Barney Ford Museum
Barney Ford was an escaped slave who became a prominent entrepeneur and Colorado civil-rights pioneer, and made two stops in...
Breckenridge Arts District
A block-long stretch of historic Breckenridge where you'll find the blossoming of a bouregoning arts scene. There's a live-work art...
Set in a historic home and part of the Breckenridge Arts District, this live-work studio space is offered to working artists to live,...
This is a vibrant, long-running theatre bringing edgy and entertaining fare to the people, staging new and classic shows. They've...
South Ridge Seafood
A Breckenridge version of a classic New England fish house. The goods are flown in daily from Boston. They do New Englad (of course)...
Lonely Planet review
One of Breck's favorites is set in a restored 1886 Victorian. This beautiful kitchen churns out special dishes such as house-smoked trout, Colorado green beans wrapped in lamb bacon (we didn't even know that existed), baked Brie, and prosciutto wrapped scallops, and those are just the starters. Entrees include ginger scallops, blackberry-glazed, granola-crusted elk steak, and cedar plank salmon.
The three-course tasting menu is a reasonable $25. Dine in the oh-so-burgundy dining room or on the three tiered patios out front if the weather cooperates. Reservations recommended.