We have been travelling to Summit County Colorado at least once a year for the last 9 years. It has mountain towns with an abundance of things to do, and places to eat. Each and every time we try to hit our favorite places and try some new ones also. Whether you stay main street Frisco or Breckenridge this list has you covered.
Breckenridge Tap house formally known as Oscars has a rotation of new and popular beers and the best Blackened Mahi Mahi tacos in town.
Broken Compass Brewing is located down the road from main street. They offer a shuttle to and from downtown Breck. They have the best Three Pepper Ale if you like spice. It is a great atmosphere and they have many other beer options.
Crepes ala Cart is booming every morning for a reason. They are a crepe stand with sweet and savory options, and is a great low key breakfast of lunch option.
Car Boy Winery has a couple different options of wine flights if you want to try out a variety. If you know what you like they have a great bar to hang out at.
Daylights Donuts is a inexpensive restaurant to go for a quick sit down classic breakfast.
Cuppa Joe has excellent views of the Breckenridge slopes. The coffee is great, and the breakfast burritos are filling.
The Canteen has a wonderful patio overlooking main street, it is dog friendly, and has a wide variety of food and drinks.
Breckenridge Brewery and Pub has a ton of different locally brewed beers. They also have excellent food so come hungry.
Empire Burger has a great assortment of juicy burgers.
Downstairs at Eric’s has arcade games, many different pizza options, and a large stocked bar. As a tradition when we arrive we enjoy a pizza as our first meal. It seems to help with the altitude transition.
Sky Market has the best to go pizza. It is in Beaver Run Resort, and you will have to park and walk through the halls of the resort to get there, but is worth your time.
Bagalis has a fabulous happy hour with two for ones, but remember you are in the mountains and alcohol can hit you harder.
Kemosabe Sushi has the best spicy sushi in town.
Foote’s Rest is a building from 1870 on the main street of Frisco as many different businesses that have come and gone. Now it is an excellent sweet shop with rich fudge, many types of ice cream, and an old school candy wall. In the summers they occasionally have a band playing on the patio outside.
Butterhorn Bakery and Cafe is located off the main street in Frisco. The Fruit and Nut French toast is loaded up with strawberry’s, bananas, blueberry’s, and nuts on their fresh baked bread. This is very filling and to die for, but is so big that you may want to share with a friend.