A mountain brew-pub in an historic house, serving sandwiches and craft brews.
The mysteriously-named DSP Pizzeria is not easy to find, but when a place is voted “Best Pizza in Pagosa”, it’s worth the search.
A hidden jewel of a coffee shop on the river side of the Jim Smith Realty building downtown. Also serves breakfast & lunch.
Easily the prettiest of several Mexican restaurants in Pagosa Springs, and the food doesn’t disappoint, either.
Tex-Mex style Mexican with stunning river views from the patio. Open till 10 p.m.
Very casual, order at the counter. Inexpensive but gourmet with a global flair.
Cool & funky ski-bum atmosphere, burgers & soft tacos, popular bar.
Offering a hundred-item menu with generous plates or to-go boxes of good Chinese.
Brewmeister Tony Simmons has studied with the masters in Germany. Great food. ‘Nuff said.