Overview

Silverton’s finest dining experience. We are proud to present the finest lunch and dinner menus in town, with gourmet selections prepared with the freshest ingredients & loving care.

Your hosts, Paul and Sharon Zimmerman of Silverton, bring you a memorable dining experience in one of our town's most historic locations.  Built in 1880 by Sherwin and Houghton as a general mercantile store, this building was the six-year-old mining town’s first masonry commercial structure.  The Giacomelli family turned it into the Iron Mountain Saloon in the 1890s, and then into an ice cream parlor with adjacent liquor store after 1917.  The family sold the building in 1970.  In June 1971, the building, which had been vacant for 19 years, opened as the Pickle Barrel Restaurant, as it remains today.

The Pickle Barrel offers:  A family restaurant atmosphere;  A perfect place for groups and sprcial occasions; A unique, private back bar; A fireplace and wood-burning stove for chilly; mountain days; Friendly, fast service; A variety of menu offerings, including a children’s menu; A great wine selection and a full bar.

Amenities
Average Entree Price: $ = 1-14
Cuisine Type: American, Coloradan, Game, Seafood, Soup/Salad/Sandwiches, Southwestern, Steak
Facility Amenities: Catering, Children's Menu, Full Bar, Reservations Accepted, Vegetarian Options Offered
General Information: Dates Closed: 11/12
Group Amenities: Box Lunches Available, Bus/Motorcoach Parking off site, Private Dining Room Capacity: 55
Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Travelers Checks, Visa
Restaurant Type: Casual Dining, Fine Dining