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Destination: Durango, Colorado

  • By Eszter Horanyi
  • Published May. 11, 2012
  • Updated Oct. 11, 2012 at 4:42 PM EDT
New signage at the Overend Bike Park allow visitors to sample the trails without getting lost. Photo: MillerPerspectives | MillerPerspectives.Squarespace.com

Best of Durango

Café
Bread
42 County Rd 250 at Florida Rd
970-247-5100
Baked goods with a conscience, Bread is the ultimate stop for all things, well, bread. With scones, muffins, sandwiches, loafs of bread, and too many other goodies to even start listing, Bread has been fueling long rides and supporting the cycling scene with pastries and coffee in Durango for years.

Fast Eats
Zia Taqueria
3101 Main Avenue
970-247-3355
There is no better post ride food than a giant burrito and there’s no better place to get a giant burrito in town than Zia Taqueria. With the standard burrito stand setup, Zia believes in simple, good food and their commitment to good food at a good price is evident in their burritos, tacos, and quesadillas.

Brews and Burgers
Carvers Restaurant and Brewpub
1022 Main Ave.
970-259-2545
Located directly in downtown Durango, Carver’s Restaurant and Brewpub is a favorite for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Voted ‘Durango’s Best Breakfast’ multiple times, the servings are hearty and delicious. For lunch and dinner, the menu features a huge variety of delicious burgers, salads, pasta dishes, and of course, an extensive array of micrbrews.


Eszter Horanyi lives and mountain bikes in Crested Butte, CO.  She has dabbled in road racing, cyclocross racing, and cross country mountain bike racing, but has gravitated towards ultra endurance and multi day self supported racing in the more recent past.  She firmly believes that nothing tops a good ride with good friends on good trails, thus she spends her life in search of all of the above. You can follow her adventures on her blog. All articles by Eszter.

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