They don't make restaurants like the Golden Burro anymore. Fronted by one of the most photogenic vintage signs in the state, the restaurant started serving a local clientele in 1938 and targeted miners coming off their shifts at the local molybdenum mine. Now you'll find a mix of Leadville residents and tourists here, with one of the longest menus around. (It is in a binder and a full 24 pages long.) You can get greasy-spoon standards like egg plates and biscuits and gravy, plus burgers, steaks, and Mexican food. The pie alone is worth a stop.