Gold Pan Bar: $2.00 PBR All the time!
This turned out to be our favorite watering hole in Breck. It is about as close to a western saloon as you can find these days including an honest-to-god wood swinging door. Good vibes. Not too clean. Dank. Just what we were looking for. Did I mention the $2.00 PBR's?
Dress Code: Hah!
Burke and Riley's Irish Pub: Decent Irish Pub & good food
Decent pub, with a good beer list, sit down tables, and a good menu. The clientele will most likely be straight from the ski slopes, so it will get busy around 5pm as the sun is closing the lifts. But then again, it may not be too busy late at light as everyone was tired from a long day skiing and needs their sleep before tackling the hill the next day.
Dress Code: Dress code is very casual.
Sherpa and Yetis: Live Music Scene
After stopping at most of the restaurants and clubs, the friendly locals recommended this place for the live music and atmosphere. Good music and a fun atmosphere. When i went the awesome Yonder Mountain String Band was playing.
Dress Code: No Dress Code
Downtown: Enjoy walking around and checking out the Seen
Just walking around downtown Breckenridge was a great time. There is a great mexican restaurant for margaritas---unfortunately I forgot the name but it is across the street from the Great Lodge!! Beaver Run has a nice lively bar with live music as well.
Dress Code: Casual-Jeans, sweater, mountain boots!