The restaurant dates back to 1972 when the town was just beginning to create a modern culture. Though you can go to museums to check out Durango’s town history, Ore House offers a unique vibe that really embodies the Southwestern Colorado culture.
Filled with intricate murals and artifacts, the restaurant is not just an amazing place to dine, but also a big part of Durango.
Historic Steakhouse Restaurant
Voted as the “No. 1 Steakhouse” by locals, Ore House doesn’t disappoint. Featuring scrumptious entrees and an ever-evolving cocktail menu, it’s perfect for family gathering and date nights. Of course, their steak should be a go-to when visiting here, since as a previous customer noted, “it’s close to the excellent steakhouses in New York, Chicago, and Dallas.”
Other must-try items on the menu include Chicken Cordon Bleu, The Surf, The Wild Salmon. Everything paired with either wine or Colorado beers would make for a perfect meal. Don’t forget to check out their desserts including the Classic Tiramisu and Vanilla Bean Cheese Cake.
Top the night off with a couple of amazing drinks at the bar and ask for their House Special Boulevardier. The service staff is also very personable so it makes for a lovely experience in Old West Durango. From the waiters, bartenders and their sommelier, the vibe of the restaurant is definitely warm. Ore House is also one of the proud restaurants in Durango fostering sustainability:
“In order to do our part in protecting the planet for future generations, we believe that we should be good stewards of the earth. To this end, we do everything we can to promote environmentally-friendly, ethical standards through all aspects of the Ore House.”
Address: 147 E College Dr, Durango, CO 81301