Breckenridge

Breckenridge Fine Dining

Allow us to serve you with the genuine Colorado hospitality that has earned us recognition by the local readers of the Summit Daily News as the “Best Restaurant in Summit County.”

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    Modis – where the mix of red brick, dark woods and warm light typifies Breckenridge’s evolving aesthetic of Victorian charm and urban swank. The new restaurant serves an eclectic menu of bistro and Asian-flavored fare.

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    Located a block off of Main Street in the Breckenridge Arts District, SouthRidge Seafood Grill is a perfect spot for drinks and appetizers or a multi-coursed dinner served by Summit County’s finest waitstaff & bartenders.  Happy hour always includes oysters on the half shell, peel & eat shrimp, Colorado micro brews & great value wines.

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    A unique Asian Restaurant with an eclectic menu of sushi and specialty Asian dishes conveniently located on Main Street in La Cima Mall.

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    Blue River Bistro Restaurant in Breckenridge, Colorado brings a little city dining to the mountains by combining sophistication with a casual, inviting atmosphere.

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    Chef David Welch serves fresh, high quality cuisine at value prices by maintaining strong relationships with his food sources and having a small number of core employees serving in a casual café setting.

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    Chef Matthew Fackler has teamed up with General Manager TJ Messerschmitt to bring an exciting, fresh take on classic comfort food and drinks.

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    Chef and owner Matt Fackler welcomes you to Relish. A bold dining experience that blends his extensive culinary experience with regional influences, creating a menu full of diverse flavors.

Breckenridge Casual Dining -

  • Breckenridge Brewery features an eclectic assortment of traditional pub fare, featuring great burgers and sandwiches, salads, pasta, fresh fish and daily specials.

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      The Steak and Rib Restaurant has a unique item menu. Try the Crab-Stuffed Filet Mignon, Chipotle Shrimp, Baby Back Ribs, Mouthwatering Prime Rib or any of the fresh seafood and game specials served daily, including Wild Alaskan Salmon, Scallops with Mango Red Pepper Puree, Elk Medallions with Demi Glace, Colorado Lamb T-Bones and of course Alaskan King Crab Legs and Lobster. The wine list is top notch and designed to complement any meal.

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      Come join the locals at Burke & Riley’s Irish Pub for Irish pub specialties and traditional American fare. Located on the top floor of the La Cima Mall, Burke & Riley’s has some of the best views in Breckenridge! Irish draft beers are available, as well as a huge list of specialty cocktails and martinis. They stay open late and serve the entire menu late night as well! Burke & Riley’s also has a large deck with a fire pit for staying warm on those cold Colorado nights.

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      Pizzas are made by hand and baked directly on stone shelves in our pizza ovens.

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      The perfect spot for people-watching on Main Street! Serving food and drink in a casual, friendly atmosphere since 1973.

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      Burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, homemade salsas, and all your favorite drinks. Open until 2 a.m. or later to satisfy your late night cravings, and now open early for amazing breakfast burritos.

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      Empire Burger uses fresh Harris Ranch all natural beef. Fries and onion rings are made fresh to order and the menu features 20 unique dipping sauces. Empire also has a selection of great sandwiches, salads and appetizers. The full-service bar features great margaritas and a great selection of beers.

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      Welcome to “The Warming Hut Restaurant” where our aim and pleasure is to serve you local, seasonal Colorado comfort food in a warm and cozy atmosphere. We strive to source, whenever possible, all the best Colorado produce, poultry, bison, beef, lamb, dairy, other farm specialties, micro-brews, wine and liquor.

    Breckenridge Family Friendly -

    • Downstairs at Eric’s is a great place to take the family. In addition to 120 different beers, pizza and burgers, there is a large arcade for everyone to enjoy.

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        Pizzas are made by hand and baked directly on stone shelves in our pizza ovens.

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        Giampietro’s has been making legendary pizza for generations. Our mission is to prepare fresh and tasty food delivered with simple, savvy service every day of the year. At Giampietro’s we make everything in house, from our balsamic vinaigrette to our pizza sauce, and strive for food full of clear, genuine flavors.

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        Windy City Pizza has traditional crust, deep dish, and thin crust pizza and uses only fresh toppings. Windy City is proud of its 22-year-long tradition of serving Breckenridge’s pizza lovers.

      Breckenridge Night Life -

    • Whether you’ve had a long day of skiing or simply a leisurely day in the mountains, if there is fun to be had in Breck, it’s being had at Cecilia’s. Cecilia’s is Breckenridge’s premier dance club and martini bar, where the music selection is as diverse as the crowd that gathers. Most nights you will be entertained by one of our ultra-hot DJs; however, you may just find yourself lucky enough to catch one of the amazing bands that hit this venue.

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        Remember Sherpa & Yeti’s? Great place… Well, Three20South promises to take things up a level or 3 from where Sherpa’s left off. New owners, better vibes, better sound, better lights, bigger stage, and friendlier hosts with the same great music heads from Breck and Summit County. Quite possibly the HIGHEST live music venue in the country. We’re at 9,600′. With a capacity of 265, you’ll see some of the hottest acts in the most intimate venue.

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        • Brooklyn’s Tavern and Billiards
        • (970) 453.3001

        Brooklyn’s Billiards is the place to go if you enjoy pool, a vibrant atmosphere, and beer on tap. Located on Main Street, this is one of Breckenridge’s newest hotspots to hang out.

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        Located above Salt Creek Restaurant, Napper Tandy’s offers ladies’ nights, dj’s, bands, and the famous night of beer pong challenges. This is a happening nightclub on the weekends!

 

Breckenridge Snowmobiling & Dogsledding

  • Ride in a horse-drawn sleigh through the scenic forests near the world-famous ski town of Breckenridge. The ride ends at an authentic 1860s mining camp where a delicious meal awaits after a live mountain-themed comedy show.

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    The Frisco Adventure Park offers fun for everyone year round. The premiere attraction for the winter season is the tubing hill and ski terrain park. The Adventure Park also includes the longtime favorite, Frisco Nordic Center, which includes miles of Nordic and snowshoe trails. Take a break from your day’s activities in the new 4,000 square-foot Frisco Day Lodge.

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    Good Times Adventures offers one of winter’s most popular activities just minutes from downtown Breckenridge, providing access to some of the most scenic spots in Summit County by way of snowmobile and dogsledding tours.

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    White Mountain Tours has been providing a safe and unique snowmobiling experiences for guests under the same local ownership for more than 20 years. Whether you choose our standard two-hour tour over groomed high mountain terrain or a high performance ride through powder-filled back country bowls, our guides will show you the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains.

  • Step back in time and experience traditional, turn-of-the-century sleigh and wagon rides. Rides include a memorable, old-fashioned dinner experience with homemade meals and family-oriented entertainment.

Breckenridge Non Motorized Winter Activities

  • With four huge peaks spanning 2,358 acres, Breckenridge has something for all abilities and interests. Ride North America’s highest chairlift, the Imperial Express, up to the high alpine bowls for unforgettable views and steeps. If you’re looking for terrain parks, Breckenridge has five—one for every skill level.

  • From a world class recreation center, dog park, kayak park and skate park, to miles upon miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing—you’ll find it all right here in Breckenridge.

  • With 22km of impeccably groomed classic and skate ski trails, 10km of snowshoe trails, an ice skating pond, sleigh rides, restaurant, ski lessons, and retail shop, the Gold Run Nordic Center promises a great time for everyone.

  • Race down the mountain on 2,500 feet of elevated roller coaster track as you enjoy a thrilling journey through the forest around and above the ski runs! Guests can ride as singles or with a friend in the two-seater cars, which give you the controls to manage your own speed through the hairpin curves and twists!

  • The Stephen C. West Ice Arena offers ice skating and hockey the whole family can enjoy. Public skating sessions are offered daily.

Breckenridge History Museums

  • Edwin Carter came to Breckenridge in 1868 seeking gold and fortune, but his goals changed when he saw the devastation mining had on the environment and local wildlife. Carter became a taxidermist and collected thousands of Rocky Mountain animal specimens in his museum, which doubled as his home. Scientists from all over the world came to Breckenridge to see Carter’s collection.

  • In the midst of the majestic Rocky Mountains, the Country Boy Mine was one of the largest and most famous gold mines in Breckenridge. While at the mine, visitors can pan for gold, pet burros, slide down the 55-foot ore chute, explore the authentic mine site, view the exhibits and equipment and visit the general store.

  • The Barney Ford House Museum honors Barney L. Ford, an escaped slave who became a prominent entrepreneur and black civil rights pioneer in Colorado. In 1880, Ford became the first black businessman in Breckenridge when he opened Ford’s Restaurant and Chop House. The house was built in 1882 for Ford, his wife Julia, and their three children by prominent craftsman Elias Nashold. In its day, the house was considered a showplace home in Breckenridge.