This is a stellar example of the gentrification of the Breck dining scene. What used to be a musty, dark, meat-and-potatoes dive is now an elegant fine-dining steakhouse, serving only the best American beef, meats and wild game. The most expensive item on the menu (and probably in the whole town) is the 8-ounce Kobe beef skirt steak for $52. Not a meat-eater? Your choices are lobster tail, Colorado trout, fresh catch of the day, roast duck or organic chicken. Sides, salads and starters are separate. Try the tomato salad with blue cheese and red onion swathed in Port wine vinaigrette or New Zealand Green Lip mussels. Veggies include creamed spinach and grilled asparagus. For carbs, you can get Rösti, thin-cut fries and more. Key Lime pie with whipped cream could be dessert. There’s also a small-plates menu and one for kids. Dinner only; you do need a reservation.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 05:00 AM to 00:00 AM
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex, discover, diners