There are eight on-mountain cafeterias and restaurants in Breckenridge. You can get breakfast if you like as well as lunch at Seven's, in the new Grand Lodge at the base of Peak 7. It has a wood-fire pizza oven and a tapas bar.
The Vista Haus at the top of the Colorado SuperChair provides pastries and coffee first thing in the morning then rolls out full cafeteria style lunches with different sections serving Mexican, Asian and Japanese Sushi, all enjoyed 11,000 feet up with spectacular views of the Continental Divide.
The Beaver Run Resort at the base of Peak 9 has multiple choices for eating, including Spencer's Steaks and Spirits, GB Watson's Deli, The Copper Top Bar and Food Court and Tiffany's Sports Pub. If you stay on here when the lifts close you’ll finds live apres ski entertainment laid on and daily drink specials.
Restaurants In Town
Over 80 restaurants with almost every style and theme of dining imaginable on offer. It may indeed be worth trying to think of something really obscure then find a local and challenge them to suggest a place where you can try it. Starting the day the American Way there are lots of places for breakfast of course, why eat in? Daylight Donuts (305 N. Main Street; +1 907 453 2548) is one of the contenders for ‘best breakfast in town’ and coincidentally does a great donut.
Later on Downstair's at Erics (111 S Main St, +1 970-453-1401) is one of many family-friendly restaurants with a huge menu of pizza, burgers or rotisserie chicken and much more with 21 TV’s and two big screen TV’s to watch while you’re dining.
If you want something a little more sophisticated The Blue River Bistro (305 N. Main St. +1 970 453 6974) serves superior American cuisine within an elegant atmosphere, often with live music. Like many Breckenridge establishments it also has a good vegetarian selection.
There are around 30 food shops or ‘food service providers’ in Breckenridge, so even if you miss out on the 80 or so restaurants, you won’t go hungry here. Food is provided in every format from delis to supermarkets and even catering companies which will bring fully prepared meals to you; there are at least half a dozen of these including the Silk Road Catering Service (+1 970 2627744; silkroaddinner.com) who specialise in wonderful homemade curries, Indian and Southeast Asian food.
A pick of the food stores – almost all of which are good or the fierce competition would drive them out of business – include La Francaise French Bakery (411 S. Main St; +1 970 453 7173) which does great pastries, quiches and salads and the Euro Deli (100 N Main St; +1 970 453 4473), one of several delis, this one family owned and operated, serving high quality products including European Lavazza coffee if you’re feeling fed up with Starbucks (225 S Main St; +1 970 547 4373). The Skee Vue Grocery & Liquor store (311 South Ridge St; +1 970 453 2398) is the main supermarket