103 South Harris Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 7243
The Speakeasy, a movie theater located at 9,600 feet, features major blockbuster and non-mainstream films alike. As the only movie theater in town, the intimate feel will make for a memorable experience. They also have an art gallery that displays the works of local artists.
121 South Ridge Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 0199
Backstage Theater is home to a variety of Breckenridge's live productions. A non-profit community-based center for the arts, the theater features productions like "The Sound of Music," "The Vagina Monologues," "Frog Prince" and many more. To experience the sights and sounds of the Rockies' artistic side, look no further than the Backstage Theater.
103 North Main Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 5499
Documented as the most continuous operating bar west of the Mississippi, the Gold Pan Saloon has been a favorite local watering hole for miners since 1859. You might expect a gun-slingin' cowboy to walk in through the saloon doors at any moment, but in the meantime, enjoy a drink and some food in this historical landmark.
520 South Main Street Top Floor, La Cima Mall Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 547 2782
With a menu that is sure to please everyone, Burke & Riley's Irish Pub offers a multitude of Irish meals (and American) including the Celtic Burger and the County Galway "Fish a majig." Sit back and enjoy a Guinness in this friendly local pub where co-owners Mark Burke and Jack Riley will make you feel like part of the community.
620 Village Road Beaver Run Resort Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 6000
For big screen televisions, games and good ol' American food, check out the Coppertop Bar and Cafe, located in the Beaver Run Resort. If you are there during ski season, be sure to catch the apres ski entertainment.
109 East Lincoln Ave. breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 9948
The Briar Rose is a former miner's grub hall up at the top of Peak 10, near the old Briar Rose Silver Mine. Today, the spot exists as a steak and seafood restaurant, serving the best slow roasted prime ribs, mouth-watering steaks, wild game, fresh seafood, poultry, pasta and vegetarian entrees. Yes folks, they've got it all, and an unequivocal personality to boot. Open for dinner daily starting at 5 p.m.
520 S. Main Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 +1 970 453 2243
If you want a martini, Cecilia's is the place to get it. With diverse music from DJs or live bands as well as half-price Martinis during happy hour, Cecilia's is the perfect place to start or end the night. Be sure to check out the website for upcoming events.
22954 United States Highway 6 Keystone, CO 80435 +1 970 513 9344
After your travel in the ski town of Keystone, head to the Goat Soup & Whiskey Tavern to unwind with your friends. The pub comes across as a regular watering-hole where you can down some pints of Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) beer and whiskey shots. However, more that the drinks, it is much more famous for hosting concerts of varied local and national independent bands. Contemporary artists/ bands like Mayan Funkpocalpyse, Bill McKay Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and hundreds of others have graced its stage in the past, and impressed the discerning music lovers with some scintillating performances. Check out their calender to know more about upcoming events.
For your all in one hangout spot in Breckenridge, head
to Salt Creek. The restaurant downstairs has a good selection of steaks, seafood and Texas style pit barbecue, which is slow cooked over oak wood. Upstairs is the bar ...
Located adjacent to the Blue River, the Riverwalk Center is
home to popular live performances and outdoor concerts. The center can hold up to 774 people and up to 2,000 guests by using the lawn. Groups and performers like ...