The Siberian American: Where to Eat in Breckenridge, Colorado

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Where to Eat in Breckenridge, Colorado

One of my favorite things to do on vacation is try new places to eat. I was really impressed by the food we had in Breckenridge, so I decided it deserves its own post! If you ever decide to visit Breckenridge (and here is why I think you should even if you don’t ski!), I hope you enjoy these places.


Breakfast
We mostly ate breakfast at the condo, but on our first day in Breckenridge, we decided to try out a breakfast place.

The Blue Moose
We loved The Blue Moose. I got the Ham Scram, which was a ham and cheese scramble. It was absolutely delicious. Chris got the Alaska Pipe Line omelet, which was seriously incredible. Who knew an omelet with snow crab, avocado, tomatoes, and cream cheese would be so amazing?


Lunch
Like breakfast, the convenience of living in a condo right off a ski slope is you can have lunch there in between runs. We did have a delicious lunch on the day everyone didn’t ski, though!

Blue River Bistro
I really loved the gorgeous modern interior of Blue River Bistro, but the food was even better. I had a spicy tomato chicken pasta they had on special, and Chris enjoyed his chicken walnut sandwich.


Dinner
Dinner was our big meal of each day, and we had fun deciding where to eat. Every single dinner we had was super good!

Salt Creek Steakhouse
Salt Creek has a great variety of items on its menu. We had a calamari appetizer, which was good, though we didn’t like the sauce. Chris got barbecue (a brisket and pulled pork plate), and I had a tasty bourbon-glazed salmon.


Kenosha Steakhouse
Kenosha also has a huge variety on its menu. We split a pretzel appetizer that was so good. I was in the mood for a burger, so I got the Kenosha Style burger, and Chris got some delicious nachos from the appetizer menu.


South Ridge Street Seafood Grill
Yes, we had seafood while in Breckenridge, and it was delicious! I had the seared sea scallops, and Chris loved the butternut squash ravioli. I also had a taste of my father-in-law’s shrimp and cheese grits, which was super delicious!


Bonus: We also had dinner one night in Vail, where we at at Bully Ranch Bar and Restaurant. It’s worth trying if you’re in the area.

Snack/Dessert

Crepes a la Cart 
If you pick one place to visit from my recommendations, I would highly recommend Crepes a la Cart. I had the berry swirl crepe for dessert one night, and it included white chocolate chips, dark chocolate chips, blueberries, and raspberries. They also have savory crepes if you are looking for a snack. The crepes can get expensive, but they are huge and worth every penny.


Other Colorado Posts:

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17 comments:

  1. Oooh yum! This all looks AMAZING. Also, how can you even think to skip a place called The Blue Moose?! XO - Alexandra

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  2. Oh so many great places to eat. Oh I love crepes! I wish there was a good crepe around my parts.

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  3. This all looks SO amazing! Chris' Alaska Pipe Line omelet sounds incredible... Oh my gosh. It really does sound SO good.
    Our only 2017 "big trip" is going to be Disney in Oct., but I'm already looking ahead to 2018 vacations and Colorado is very high on the list!

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  4. I can always count on you to tell me all about the food! These places sound so good!!

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  5. Just seeing nachos makes me hungry haha. The pasta dish looks and sounds so good too!

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  6. YUM! Love finding great places to eat while traveling! Of course I'm totally drooling over that breakfast and then the dessert <3
    Green Fashionista

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  7. Those meals look delish! I want to go so I can have your meal itinerary.

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  8. Trying new dishes and cuisines is definitely one of the best parts about traveling so you can open your horizons to the culture. Sounds like you hit some yummy spots. I'm always a sucker for crepes!

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  9. I have never been to Colorado, but have always wanted to go because of the stunning scenery I've seen in pictures. Looks like there are some wonderful restaurants to try, too. :)

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  10. All of this food looks AMAZING, but that first picture of the omelet is making my mouth water. YUM!

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  11. I'm now sooo hungry! What great food options- I'm a sucker for crepes, so it would be hard not to get one every day!

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  12. It sounds like y'all ate really good in Breckenridge and that they had wide variety of food too! I never would have guessed!

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  13. if i ever go to breckenridge, i will go straight to the crepes place. haha. i love crepes. that pasta looks amazing as well!

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  14. Love this Breckenridge food post! I'll be there next week for my cousin's wedding and so so SO excited to visit my favorite mountain town for almost a whole week. Love the Blue Moose!!

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  15. You had me at pretzel appetizer. I can't resist a good pretzel. ;) the pasta does look pretty delish though!

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