Fisherpeople will want to stop into this shop tucked inside a Main Street mall. They offer a wide range of outdoor clothing, fishing...
Summit Ski Museum
A relatively new addition to town, this small museum celebrates the first ski town in Colorado - that would be Breck - and the first...
Main Street Sports
A family-owned joint since it opened in 1991, this is a Spyder concept store, which means they rent demo skis, snowboards and sell all...
Green Fairy Bar
A basement bar tucked into the Columbine Square building. It's a simple spot with Spanish tile floors, wood tables and dark-wood bar and...
Conveniently set in the center of town, Food Kingdom is the town grocer, and a lifeline for budgeteers and self-caterers. Don't expect...
Lonely Planet review
If you're salivating for something raw on your tongue, this tiny hole in the wall sushi spot will definitely satisfy. The chef keeps it simple and affordable, especially at lunch when he offers teriyaki tofu and chicken bowls for a song($7.95), and the volcano bowl, piled with spicy tuna or albacore ($10.95) is the best deal in the house.