Located off I-70, Idaho Spring’s Mainstreet restaurant makes a convenient stopover for those heading to or returning from the ski resorts. The menu, very home-style American, includes ribs and steaks. There is also a selection of breakfast items, which can be ordered throughout the day.
What our customers are saying~
They have great breakfasts and a good lunch selection. The soups I’ve had have all been amazing. Nice people and a tasty meal.
Great customer service and great food too. Definately a great place to stop for breakfast. The pancakes are HUGE and so is the bacon.
We stopped at Main Street Restaurant for breakfast on our way from Grand Junction to Denver. This town has 2 main streets, so finding the restaurant was easy. It was on 40, not on business 70. This restaurant has the usual breakfast fare of eggs, hash, omelets etc., so you can get anything you want there. We both choose pancakes and they were awesome.The restaurant had several choices such as peach, blueberry, sourdough, buttermilk and rye A short stack order was a single pancake the size of your plate. A tall stack was two pancakes. The pancake came with sausage, bacon, ham of apple smoked pork loin. The best part they also serve REAL maple syrup. The waitress was very friendly and attentive. She even brought us a sample piece of their pumpkin nut bread. It was moist and delicious. Our bill with a short stack with sausage, tall stack with pork loin and coffee for both of us was $14.00. If this restaurant was in my home town I’d be a regular.1518 Miner Street
Idaho Springs, CO 80452