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Brush up on Breck: What’s New in Colorado’s Playground

If you’ve been to Breckenridge, you already know that this one-of-a-kind mountain town has A LOT of fun to offer, both on and off its world-renowned ski hill. But, are you in the loop on the latest and greatest ways to enjoy Breck?

 

Robbie’s Tavern at the Bergenhof, 1627 Ski Hill Road: Located at the Grand Colorado on Peak 8, this new hot spot on the hill is named after the late BGV Owner/Developer, Rob Millisor, and pays tribute to the historical Bergenhof restaurant which once stood on this parcel of land. Robbie’s offers American comfort food, world-class wines, a robust beer selection and unparalleled slopeside dining.

The Downtown Trolley, 105 Watson Avenue: After a nine-year hiatus, Breck’s beloved and charming trolley has returned! Enjoy this free and unique way to explore historic downtown Breckenridge. Hop on at any Breck Free Ride orange stop, which runs the entire length of Main Street, from Breck Station to Blue River Plaza and down to the Stephen C. West Ice Arena.

 

Bangkok Happy Bowl Thai Bistro and Bar, 103 N. Main Street: New in January 2017, this authentic Thai joint offers a robust menu featuring curry dishes, hand-rolled sushi, a full bar (with warm sake!) and is a definite crowd pleaser. Don’t forget to try their Thai iced coffee; it’s a game-changer.

 

Cucumber Creek Boutique, 201 S. Ridge Street: New to Breck this winter, Cucumber Creek has been elevating the mountain style of women in Colorado at their original store in Avon since 2004. Stocked with unique accessories, bags, footwear, gifts, housewares, jewelry and outerwear, this shop gives Rocky Mountain chic a southwestern twist that you won’t find anywhere else.

 

Continental Divide Winery, 505 S. Main Street: Located at Main Street Station, this family owned winegrower offers a one-of-a-kind Wine Blending Experience in addition to a diverse selection of fine wines made with grapes from Colorado and California. Their vino is perfected at 10,361 feet above sea level in the neighboring Town of Fairplay, making it the highest altitude winery in the WORLD.

 

Zip Car: Don’t have a car? No problem! Check out Zip Car, an economical alternative to traditional rentals. Strategically parked cars around town can be reserved by members on an hourly or daily basis. Check out their site to sign up and get free rewards like tickets to the ice arena and gift cards to local businesses!

 

Recently Remodeled – Giampietro Pasta & Pizzeria, 100 N. Main Street # 212: Known for the BEST pizza in town and making everything from their sauce to their delicious vinaigrette in-house, Giam’s now has a sizable bar area and private space for large parties! We recommend grabbing a couple of slices and enjoying a crafty cocktail in their chic and lavishly outfitted bar.

 

Over the past few months, at least a dozen more enhancements have been made to Breck’s shopping, dining, and activity scenes, but you’ll have to experience them for yourself! Reserve your stay today at breckdiscountlodging.com and come fall in love with Breckenridge all over again. It’s even better every time, for reasons new and old!