What’s New in 2022 in Leadville & Twin LakesAugust 3, 2022
Come see what’s new in Leadville! If you haven’t visited for a while, you’ll find plenty of new businesses and activities to experience. 📷: @shadow_hikes
Eat & Drink
1715 N. Poplar St., Leadville
Find all your favorite American foods at Isabella’s Kitchen food truck, now under new ownership. Enjoy tasty burgers, wings, chicken sandwiches, fries, and tacos and more!
700 Harrison Ave., Leadville, at the rear of the Historic Delaware Hotel
Start your day with a breakfast of chicken and waffles, avocado toast, biscuits and gravy, the house donut made daily, fresh grated hash browns, and the Leadville 100, a maple-butter hash brown skillet bowl that includes eggs, breakfast meats, and smothered in your choice of duck-fat hollandaise, sausage gravy, or green chile.
You’ll barely have room for lunch, but come back for that, too! Savor the talents of Chef Diana Gutierrez, a local resident who studied culinary arts in Mexico and has worked under notable chefs in Tijuana and San Diego. The restaurant, located inside the Historic Delaware Hotel, is the first phase to complete of a full hotel renovation.
120 W. 2nd St., Leadville
An antique dive since 1878, Pastime is newly reopened under new ownership. Once a gambling saloon in the Red Light District with seats filled by Doc Holliday, Jesse James, Wild West ruffians and more, Pastime continues to be notorious. Visit this beer-slinging parlor and pass the time.
122 E. 7th St., Leadville
Enjoy the highest authentic coffee experience in the USA, at 10,160′ above sea level. Zero Day serves connoisseurs, mile crushers, and the community of Leadville. Stop in for coffee, matcha, chai, and mountain equipment.
Take an e-bike tour on Leadville’s Mineral Belt Trail, through the historic mining district, or to an alpine lake. Guides are trained to support those living with a disability.
📷: Julio Lopez on Unsplash
113 E. 5th St., Leadville
Breathe, relax, and refresh with dry salt therapy, sound wellness, and point of one hundred benefits Thai treatment to help melt stress and tension from your neck and back.
711 Harrison Ave., Leadville
For true vacation relaxation, stop into Nourish day spa for a massage, salt scrub, body wrap, or specialty foot soak. Overdid it playing in the mountains? Check out Nourish’s recovery products. Or seek deeper relief with acupuncture or energy healing. While you’re there, shop the alluring array of floral bath salts, handmade foot scrubs, lotions, creams, and more.
113 E. 7th St., Leadville
Visit Blueflower for boutique candy and healthy treats. We will be the first shop in Leadville, Colorado that specializes in fudge, bulk and nostalgic candies, as well as healthy bars, granola, juices, and tonics. Blueflower serves and support the local community by offering local goods and apparel designed by local artists, as well as celebration & gift baskets for those special occasions.
510 Harrison Ave., Leadville
Come in for gobsmacking maker goods from Leadville, Colorado, and beyond. Find reimagined vintage sleeping bags, computer parts, t-shirts, junk mail, and more. Our goal is to share these remarkable creations while supporting Leadville’s vibrant and growing retail offerings.
216 Harrison Avenue, Leadville
Choose from a 3-bed, 3-bath loft with a fully loaded kitchen, farm dining table, gas fireplace, and views of the Sawatch Range. Stay a while in a newly renovated kitchenette room or keep it retro! Save a buck and stay in one of our pre-renovated rooms. Enjoy a new old-mountain escape, for Leadville like you’ve never seen it.
More That’s New in Town
Haven’t been to the area since before The Great Pause? Check out the hardy local businesses that opened in 2020 and 2021!