The Gold Hill Inn has been been run for 50 years by Finn family members. Food has always been great but greater originality has been shown in recent years. Both the old log building and the town of Gold Hill are the real thing. The mining town was founded in 1859, the year of the Colorado gold rush, and the building code on the main street has kept the look and feel of the place unchanged. (Make sure you check out the unique Population/Elevation/Founded sign on the east end of town.) Drive up early and have a drink by the fire in the authentic bar. This year, the management has instituted a 3 course less costly alternative to the 5 course usual arrangement, although the price for the full treatment is a bargain compared to some of the new restaurants in nearby Boulder. The servers are knowledgeable, and unlike most restaurants reservation requests are accompanied by an inquiry of special dietary needs.
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