Cripple Creek Casino Dining Info
THE BLACK DIAMOND in Cripple Creek has a break room where you can sit down and enjoy some fresh, hot Rosemary's pizza and snacks. It's a place to take a break and prices are low.
Restaurants & Buffets :: Where to eat in Cripple Creek, Colorado
BRONCO BILLY'S Home Cafe is an exceptional standard serving up delicious American cuisine. From
breakfasts to steak dinners, deals are plentiful, especially with MVP membership. Get there early and enjoy 49-cent
breakfasts like biscuits and gravy, eggs and pancakes, served from 8-11 p.m. Return for the best deal in Cripple
Creek after 2 p.m., a juicy 16-ounce t-bone dinner for just $6.95. You can't go wrong at the Home Cafe.
BUFFALO BILLY'S Steakhouse has consistently been voted the best place to eat in Cripple Creek
since it opened a few years ago. Enjoy smoke-free dining in a hunting lodge atmosphere, where steaks and seafood reign. The accompaniments aren't too shabby either. Reservations are recommended at this popular eatery. The restaurant is open from 4-10 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays (when half price dining may be available for slot club members) and from 2-10 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Simply the best!
THE BRASS ASS serves up free popcorn ad hot dogs to players, upon availability. Play nickels
and snack for free!
COLORADO GRANDE CASINO has Maggie's to satisfy hungry gamblers. Open from 7 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., gamblers have a variety of American choices for breakfast lunch and dinner. On Tuesdays, AARP members can show their
card for a free lunch and on Fridays, military personnel can show identification for a free lunch. Regular gamblers
can earn slot club points for 50% off a meal at this great little restaurant with charming upstairs ambience.
CREEKERS not only hands out fresh, hot pizza to players but has a fabulous buffet, with all-you-can-eat fare for one low price. The food is better than most buffets offer and on Saturdays enjoy prime rib and seafood
for just $14.95 per person. Get $1 off dining with membership in the Winner's Circle Slot Club.
THE DOUBLE EAGLE HOTEL & CASINO will never leave you wanting when it comes to dining. For delicious sandwiches and more try the Jackpot Deli on the main gaming floor and grab a seat at the bar and soak up the atmosphere. For sit-down dining Lombard's can't be beat. This luxurious restaurant gives you a choice of buffet or off-the-menu dining. The buffet is the best deal and is sometimes themed with regional and holiday foods. The menu items are nothing short of spectacular. Appetizers, salads and steaks are all prepared to perfection. Lombard's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and overnight guests receive free breakfast with room reservations.
GOLD RUSH HOTEL & CASINO and GOLD DIGGERS are serviced by the Grapevine Restaurant featuring incredible bargains for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy a 49-cent breakfast of pancakes, eggs, French toast or a half order of biscuits and gravy, along with other breakfast specialties at a slightly higher price. Lunch and dinner feature burgers, chicken, fish and steaks, including the special 7-ounce sirloin steak for just $3.99. There are dinner specials Friday-Sunday, starting at 11 a.m.
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL CASINO offers two dining venues a light fare deli and Stratton's Grill buffet
serving up delicacies like crab legs, juicy prime rib, a variety of salads and sides at one low price per person. You'll never leave hungry after enjoying the quality offerings at Stratton's Grill. There's an elegant ambience and superb service.
JOHNNY NOLAN'S is the perfect stop on a busy day in Cripple Creek enjoy variety of delicious Subway
sandwiches or maybe some cold, refreshing ice cream. Sandwiches and daily specials, at reasonable prices are offered at Goldie's Restaurant upstairs.
J. P. McGILL'S, part of Cripple Creek's triple play action with the Brass Ass and the Midnight Rose
serves up some tasty snack type offerings including burgers and sandwiches. The BLT is exceptional. You can also
get a great breakfast deal for as low as 49 cents.
MIDNIGHT ROSE has a second-floor buffet that changes daily. Get truly delightful offerings for
one low price. Card players also will find some table side service so they can keep playing their favorite games.
The Down Under Steakhouse on the lower level of the casino features Australian filet, seafood and prime rib. Prices
are moderate and you'll never forget the meals, mate! The Down Under is open for lunch and dinner.
PALACE HOTEL & CASINO has outdone itself with its deli offerings. The sandwich of your dreams awaits you here. With over 40 combinations and prices that will make you blush ($5.50 and under), the Palace Deli
can make your creation to eat there or take on the go. Pile it on with corned beef, salami, roast beef and pastrami,
turkey or tuna, ham or meat loaf. Don't forget the cheese and cheese fries. The Palace Deli also had jumbo burgers
and a variety of appetizers from egg rolls to wings.
SILVER MINE COFFEEHOUSE serves up great brew and an engaging atmosphere often filled with the tunes from an acoustic guitar. Try their famous Italian press-grilled sandwiches at moderate prices. A charming break from the casino action.
UNCLE SAM'S serves up sandwiches like chicken salad and snacks. For heartier fare try their sister
property, the Gold Rush 's Grapevine Restaurant down the street.
VIRGIN MULE has snacks and specialties. The Mule keeps you gambling and wastes little time with elaborate meals.
WOMACK'S has a gold mine with their restaurant, the Gold Mine. The upstairs restaurant can be
reached by elevator and serves up some terrific meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast sit down to
some hearty steak and eggs, chicken-fried steak, or eggs and ham or sausage, or add some zest to your morning with
a spicy breakfast burrito. For lunch choose from south-of-the-border specialties, soups, salads and sandwiches.
Dinner diners will love the chicken piccata, Italian shrimp scampi and Russian shrimp and scallops. Other entrees
include surf and turf combinations, New York steak, baby back ribs, chicken-fried steak and more. Leave room for
some delightfully decadent desserts. If you're in town on Saturdays, stop by the Gold Mine for the prime rib buffet
from 5-11 p.m.
ANNIE OAKLEY'S (Central City), K & J'S COUNTRY MARKET (Cripple Creek) and the WILD CARD'S GROCERY (Black Hawk) all offer makings for your own meal. Buy groceries for picnics or snacks or visit the PHILLIPS 66 station
on State Highway 119 as you enter Black Hawk or the TOTAL station on Highway 67 as you enter Cripple Creek for grocery items.