Mocha Molly's: Best Coffee in Town
Great place to start the day with a coffee and a breakfast burrito. They also have a great banana & chocolate chip bread. It's the locals favorite place so trust me, it's good.
Favorite Dish: Cafe Mocha with whip cream.
The Butcher Shop: The Butcher Shop
This is your typical steak house, a place to eat, not dine. Prices seemed reasonable for the quality and amount of food. However, large families with little teenage brats that can't be controlled can be found here, which destroys what little atmosphere exists.
Favorite Dish: Alaskan Crab Legs...
The Steamboat Smokehouse: The Steamboat Smokehouse
The Steamboat Smokehouse is a very small BBQ restaurant/bar with lots of stuffed animal heads on the wall. It is what one might think of a restaurant in the old West. Prices are moderate and they have 32oz. draft beers. Oh, the hostess was cute too.
Favorite Dish: I love BBQ. If you go to the Steamboat Smokehouse get the combination plate, which offers two choices of BBQ meat of their menu. I had the pulled pork and beef brisket, which were full of flavor, absolutely succulent.
Oarhouse is a good steak and seafood place. I prefer the steak (see my Vail page and look at my Pepe's recommendation). While I hear the fish is good, I can't resist ordering their prime rib. It fills up the plate and will leave you completely satisfied. As with all my steak recommendations, I suggest you compliment your meal with a nice Cabernet, Pinot Noir, or Merlot. Steak without a great glass of red wine is, well, hamburger. Plus, it has helped to keep my cholesterol right under 300!
Favorite Dish: Prime Rib
La Montaña: La Montaña
A slightly upscale Southwestern style restaurant with nothing that special about the atmosphere. My fajitas were somewhat over priced, even for Elk meat.
Favorite Dish: Elk Fajitas...
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