Dining and Nightlife in Breckenridge, Colorado
Breckenridge's dining options are nearly endless. With more than 50 restaurants to choose from, the decision is not an easy one.
The town of Breckenridge has a variety of restaurants serving breakfasts, lunches and dinners to satisfy all appetites and pocketbooks.
Cuisine includes Chinese, burgers, salads, BBQ, brewpub, steaks and ribs, seafood, wild game, vegetarian and organic, continental, Northern Italian, pizza, subs, pasta, Southwest and Native American, bar food, Mexican, java and bagels, Bavarian baked goods, Cajun, European deli sandwiches, French, Indian, Southern Italian, American regional, chocolate, ice cream and more.
Insider Tip- Consult the local free newspaper, The Summit Daily News, for daily restaurant specials or discounts.
On-mountain dining at Breckenridge provides the means to start your day or to refuel mid-afternoon with the ease of ski-in/ski-out locations.
- Insider Tip-Visit on-mountain restaurants before 11:30 a.m. or after 2 p.m. to avoid crowds
- Breakfasts and lunches from the food court and coffee bar.
- Heated deck with outdoor barbecue.
- Located between Peaks 9 and 10 at the top of the Quicksilver Super6.
- Continental breakfast, food court hot lunches and snacks.
- Located at the top of the Colorado SuperChair on Peak 8.
- Food court hot breakfasts and lunches.
- Apres-ski specialty drinks.
- Located at the Peak 8 base area.
- Lunch burritos for veg-heads and meat lovers.
- Located on the lower level of the Bergenhof Restaurant.
- Cafeteria-style breakfasts and lunches.
- Located just below the top of the Beaver Run SuperChair, Peak 9.
- Cafeteria-style lunches and apres-ski drinks at the bar.
- Located at the Peak 9 Village base area.
If variety is the spice of life, Breckenridge's nightlife offers visitors a lot of flavor. Post ski options run the gamut from raging nights in techo lounges to new age relaxation in oxygen lounges. Popular and packed or hidden away and out-of-the way, Breckenridge guests can pick their poison for fun.
- With more than 50 bars and restaurants visitors can choose from cozy little bistros where they can dine and sip to outrageous dance floors where they can dip and slide.
- A few words to describe Breckenridge's nightlife: Music, dancing, cocktails - big names, low key, country western, rock 'n' roll, blues, reggae, jazz, biker rock, snowboard talk, alternative, juke box, hot tub!
- Several clubs bring in national recording artists and several feature local artists who have numerous albums to their credit. Past performers have included Ludacris, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Tone-Loc, 2 Live Crew, The Dead Kennedy's and Dave Matthew's.