Uncork Some Champagne Powder Aodhan Boylan, Ski Specialist

"If you like long blue groomed cruisers “Buddy’s Run” in Steamboat will be your cup of tea. It’s a good pitch and nice and long – perfect to practice those big GS turns. It was named after Buddy Werner who was a member of the US ski team way back in the 60’s and was a local to Steamboat"

Dining in Steamboat

A wide variety of restaurants are located in steamboat. We list a selection here, for more information, please check out the Steamboat Dining Guide.

Café Diva

Café Diva is a renowned restaurant, proud of its artfully crafted and presented fine cuisine. A wonderfully elegant evening awaits the diner! Alongside your meal, enjoy a selection from the comprehensive list of superior wines. Café Diva is conveniently situated just step away from the slopes, in the heart of the Torian Plum Plaza.

Creekside Café and Grill

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Creekside Café is housed in the historic Soda Creek building in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Cafe is popular with residents and guests alike, with its intimate dining room, and relaxing patio. Its Eggs Benedict are a local legend, and its breakfast and lunch menus keep their happy customers coming back time and time again. Our recommendation for the best place in town for breakfast.

Mazzola’s Italian Diner

Open for dinner from 5pm until 10pm, Mazzola’s Bar is open until 2am. Serving customers wholesome, plentiful, Italian fare, including pastas, pizzas, and pies, Mazzola’s offers a welcoming ambiance and great service.

8th Street Steakhouse

A great dining experience for the entire family, this mainstay of the Steamboat dining scene features hand-carved steaks and seafood. Their western ambiance colours all aspects of your dining experience, from the genuine saddle seats for kids to the free s’mores desserts. The creative menu includes Australian lobster tails, bacon-wrapped filets, juicy rib eyes, and Kobe strips, which are cooked to perfection over a 20 foot, 500 degree lava rock grill. You may want to sample their award-winning stuffed mushrooms, and enjoy a glass or two from their extensive wine list.

Azteca Taqueria Restaurant

Since it opened in 1999, residents and guests alike have enjoyed dining at Azteca Taqueria, with its made to order burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and other freshly prepared Mexican dishes. Now located in the historic Squire building on 9th Street, Azteca Taqueria has been showered with praise from numerous national publications, for its commitment to using only the freshest and finest ingredients.

The Cabin

Located in the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel, The Cabin offers the finest in casual Colorado cuisine, in a welcoming, family-friendly environment. The menu is a creative blend of Contemporary Mountain, with western influences, although Latin and European nuances are also evident. Menu highlights include indigenous wild game, elk, buffalo, and trout. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free selections are also available.

The Drunken Onion

Conveniently situated in Wildhorse Marketplace, The Drunken Onion is easily accessible from the ski area, as well as Highway 40, and the mountain village. The food served is freshly prepared, homemade, and wholesome, including soups, sandwiches, and salads.

Harwig’s L’Apogee

Located in the historic Harwigs building, L’Apogee has been delighting locals and guests for over 25 years, with their excellent service, and a varied menu that includes Thai dishes.

Johnny B Good’s Diner

This 50s-style downtown diner serves up traditional American classics like meat loaf and fried chicken at a reasonable cost. The relaxing environment includes posters of 1950s and 1960s movie stars adorning the walls, and music from that era plays continuously, adding to the fun, retro ambiance.

Mahogany Ridge

Mahogany ridge is Steamboat hotspot for local beers, a fun Happy Hour, and a creative menu unlike any other in town. It offers a ‘Dipping Menu’ that features over 15 sauces for dipping with a large selection of meats and vegetables. Also on the menu are salads, noodles, sandwiches, and a wide range of vegetarian selections.

Old Town Pub

Grab a light lunch or a leisurely dinner at this historic, 104 year old, Steamboat fixture. They offer free WiFi, live music, a great selection of wine, 10 beers on draught, a kids’ menu, and, above all, a fun and friendly welcome!

Ore House at the Pine Grove

Tradition, history, and rustic elegance combine to provide guests with a unique dining experience at the Ore House. You will sense the ambiance of the surrounding mountain heritage as you enjoy a delicious meal. Relax with friends or family as you accompany your meal with a choice of fine wines and cocktails from the full service bar.

Rex’s American Bar and Grill

Rex’s invites guests to feel at home in their fun and welcoming restaurant. Service is friendly and the food homemade, utilizing the highest quality, all-natural ingredients. The bar features Happy Hour daily from 4.20pm until 6pm, and is a popular venue for locals and visitors alike.

Sevens Restaurant

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and conveniently situated adjacent to the Silver Bullet Gondola, at the base of the ski area, Sevens Restaurant enjoys wonderful mountain views and exudes a friendly, western ambiance. With something to please everyone, the wide-ranging menu covers everything from American Continental dishes to Sheraton Cuisine essentials.

3 Saddles Bar and Grill

Laying claim to one of Steamboat’s best decks, 3 Saddles is the perfect venue to sit back and relax with a drink in front of their welcoming fireplace. If you are hungry, enjoy a late night sandwich, or sample some tasty appetisers.

Slopeside Grill

A long time Steamboat favorite, Slopeside Grill is open daily during the ski season, serving lunch and dinner. The restaurant claims that their menu is so diverse that it pleases every palate, including that of the connoisseur. They serve ‘the only pasta on the mountain’, plus back ribs, award-winning chili, and fresh seafood, and lots, lots more. They have a full bar, which offers a wide range of microbrews, 8 choices of martini. They also feature regular live entertainment.

Three Peaks Grill

A relative newcomer to the Steamboat Restaurant scene, Three Peaks Grill is a collaboration between Chefs Michael Fragola and Peter Lautner, and impressive front man, James Kiefer. The result is a contemporary and exciting new dining experience. The Three Pines Grill is a steak and seafood restaurant located at the base of Steamboat’s Mount Werner. The menu showcases wonderfully fresh seafood, including Alaskan crab, North East clams, and East and West coast exotic oysters. The restaurant features Steamboat’s only raw bar, which is the perfect place to catch a game on one of the large, plasma TVs. Alternatively, enjoy your meal in the welcoming dining room, or gather round the welcoming fireplace for a cocktail and some appetizers. The attentive service, and superior food on offer ensures guests have a highly pleasurable dining experience. On Friday nights, relax with friends, and enjoy the sounds of the Steamboat Quartet in Jimmy’s Lounge.

Truffle Pig

Located slope side in Steamboat, The Truffle Pig offers farm-to-table, locally sourced dishes. Utilising organic produce, free-range game and meats, and line-caught seafood, the menu is fresh and satisfying. Accompany your meal with a great choice from regional and World wines.

Western BBQ

If you’re still ‘raring to go’after your day on the slopes, there’s no better venue for you to burn off a few more calories than on the dance floor at Western BBQ! Enjoy a family-friendly, all-you-can-eat-buffet, accompanied by live music, and a fun, lively atmosphere. Reservations recommended.