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?
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 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 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.
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.
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Have you ever been to Breckenridge? What’s your favorite type of restaurant?