Fisherpeople will want to drop into this shop tucked inside a Main St mall. It offers a wide range of outdoor clothing, fishing gear and...
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 business since it opened in 1991, this is a Spyder concept store, which means it rents demo skis and snowboards, and sell...
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...
Crepes à la Cart
Breck's most popular snack stand, you can't miss this yellow gypsy cart on Main St – or the line snaking down the block in front of it....
311 S Main St · interesting places nearby
If you’re salivating for sushi, maki rolls or udon noodles, this family-run hole-in-the-wall will definitely satisfy. The chef keeps it simple and affordable, especially at lunch when he offers teriyaki tofu and chicken bowls for a song ($8); the volcano bowl, piled high with wasabi tuna, salmon or albacore ($13), is the best deal in the house.
The fish served here is the same as at Matsuhisa and Osaki's , and is shipped in daily from Narita. It's located in the shopping center.