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What’s New In Durango For 2021

The Latest Additions & What's Coming Soon

What's new in Durango, Colorado: hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, new things to do in Durango and what's coming in 2021!

The Black Diamond Lodge


The Black Diamond Lodge, formerly the Silverpick Lodge, is under new management. They are currently prepping for 2022, and are not taking new reservations at this time. However, you can sign up for their emails and you will be among the first to know what they're up to!



Hungry Durangoans have a new burger spot to check out: Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers located in south Durango. The American fast-casual chain opened Tuesday at 1250 Escalante Drive near Walmart, bringing an assortment of cooked-to-order steakburgers, hot dogs, shoestring fries and frozen custard desserts.

Blue Sky Cafe


Blue Sky Cafe is located in Bayfield, CO and offers visitors a farmhouse chic gathering place with affordable, "old school" food options. They are open from 6:30 am to 3 pm Monday to Saturday, and from 8 am to 1 pm on Sunday. The cafe is owned by Nancy Salazar and Stephanie Hubbs and everything on the menu is a recipe from owner Stephanie Hubbs grandmother.

Blues, Mtn & Soul

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Blues Mtn & Soul is a brand new art studio & shop on Main Avenue. Graphic illustration artist Brian Banash has filled the building with wall-sized recreations of his work. He plans to operate his own art business, Banash Illustrations, out of downtown Durango. His pieces feature blues and rock 'n' roll stars, takes on the local landscape and more.

Zia Cantina


Zia Taqueria has partnered with Peach Street Distillers to open Zia Cantina, an upstairs bar, rooftop patio and event space in the North Main District. Zia Cantina will offer creative cocktails featuring local spirits and draft beer with a unique, fun and family-friendly environment.

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