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Restaurants vital to keeping Yampa River clean

Restaurants play a major role in our local community’s economy and are responsible for a large amount of the City’s waste and potential pollutants. Poorly managed grease and waste can lead to many problematic issues for restaurants and the City, like clogged pipes, economic losses, environmental degradation, loss of visual appeal and fines.

 

The City of Steamboat Springs is partnering with Yampa Valley Sustainability Council on a campaign to educate restaurant employees about stormwater and wastewater best management practices. As a restaurant manager, you and your staff can follow these easy steps (link to 1 page flier) to prevent pollution of the Yampa River and other streams and keep our City stormwater and wastewater systems (and your plumbing!) running smoothly. Download this document (link to longer document) with details on how you can keep our river clean and avoid fines.

Have questions or want the documents in Spanish? Email Cameron Hawkins, cameron@yvsc.org.

Stormwater Poster

 

Steamboat Art Museum Exhibition: James Morgan Retrospective Exhibit Moments in the Wild

Cliff Dwellers 40x30 oil on linen Jim Mo

James Morgan – “Cliff Dwellers” 40×30” oil

The Steamboat Art Museum is pleased to announce a retrospective exhibition by the renowned nature and wildlife painter, James Morgan, showcasing works of almost 40 years, including a range of media: sketches, studies watercolors and oil.

Volunteers Needed for Continental Cup

Volunteers are needed to fill a variety of positions for the upcoming Steamboat Ski Town U.S.A.® Continental Cup at Howelsen Hill. The eyes of the world will once again be upon Steamboat Springs and this historic ski area when it hosts the FIS Continental Cup, Dec. 14 & 15, including welcoming the First Women’s Nordic Combined Continental Cup in North America to its storied slopes.

Volunteers are needed to fill a variety of positions ranging from on-hill jump responsibilities to the cross-country course and throughout the Howelsen Hill base area. Can’t work during the competition, some positions, such as hill prep, start as early as December 6. A list of available positions, time requirements and ability to sign up, can be found at sswsc.org/volunteer.

Click here for a Downloadable PDF

Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving 2018

Main Street Steamboat wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re vacationing in Steamboat for the holiday, or you just don’t want to cook, then try on of the following restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving day!

Fine Dining

Aurum Food and Wine – 3pm to 8pm. Three course Thanksgiving meal; Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, pie. $52 for adults, $19 for kids.

The Cabin – 1:30 to 7:30. Thanksgiving Buffet. $58 for adults, $16 for kids 5-12, kids 5 and under are free

Cuginos – $30 approximate. 

E3 Chophouse 12-8pm. $60 Turkey and stuffing for six people.

Harwigs – Open at 3pm, stops taking reservations at 8pm. Meals served at the table, $50 for a classic Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings. A second plate is $21. As well as kids plates at $21. Selections from the main menu are also available.

Table 79 – 5pm – 9pm. Traditional thanksgiving menu.

Casual Dining

Mambos – 4pm – 8:30pm no specials

Paramount – 8am to 5pm. Regular menu

The Rusted Porch – 11am to 9pm. Regular menu.

Steamboat Meat and Seafood – 11am to 5pm. $28.95 Traditional Thanksgiving Menu: Roasted Turkey, rich turkey gravy, herb & sausage dressing, Fluffy mashed potatoes, autumn salad (mixed greens, tomatoes, spiced pecans & cranberries, with champagne vinaigrette), ginger – cranberry compote, green bean casserole, choice of pie, peasant bread & butter.

6 person minimum for whole turkey. Organic turkey additional $3 per person.

Side dishes: Ala Carte $4 per person

Old Fashioned oyster dressing $45, feeds 10 people

Family Dining

Johnny B. Goods – 7am until 2pm.  Will serve regular menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Will not serve a Thanksgiving dinner; but will sell whole, homemade pies that can be
pre-ordered by calling 970-870-8400 and speaking with staff

Rex’s Grill – 1pm to 8pm. $40 for adults, $15 for kids, $32 for loyalty  members. Thanksgiving buffet; roasted turkey with gravey, glazed ham with cranberry chutney, roasted prime rib.

Sides: baked briocho stuffing, buttermilk biscuits, green bean mushroom casserole, marshmallow sweet potato, sticky carrots & crunchy broccoli, mashed potatos.

Sweet Endings: pecan pie cheesecake, gooey pumpkin pudding, chocolate brownie bites   

 

 

 

 

Halloween Stroll 2018 Downtown Steamboat Springs

Come celebrate Halloween with 6999 of your best friends Downtown Steamboat Springs Halloween Night 5 – 7 pm October 31st on Lincoln Avenue. We have shut down the street so you can strut your stuff. This is the night when zombies rub elbows with fairies and everyone is a kid. Bring the family for a super fun time, but think twice before you bring your dog, they are often upset by the number of people in costume.