There is nothing better than the sweet smell of fresh turkey, savory gravy, and homemade pie. Tack on a couple days of skiing, fresh snow and nights huddled by the fire and you’ve got yourself a true Breckenridge Thanksgiving! Here at Best of Breck, we have complied a list of all the Thanksgiving dinner options to enjoy on your Thanksgiving getaway!
Spencer’s: If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving spread that is sure to have every traditional dish and more, Spencer’s is the place to be. Start off with a display of soups, then load up your plate with turkey, ham, prime rib and an array of sides. Make sure to save room for the cheesecake, pies, and chocolate cake!
$49.00 adult / $29.00 kid
11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Hearthstone: Fine dining meets a 4-course harvest at the Hearthstone. Known for their incredible dishes, the Hearthstone is sure to make your tummy full and Thanksgiving cravings filled. Menu is TBD check here for updates!
$52.00 adults / $22.00 kid
Time: 9 p.m.
Call 970-453-1148 for reservations
Blue River Bistro: A local’s favorite in Breck, Blue River is a great option with a 3-course meal. Start with a truffle pea soup, then a hearty Thanksgiving plate, topped off with pumpkin cheesecake.
$32 adults / $15 kid
Time: 4 p.m.
BoLD: serving a traditional 3 course Thanksgiving dinner. Starting with a warming bowl of our soup du jour, it will continue with a classic Thanksgiving lineup of turkey with all of the trimmings, and apple or pumpkin pie for dessert – if you’ve still got room. Don’t fancy turkey? They will also be serving their usual menus as well.
$30 adults / $15 kid
Time: 1 p.m.
Sevens Restaurant: Located at the base of Peak 7, this restaurant is offering a 3-course meal with outstanding views. Ski right on in to Sevens for a delicious Thanksgiving meal. Menu is still TBD. Call (970) 496-8910 for details.
*Price is still to be determinded
Time: 2 p.m.
Other Thanksgiving Day specials
Robbie’s Tavern – 212 Grandview Dr, Breckenridge, CO 80424 |970-547-8785
Quandary Grill – 505 S Main St C1, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | (970) 547-5969
Eric’s – 111 S Main St, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | (970) 453-1401
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Our little mountain town is chock-full with local “mom & pop” shops, creative minds, and some very talented individuals, which makes it easy to find a plethora of unique gifts for your loved ones this holiday season. Treat your family and friends to a one-of-a-kind gift that they won’t be able to find anywhere else! Check out all of these awesome and different gift ideas made right here in Breckenridge by local companies.
Every candle in this store is hand-carved and custom made! Their unique designs offer anything from creative geometrical designs to mountains and everything in between.
Swing by 326 S Main St., and pick up one of these exclusive candles to give to friends or family this holiday season or order one online.
This is the highest distillery in the WORLD! Pretty sweet, huh? Get your boozy buddies a bottle of their award-winning Bourbon Whiskey, unique bar knick-knacks, glassware, apparel or wooden signs. They have so many gifts to choose from! Plus, while you are shopping for your friends you can treat yourself to a sip (or two) of their award-winning hooch at the bar. Have your cake and eat it too!
Swing by 1925 Airport Road to pick out something special or order it online.
These guys have it all: cold process soaps, glycerin soaps, soaks & scrubs, lotions & balms, and pre-made gift packs! They hand-craft all of their products from scratch so only the best ingredients are used. All soaps are vegetable-based so they are vegan-friendly!
Check out their retail store on 411 S Main St and take a look around or buy something online (they ship every day!).
These custom etched gifts are perfect for every occasion! They use a sandblasting technique to engrave the glass that results in a permanent satin finish that will never fade or come off. Everything is made-to-order in their studio and they will happily mail their products anywhere in the United States!
Check them out at 411 S Main St, unit #16 or call them at (970) 232-0720 for more details.
This cute little boutique sells “simple lightweight jewelry for a life lived in constant motion.” All jewelry is hand-made and each item is unique. You can even get something custom-made!
Swing by the Fuqua Livery Stable on 110 E. Washington Ave to check out their creations or get something online.
There are so many more shops in Breckenridge where you can find that perfect gift for that special someone. All you have to do is take a stroll down Historic Main Street and check out all of the boutiques, retail and novelty shops, galleries, and jewelers where you can find something truly special.
Happy Holidays from our family to yours!
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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to give thanks! Take a step back and reflect on what really matters to you. Sometimes it’s so easy to take things for granted and it’s always important to put things in perspective. Think about it for a second…
We asked our co-workers and below is a Word Cloud that we generated from all of their responses.
Here are a few quotes from our co-workers!
“I am thankful that I get to spend time this thanksgiving being with my best friends. Even though our families are miles apart, nothing beats hanging out with the people that you know and love.”
“I am thankful for living here in Breckenridge and working with such wonderful people. I feel blessed to be healthy and active in the ski and snowboarding community.”
“That I have a good job, doing what I enjoy – for an outstanding company and with amazing co-workers!”
“I am thankful for the mountains that we live in and the lifestyle of summit county.”
“I am thankful for my health, well-being, and being privileged enough to live in this beautiful place we call home!”
“My family, husband, children and four beautiful grandchildren.”
“I feel so blessed living where I do and I LOVE every second of it! I feel so fortunate to live in this amazing place.”
“It has been such a privilege growing up in this community. I have been watching Breckenridge and its ski area change and evolve my entire life, and I am so thankful that not only do I live in one of the best ski towns in the world, but also that I work with some of the most amazing people I have ever met. I have met so many wonderful people in this town and I am thankful to be a part of such a tight-knit community. Last but not least, I am thankful for healthy friends and family, and I am so grateful for everything I have right now.”
“I am thankful for being fortunate to live and work in such a beautiful community!”
“I am thankful to live and work in my favorite place on earth. I am thankful that I get to snowboard and mountain bike in my back yard. I am thankful for all of the passionate, genuine people who I have gotten to know in Breckenridge to share these experiences with. I am thankful for my family and the time we get to spend together.”
“I am thankful for every day that I wake up and get to have another day with my horse (who is 34), my dog (who is 13), and my grandma (who is currently having some health issues). I know that their time left with me is limited and I am thankful for every day and every moment.”
“This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for SO MUCH! But, the things I am MOST thankful for are: my health, my family & home, my friends: near & far, new & old, my co-workers, my awesome job, the life I am able to live, snow, skiing, yoga, our Breckenridge community, the Rocky Mountains, and the ability to do awesome things with amazing people (rock climbing, concerts, hikes, white water anything, snow biking, festivals, town events).”
“I’m thankful to have a family away from my family – our company and the friendships I have made. Nothin’ beats personal connections and fostering valuable relationships.”
“Thankful for snow and mountains and family!”
Easter Weekend marks the onset of spring, which might make you think that ski season’s end is near. But, as we type this, one of the biggest blizzards of the season is thumping down on the Town of Breck, and we can’t wait to hop around in some POW. Celebrating Easter in Breckenridge might just be the most egg-cellent decision you make this year. The family can still enjoy traditions such as decorating eggs, eating delicious candy and filling bouquets with lilies while forming new customs like skiing under blue bird skies, slopeside egg hunting and joining in Breck’s Spring Fever festival.
FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH
- Ski with a Ranger at Breckenridge: Treat yourself and/or your family to an hour long lesson from a Volunteer Ranger on Peak 7 at the top of the Independence SuperChair at 11am. All you need is your lift ticket and intermediate skiing abilities. The US Forest Service, Friends of Dillon Ranger District and Breckenridge Ski Resort put this on free of charge!
- Cupcakes & Canvases: At the River Run Village in Keystone, an après party featuring an hour of cupcakes, canvases, art supplies and creative coaching will result in a happy family from 5pm to 6pm.
- Live Music at The Motherloaded Tavern: Thump your foot to the hippity hoppity beats of John Woodall and the Hollywood Farmers at MLT in Breckenridge. The festivities start at 5pm and run until 8pm. We recommend ordering some magic bacon and tots while you jam.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26TH
- Free Watercolor Fiesta: Local artists are offering free workshops in the Breckenridge Arts District from 4pm – 7pm, featuring tutorials on creating mini-watercolor paintings. For more details on this cultural workshop that is fun for the whole family, email Mauricio.
- The Jerseys Sing the Four Seasons and more: From 7pm to 9pm at the Riverwalk Center in Breck, The Jerseys will be serenading spectators with familiar tunes that’ll have the whole family dancing.
SUNDAY, MARCH 27TH
- Sunrise On-Mountain Easter Service: Hop on over to the Quicksilver SuperChair at the base of Peak 9 for a free ride up the mountain to rejoice in a breathtaking sunrise service like you’ve never experienced before. The lift loads at 6am and service runs at Ten Mile Station from 6:30am to 7:15am.
- On Mountain Kids’ Easter Egg Hunt: Taking place on both Peak 8 and Peak 9 at 9:30am, children ages 10 and younger get their shot at finding as many hidden eggs as they can. For the even littler ones, at 10am kiddos ages 3 and under can also hunt for the Easter Bunny’s hidden eggs in a fenced in area near Chair 5. Don’t forget to find the Easter Bunny and take pictures with him!
Feeling egg-cited? You should be! Duck out of your usual Easter routine; hunt down your peeps, find some pastel baskets and come find your sweet spot in Breck. The best lodging deals in town can be found at Breckenridge Discount Lodging. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Breckenridge for a hoppy Easter holiday!
Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and Breckenridge is the perfect place to snuggle into with your significant other. If you are like so many of us you might be saying to yourself, “Valentine’s Day? This weekend?” Why not surprise your main squeeze with a romantic getaway to Breckenridge? Here are some ideas to do Valentine’s Day in Breckenridge right.
Private Sleigh Ride: Its winter and that means it’s the perfect time to get close under blankets! How about a private sleigh ride in the heart of the Rocky Mountains? Breckenridge Sleigh Rides offers scenic rides with great views of the Ten Mile Range and the Continental Divide. If you are willing to drive a few miles down the road to Frisco, Two Below Zero offers private sleigh rides with some pretty amazing views around Lake Dillon as well.
Cross country ski or snowshoe with a picnic: If you are looking to be a little more active, then try renting cross country skis or snowshoes at the Breckenridge Nordic Center or the Gold Run Nordic Center. Both offer rentals and lessons. Before you go, stop at some of the many shops in town and pick up some cheese, wine and other delicacies for a little picnic while you are out on the trails.
Snow cat skiing: if you really want to up your game how about a seriously heavy duty powder experience consider making the trip over to Keystone. Your Breckenridge Pass is good at Keystone and you can sign up for a Snow Cat adventure. Keystone Snow Cats offer access to unparalleled powder skiing that is nearly inaccessible to most.
Flowers, wine, chocolate and jewelry: We can’t forget about the “Four Horseman of Valentine’s Day!” These are the staples of any successful Valentine’s Day! For flowers call Bloom, Petal & Bean or just swing by City Market and make your own arrangement. Add a trip to Ridge Street Wine (actually on Main Street) to pick up wine and chocolate. Take a walk down Main Street and surprise you special someone with a unique piece of Jewelry from a Breckenridge jewelry store.
Cap it off with dinner: Embrace the time honored tradition of the Valentine’s Day dinner! Breckenridge offers a fine selection of nice restaurants for all budgets. Many restaurants will be offering Valentine’s Day deals so make sure you grab a Summit Daily (free local newspaper) from one of the blue boxes all over town. There is the best source for restaurant deals. You can check a really extensive selection of local restaurants with the Breckenridge Dining Guide.
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