New restaurants in Breckenridge
Whether you’re visiting Breckenridge on vacation or live here year-round, there are a few new restaurants in town that are quickly becoming local favorites. From Mexican and pizza, to burgers topped with honey, here’s a look at the new spots to après at or dine in Breckenridge.
If your usual favorite hangouts are packed or you’re looking to try something new, head to The Canteen Tap House and Tavern for craft beer, inspired burgers and mouthwatering BBQ. We recommend the Ahi and Guacamole appetizer before indulging in the Honeydew Burger topped with green chilies and honey. Wash it down with a pint of local beer.
The Blue Stag Saloon serves up excellent après choices with a side of mountain vistas and Main Street people watching from their patios. Pick your poison from over 40 craft beers and an extensive wine list while enjoying 50-cent wings and 20-cent shrimp by the quarter and half pound. The Saloon’s dinner menu includes dishes like Colorado Lamb, Rocky Mountain Trout and Bacon-Wrapped Buffalo Meatloaf.
Oscar’s of Breckenridge
Savory tacos and beer – what more could you want after a long day on the slopes?
Located near the base of the gondola, right off of Main Street, Oscar’s authentic and fresh Mexican cuisine pairs perfectly with a draft brew. We recommend trying the Mexican street corn and brussel sprout sides.
Luigi’s Sport’s Bar & Pizzeria
If you’re jonesing for New York style pizza and wings, stop by the newest pizzeria in town. Luigi’s serves traditional and offbeat pies like their Mac & Cheese pie or Mountain Man varieties. Oh, and they’re open latenight, serving slices until 1 a.m.
New to the streets of Breck, eastern European food makes its debut at Czech It Out. The menu features traditional Czech fare, such as slow braised Hungarian Goulash and Veal Schnitzel as well as American and European favorites. Stop by this spring for a meal and cold beverage on their rooftop patio.
– Jesse Ambrogi-Yanson