Whether you’re skiing or riding on Breckenridge’s five huge peaks, it’s sure to work up an appetite.
During your next stay at Lodge by The Blue, check out these five favorite food stops – something for every taste bud and budget.
This mountain bistro dining experience is located at 10,010 feet on Peak 7. A more upscale experience for dinner, Sevens offers a more casual lunch and breakfast experience, and even has a to-go service so you can get back on the hill faster.
Ski Hill Grill
Conveniently located at the base of Peak 8, you’re dining experience is just steps from the lifts. Ski Hill has a coffee bar, Peak 8 Smoke-House, and a Taqueria station. Relax on the patio and watch all the action. The extensive menu includes many house-made items from cookies to soups. The Epic Mountain Burger comes highly recommended.
With ski-in access from Peak 9, the Maggie is a casual spot with an awesome view that boast great gyros, burgers and pizza. The $9.95 Lunch for Less is a great value with entrée, side and beverage.
With its lively, fun après ski atmosphere, the T-Bar is a big favorite with the locals. A great way to unwind after-ski with your favorite beverage, the food specials and friendly atmosphere will make for a true Breck experience. Note: The T-Bar is closed April 21-Nov. 7.
What better way to enjoy your Alpine adventure than with some German brats? The Vista Haus overlooks the Continental Divide and even has ski patrol on site to answer any ski questions you may have.
Whether it’s a quick lunch in between your mountain activities or après drinks and a leisurely dinner, on-mountain dining in Breckenridge has you covered!
Stay tuned, the on-site restaurant at Lodge by The Blue is coming soon!
What’s your favorite way to take a break in Breck?