Leadville’s Historic Pastime Café
Voted as having the “Best Burger and BBQ in Town” in 2016, Leadville’s Historic Pastime Café serves up lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee. On weekend evenings, live music keeps the place rockin’.
Come sit on our patio with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains or enjoy the historic bar.
Built in 1878, Leadville’s Historic Pastime Bar & Cafe is the last existing saloon on former State Street, which once housed 64 saloons. Back then, State Street was part of the notorious Red Light District, claiming such clientele as Doc Holliday, Texas Jack, Jesse James, Tom Horn, and various other Wild West ruffians. H. Maxey Tabor, son of the famous Silver King H.A.W. Tabor and his wife Augusta Tabor, once owned this Leadville classic.
Dine-in, take-out, and delivery available.