Availability of dinner service varies widely from season to season. Your best bet is the Sow`s Ear which is independantly owned by the chef, George Mehaffie, and is located in the Silverpick Lodge. It is the oldest dinner house on the mountain and is open more of the year than any other restaurant. Durango is full of eateries of every description. Ask at the front desk for a recommendation or just drive down Main Ave. You will be delighted with the choices.
The Sow`s Ear is the "grande dame" of Durango Mountain restaurants and is open nearly all year long. They`ve been serving the "Best Steaks on the Mountain" since 1986. They also serve a variety of fresh seafood and gourmet fare including small plates for those who prefer taste to portion size. The restaurant offers full bar service, an extensive wine list and children`s menu.
An appetizer and bar menu including burgers are served in the lounge. The dinning room is one of the prettiest in the Durango area and offers spectacular views of the West Needles Mountains, Engineer Peak and the Hermosa Cliffs. The main dining room holds several oversized tables ideal for larger parties and the alcoves offer more intimate setting when dining with someone special. The Sow`s Ear has become a favorite spot for locals to take their out of town guests and to celebrate weddings, birthdays and other special occasions.
The dining room opens at 5 pm and guests are seated until 9 pm. Hours are curtailed during the spring and late fall. So please call at 970-247-3527 to check if you are visiting then. Reservations are not required but they are recommended, especially during holidays and on weekends. Dress is casual.
Located one mile soutuh of the Silverpick Lodge and serving world famous pizza and calzones, succulent chicken wings and much more. Fun-filled sports bar atmosphere, full stocked bar, free pool and darts. Hang out with casual, friendly folks and enjoy a place that you`ll wish you had back home. The Schoolhouse gets very crowded on weekends and holidays and and 2 hour wait is not uncommon, so call early to order your pizza.
Located in the new Purgatory Lodge a mile north of the Silverpick Lodge. Wine and dine at lunch on the patio while enjoying the beautiful mountain views. For dinner, they switch gears and offer an affordable casual dinner menu featuring steaks, seafood, pasta, and gourmet pizzas. Purgy’s bar features Colorado micro brews as well as a wide selection of wine and spirits.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (in season), The Last Run features everything you`ve come to expect from a family restaurant and sports bar. Happy hour is 2 to 6 and Taco Tuesdays are on Tuesdays! The sun hangs on the patio longer here than any other spot on the mountain making happy hour very pleasant in the summer months.
Just past the entrance to DMR on the Silverton side.