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2019 Steamboat Springs Restaurant Week

Steamboat Springs Restaurant Week

Satisfying a Mountain of Appetites 

September 27 – October 6 

Steamboat is putting on its finest and setting the table just for you! This annual event is the perfect opportunity for food lovers to sample some of Steamboat’s finest local offerings. Dozens of restaurants throughout Steamboat will be offering prix-fixe multi-course breakfast, lunch and dinner menus for everyone to enjoy. Listed below is all the participating restaurants and their specials.

We invite you to check out activities, cultural and historic EVENTS during Restaurant Week. There is always something exciting going on in Steamboat Springs.

Please consider supporting our Lodging Partners and receive a great deal on your accommodations during Restaurant Week. With our partners, Mountain Resorts, Pioneer Ridge and Simply Steamboat you can save 10% off your stay and 25% off your stay with The Bristol Boutique Downtown Hotel.

8th Street Steakhouse


$20.19 Special:

Entree choice (one of following:)
*8 oz ny strip
*lemon chicken
*teriyaki chicken
*wild sockeye salmon
*shrimp skewers
Includes unlimited salad bar & Texas toast
Side dish (one of following:)
*baked potato
*garlic mashed potatoes
*steamed broccoli
*french fries
8th Street Tater (1 tater for up to 4 people)
Our signature dessert of cookies and cream ice cream, wrapped in cocoa powder and covered in whip cream, chocolate syrup and roasted almonds


Aurum Food & Wine

50 % off all Entrees





Besame is offering this unique culinary experience with a 3 course meal for $35 per person/$55 with wine pairings!  Starting with Goat Empanadas;harissa aioli, bocharone gremolata, cilantro, queso fresco- wine pairing; (Bubbles)Ameztoi Rose ‘ Hijo de Rubentis Lote Disgorged ’15 – Txakolina, ES ’15

Next course is Lemongrass Skirt Steak; mint chimichurri, orange rice with kaffir lime, crispy shallot charcoal vinaigrette, charred gailan- wine pairing; (Cabernet Sauvignon)JB Neufeld- Yakima Valley, WA ’15

Top off your meal with Smoked White Chocolate Mousse;candied ginger snap, mango, guajillo powder, mint gel- wine pairing; (Tempranillo) Conde de Hervias- Riojo, ES ’09


Big House Burgers

Tickle Me Pickle Burger topped with melted cheddar, fried pickles & BBQ Ranch served with fries and a mini shake- $15



The Cabin

The Cabin is featuring a three course meal for $39!

First course;  Hamachi Crudo-blood orange, shaved fennel and avacado  or  Salad of Stilton-with Asian Pear, dried apple butter, walnut vinaigrette and frisee  or  Colorado pork green chili- served with crispy corn tortilla chips

Second course; Hawaiian Opah-celeriac puree and tropical fruit salad  or  Chorizo stuffed bone in pork chop with butternut squash farrotto  or  Yogurt and curry grilled chicken breast- sweet peppers, fava bean hummus and cilantro sauce

Dessert; Honey and mascarpone stuffed poached pear  or  Ginger and peach creme brulee  or  Tres Leches cake with seasonal berries




Cafe Diva

Cafe Diva is offering a 3 course meal with wine pairings for $59 per person




Carl’s Tavern

$20.19 Special:


1st Course:

Pork Green Chili (cup) or Side Salad

2nd Course:

Any Burger or Sandwich or Kale or Wedge Salad

3rd Course:

Mini Carrot Cake or Mini Chocolate Cake



Creekside Cafe & Grill

Creekside is offering a Peach Crisp Mimosa, Smell that Cinnamon Roll French Toast using Hayden Fresh Eggs and served with local sausage- $14.99



Dude & Dan’s Bar and Grill

Dude and Dan’s is offering Dinner for 2-$50

Starter to share or 2 small salads

Choice of 2 Entrees

2 Drinks from the bar




E3 Chophouse

E3 is featuring a 14 oz NY Strip, lobster tail, asparagus and a house wine for $45








Haymaker Patio Grill

Friday 27th is All you can eat Fish Fry-$13.99

Saturday 28th is 8 oz Prime Rib for $16.95 or 12 oz Prime Rib for $20.95

Also, 15% off all Entrees for lunch-11:00 am-2:30 pm daily


How Ya Doin’

How about a medium one topping pizza for $10!



Johnny B Good’s Diner





Laundry Kitchen & Cocktails


5 courses for $80 (serves two people)


1st Course: meat and cheese

2nd Course: crustini – bourbon peaches / burrata / pepitas / lavender honey

3rd Course: pow pow – crispy rice flour shrimp / spicy aioli / sesame powder / pickled ginger

4th Course: bibb salad – sweety drop peppers / sunflower seeds / strawberry / citrus-tarragon vinaigrette

5th Course: Colorado cut – marinated flank / smoked cheddar mash / charred tomato / salsa verde



Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill

For your dining pleasure Mahogany is offering a three course meal for $35!

Appetizer Choices- Seared Diver Scallops; beet paint/ black yuzu/ micro wasabi or Wild Mushroom Canneloni; ricotta/ spinach/ fennel black garlic cream or Peruvian Antichuchos; grilled tenderloin skewers/ elote/ chimichurri or Chicken Confit Empanada; elote/ Oaxaca cheese/ pasilla cream

Entree Choices-  Porcini Mushroom, Butternut Squash and Baby Kale Rye Bread Pudding; chive cream/ scallion ash/ shaved parmesan or Tamarind and Lemongrass Braised Shortrib; jasmine rice/ Fresno pepper/ snap peas/ micro wasabi or Pan Roasted Hudson Valley Duck Breast; whipped yukon potatoes/ cherry bourbon gastrique/ kale agrodulce/thyme powder or Alaskan Halibut Bouillabaisse; PEI mussels/ saffron tomato sauce/ fennel mire poix/ baguette/cucumber

Dessert- chefs nightly selection


Mai Thai

Lunch special plus add an egg roll- $9.95

Pad Thai; See Ew; Drunken Noodle; Thai Classic Noodle Soup; Thai Spicy Noodle Soup; Red Curry; Yellow Curry; Panang Curry; Thai Fried Rice     Your Choice of Chicken or Tofu served with Jasmine Rice


Mambo Italiano

Satisfy your taste buds with this 3 course meal from Mambo’s!  $40

Salsiccia Piccante con Finocchio- (Laura The Butcher, Steamboat Springs); parmigiano polenta, raddicchio sauerkraut, paprika aioli, pork jus

Capesante Scottate; seared sea scallops in squid ink linguini, manilla clams, nduja, lemon, trout roe, dill

Chocolate Hazelnut Panna Cotta; chocolate hazelnut biscotti, kumquat marmalade, candied hazelnuts, whipped cream

*No substitutions * no split plates * subject to change

  Marcia and Joe’s Kitchen

Opening early just for this week! 8 am – 9 pm

Any Breakfast item is $1.00 off and a free coffee- Breakfast burritos, Veggie bagel, Jamrock bagel, Filla Croissant sandwiches and Breakfast tacos

Lunch- Get $2.00 off any burrito of your choice

Dinner- Enjoy a glass of our homemade Sorrel Drink with either a medium or large platter


Mazzola’a Italian Diner

Mazzola’s  will be offering a 3 course meal for $35. Starting with Mazzola’s salad, moving into Chicken Florentine Lasagne – white lasagne with chicken, tomato and spinach, topping it off with Gelato.



McKnight’s Irish Pub




Moe’s Original BBQ

At Moe’s you can get a Pulled Pork Sandwich Meal which includes 2 sides                                                for $8.00

They are also featuring their Happy Hour 2-6 Daily

$5- 2 pulled pork sliders                                                                                                                                           $2.50- Draft Beer- Coors and Bud


Mountain Tap Brewery

Mountain Tap Brewery’s Restaurant Week Tasting Menu was created in the spirit of the Oktoberfest season in Germany and was inspired by the flavors of an Autumn Harvest.

Items can be individually ordered or enjoy the special 3 course bundle for $30

First course; Crispy potato pancake with herbed sour cream and apple cabbage slaw- $6  Suggested beer pairing; Chasing Sunset or Passionate Pedal- $5.5-$6

Second course; Veal Schnitzel with house made sauerkraut and spaetzle- $23   Suggested beer pairing; Locals’ Lager or Current IPA-$6

Third course; Apple crisp with house made streusel topping, served with vanilla ice cream and wort syrup-$9  Suggested beer pairing; Mountain Macaroon or Paddlers’ Porter-$6

Bundle all 3 Tasting courses for $30 ( exclusive of beverages, tax and tip



Old Town Pub        

Old Town pub is offering a ” McDowell Burger” featuring a 6 oz patty with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles and Thousand Island Dressing with a side of fries- $10




O’Neil’s will be offering a Fish and Chips Entree with a side salad and a draft beer for $23!


Ore House at the Pine Grove

The Ore House is offering an 8 oz Prime Rib Dinner with Salad Bar and choice of 3 sides for $24.95 or

Make it a special evening with Dinner for 2. 2 8oz Prime Rib Dinners with salad Bar, and 2 choices of side, a bottle of wine from the Restaurant week list and desert to share for $69.95.




Otto Pint

Otto Pint is offering a 3 course meal for $20. Choose your Salad, Specialty Pizza ( gluten free costs little bit more)  and dessert.




Rex’s American Bar & Grill

Rex’s will be offering a choice of Rexola’s salad or a cup of Tomato Bisque. Main course; Strip Fried Rice- New York Prime Steak, Forbidden rice, Snappy veggies & toasted sesame shoyu. Finish off your meal with Mississippi Mud Pie- $35



                                            609 Yampa Street 

609 Yampa Street will be featuring:

Slider Trio; Hot Damn-Angus Beef Slider topped with Jalapeno Jam, Pepperjack Cheese and spicy aoili.        Mushroom Swiss-Angus Beef Slider topped with Swiss Cheese, Shiitaki, Cremini and Porcini mushrooms.      Black n Bleu-Angus Beef Slider topped with Bleu Cheese crumbles, candied bacon and garlic aoili-$15

Hot Italian Beef Sandwich; A heaping portion of Chicago Style shaved Italian Beef topped with Chef Puch’s house made Giardiniera  ( Add Mozzarella option) comes with fresh house made fries- $15

Beer Can Chicken; 1/2 a Redbird Chicken roasted in a beer bath served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables- $18




Salt and Lime

Salt & Lime will be offering a Mini veggie queso; melted Chihuahua cheese, blistered tomatoes, beans and  corn Fresno chilis. Shrimp chip; corn chips, smashed avocados, butter poached shrimp, haystack chilis and queso fresco. 2 Tacos; diner’s choice. Choc – Churros; original with Mexican chocolate or nutty with pistachio glaze- $25


Seedz Breakfast & Lunch Cafe

20% off daily special




The SnowBowl

Snowbowl is offering a three course meal with a glass of wine for $35

First course;  Pulled Pork with crawfish fritters and vegetable succotash  or  Grilled Lamb and Peach Romesco toast with pickled peppers and sorrel   or   Creamed Olathe Corn with grilled vegetables and local sheep ricotta.

Second course;   Pan fried Mississippi catfish, red beans and rice, fried okra and spicy rouille  or  Grilled local pork chops, parsnip-apple butter, sweet carrot puree and bourbon nage  or  Barley-pumpkin ” risotto” , honey crisp apples, roasted salad and finished with house farm cheese

Third course; Warm blueberry- brioche bread pudding with vanilla ice cream  or  Flourless chocolate with malted green coffee/ milk chocolate ice cream


Skull Creek Greek

Available All Day

Make it a combo for $3.95

Buy one get one free Baklava(limit one per order)

Free Fountain Drink with first online order( fountain drink must be added to order at time of purchase)

Double Skull Creek reward points during Restaurant Week!

Steamboat Smokehouse

Smokehouse is offering Red or Green Chili- a cup for $3.95 or a bowl for $7.95





Head down to Sunpies for a taste of Lousiana!  They will be offering; Red Beans and Rice cup $6.25/ Bowl $8.50 and Chicken and Sausage Gumbo cup $6.25/ Bowl $8.50




Table 79 Foodbar

50% off all Entrees




Taco Cabo





Talay Thai

       Talay Thai is offering a special of Curry with Pad Thai and a side of  rice for $9.95 –  Curry choices are Red, Green, Yellow, Panang or  Massaman


Tap House Sports Bar & Grill

Tap House $10 lunch specials are;

Monday- Cheeseburger, fries and a drink

Tuesday-1/2 price wings all day

Wednesday-Pulled pork sandwich, fries and a drink

Thursday- Buffalo chicken, fries and a drink  (salad,sandwich or wrap)

Friday- Cheeseburger, fries and a drink

8 Wings and Fries all day every day for $11

Also, come in and see us for even better football specials throughout the week on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays!!

Timber & Torch


The three coarse meal will include a choice of 4 dinner entrees, 3 salad options and any dessert


Entrée options: Summer pasta with option to add protein, Fish Dish, or Apple Sage Elk meatloaf

Salad options:  Chop Chop or Cutting Wedge

Dessert options include: Seasonal fruit crisp, Classic Cheesecake, or Brownie sundae


Help Re-Imagine Yampa Street

We all do it right? We all say, “why don’t they do ….XX??”

This is your opportunity to share your great ideas, and actually have someone listen! Over the course of the summer months (June – September) Main Street Steamboat has created a community engagement process to talk about Yampa Street. This is your chance to tell us how YOU think it would be best to use Yampa Street. We want all your feedback. 

What festivals would you like to see or no festivals at all? How do we improve parking? Is there a place you would like to see a new bench or do we need a trash receptacle somewhere we haven’t thought of.  Should there be another pedestrian bridge to Howelsen? What is your favorite part of Yampa Street?

Look for our whiteboards on Yampa so that you can comment. Take a mini survey or fill out our survey online. We really want to hear from you! 

If you would like to know more about the process check out the Online Brochure.

Be a Downtown Ambassador


Join in the fun this summer and be a Downtown Ambassador. Ambassadors help out at Downtown events and are the frontline representing our community to our Summer Guests.  If you are a long time local or new in town, you enjoy meeting new people and sharing what you love about Steamboat Springs, then being a Downtown Ambassador might be for you. There is a little bit of training involved but we make it fun. We ask that you commit  to 4 events over the course of 4 months. Check out our list of opportunities here.

For more information email

If you are interested in volunteering, but don’t want to make the commitment to be an Ambassador, you can check out our volunteer opportunities here. You don’t have to be an Ambassador to volunteer.

Mud Season:Who’s open Who’s Closed and Who has Something a Little Special


It’s that time of the year again! After an amazing winter of skiing, snowboarding and winter sports, Steamboat Springs is settling down for a while before the summertime fun kicks off. This mud season several of the downtown restaurants are closing down for maintenance and cleaning, but even more restaurants are having specials that you should definitely take advantage of! The list below has all the information you need for who’s-doing-what during the off season, and a downloadable PDF can be accessed by clicking here.  

Check out what the New York Times has to say about Mud season in Colorado with some shoutouts to local favs!

720 Fusion Fresh 

Open all mud season


8th Street Steakhouse

Mud Season Specials include:

  • Sunday to Wednesday 20% off entire bill
  • Thursday – Mussels and Martini Night: $5 per pound of mussels, $3 per martini.
  • Friday – 2 for 1 Dinner entree with the purchase of a bottle of wine. Limits 4 people per bottle.


Aurum Food & Wine

“Destination Hospitality Dining Passport.” April 1st to June 6th. Offers 50% off any entree for 2 people. $10 to purchase actual passport card.


Azteca Taqueria

Open all mud season.


Back Country Delicatessen

Limited hours for mud season, open 8am to 4pm, until April 28th. If a large catering order is placed, might open slightly earlier or close slightly later.


Back Door Grill

Specials start 16th of April to 16th of June.

Specials include:

  • Tuesday –  2 for 1 Tuesday from 6pm to close (buy one get one free on everything).
  • Sundays: all day happy hours. 11am to 10pm.
  • Monday/Wednesday/Thursday – $5 burger night, any one patty burger is $5 (except the Dennis Popper Burger). “Blue Collar Burger” $7.99, includes choice of classic cheeseburger or chicken club with a side of fries and a non-alcoholic drink from 11am to 3pm.


The BARley

Locals appreciation: from April 15th to May 16th. 3pm to 8pm. $4.50 beers, $5 wines, $9 Jam Cocktails, 25% off all house cocktails.



Mud Season Specials, April 1st to May 30th.

  • Mondays – industry night, 30% off your entire bill
  • Tuesdays – Taco Tuesday, $5 house margaritas, $4 draft beers, 3 tacos $10. (while  they last/no substitutions)
  • Wednesdays – All night happy hour
  • Thursdays – Ladies night – half price cocktails, $6 house wines & bubbles – 25% off entries
  • Sundays – Half price bottle wine night, (select wines)


Caio Gelato

will be closed from April 7th to May 10th


Carl’s Tavern

Will be open throughout mud season.

Mud Season Specials:

  • Sunday/Monday: buy one main entree get another free excluding burgers, sandwiches and salads.
  • Tuesday Prime Rib Special – Spring Local’s Appreciation: $19.95 entree specials
  • Wednesday BBQ Rib Special – Spring Local’s Appreciation: $19.95 entree specials.
  • Thursday BBQ Chicken Special – Spring Local’s Appreciation: $19.95 entree specials
  • Lunch Specials: $10 Tavern Burger or Reuben.
  • May 4th, 12pm to 6pm  – Kentucky Derby Party: No Cover, prizes given for best derby day attire and best hat, drink specials include woodford reserve mint julep, buffalo trace Kentucky mule, Russell’s Reserve Kentucky lemonade, Maker’s Mark Manhattan, Blanton’s Old Fashion.


The Corner Slice

Mud Season Hours: Closed Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday opens at 4:30pm closes at managers discretion. Saturday and Sunday opens at noon, closes at managers discretion.  


Creekside Cafe

will be closed 22nd to the 28th of April. Re-opening April 29th.

Mud Season Special – 10% off advertised Special and double points for Rex Family card members from April 15th to May 10th (except during April’s closing dates)


Double ZZ BBQ

Closed April 15th to April 29th. Reopens April 30th


Dude and Dan’s

Closed April 22nd to April 27th


E3 Chophouse

Mud Season Specials, April 1st to Memorial Day (May 27th).

“Burgers & Burgundy night.”

  • Monday – Wednesday. $11 E3 Smashburger; 2 thin smashed E3 ranch raised ground beef burgers, with lettuce, tomato, cheese, pickles, and house aoli. Side of fires, Glass of wine (red or white).
  • Thursday – Saturday Buy One get one free all entrees
  • Sunday – Prime Rib Night $24.99


Harwigs L’Apogee

Open all mud season.


Johnny B. Goods

Mud Season Specials Now until May 19th:

  • Every Thursday Night in April and May – Teen’s Burger Night: Anyone ages 12 to 20 can order a cheeseburger, fries, and a milkshake for $10.
  • $2 PBR’s till May 18th.
  • Milkshake Happy Hour (3pm to 5pm) everyday in April and May – 2 for 1 deal, in-house shakes only (not to go).
  • $2.99 Drink pyramid – April 14 to 21st mimosas,
  • April 21st to 28th Budwiser/Budlight and mimosas,
  • April 28th to May 5th Margaritas, budlight/budwisers, bloody marys, and mimosas.
  • May 5th to May 12th White Russians, margaritas, bloody marys, budlight/budwisers, and mimosas
  • May 12th to May 19th Homemade Irish Creme )in coffee/shots, white russians, margaritas, bloody marys, budlight/budwiser, and mimosas.


Laundry Kitchen and Cocktails

Closed April 14th to April 28th. Double points for Rex Family Card holders until May 10th


Low Country Kitchen

Contact Low Country Kitchen for mud season information


Lyon’s Pharmacy

Soda fountain closed week of April 21st to April 27th


Mahogany Ridge

Closing down April 21st and reopening May 3rd. After May 3rd Happy Hours are 4pm to 5:30 pm and 9pm to 10pm.



From now until mid to late June, Mambos will have limited hours closing at 9


Mazzola’s Italian Diner

Double points for Rex Family Card Holders until May 10th


Mountain Tap Brewery

Closed April 14th to April 30th. Reopens May 1st at 3:30pm


Off The Beaten Path

Limited hours for mud season, April 1st to June 1st: Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm. Sunday 8am to 5pm. Will be closed on Easter Sunday April 21st and April 30th.


Old Town Pub

Opens at 3 Monday to Thursday. Opens at noon on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Resumes normal hours on May 15th


O’Neil’s Tavern and Grill

Specials now to Memorial Day weekend (May 27th)

  • Sunday to Thursdays 4pm t o10pm: Buy one get one free entrees on the entire menu.


Otto Pint

Closed from Easter day (April 21st) to May 1st

, Specials – May 1st to June 9tht:

  • Wednesdays – Bingo Night with specials.
  • Thursdays – Hospitality Industry Nights; 50% off wells, drafts, wines by the glass, and food: must present hospitality industry check stub to be eligible.
  • Friday – All day happy hours.
  • Saturday – regular menu and prices.

Sunday – Family night; $15 for adults $10 for kids 12 and under, all you can eat pasta, pizza, and salad



Closed April 21st to April 28th. Reopens April 29th at 9am


Sake 2 U
Sake2U will be closed from April 14th to May 3rd. Will have new menu after May 3rd. Cinco de Mayo specials “Sake de Mayo” 1⁄2 price Sake on Friday May 3rd, Saturday May 4th and Sunday May 5th. Entire month of May will be open 5 days a week from Wednesday to Sunday.


Salt and Lime

Closed – April 22-26th – for cleaning. Rex Family Card holders gain double points now until May 15th. Will be open May 5th for Cinco De Mayo.


Sambi Canton

Closed April 25th to April 28th



will be closed April 14th until April 28th



Mud-season specials April 2nd to June 1st.

  • Mimosa Monday: $3 mimosas all day.
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 2 for 1 all day (must purchase 2 drinks and one meal to qualify)
  • Wine Wednesday: $4 glasses of wine all day


Skull Creek Greek

Open all mud season


Smell That Bread

Closed April 9th to May 10th


Steamboat Meat & Seafood

Limited hours for mud season, Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 7pm. Closed Monday and Sunday. “2 Punch Tuesday” is valid for Tuesdays and Thursday all mud season  .


Steamboat Smokehouse

Locals Only Specials: choice of Pulled Pork Sandwich, Chopped Brisket Sandwich, soup and small salad, grilled cheese, slice of pizza – all of which come with option of fries/small salad and non-alcoholic drink, all of which is $7.95.

4 wings $10


Steamboat Whiskey Co.

Closed May 13 – 23


Sunpies Cajun Bistro

Closed from now until May 11th


Table 79 Foodbar

“Destination Hospitality Dining Passport.” April 1st to June 6th. Offers 50% off any entree for 2 people. $10 to purchase actual passport card.


Tap House Sports Grill

Closed April 14th to April 23rd


The Press

Music Every Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm. Check Facebook for line up


The Shack

Will close down on May 7th  to clean.



Now until end of May: Nachos, quesadillas , and taquitos apps all $6.99 from 2pm to 6pm. All day specials: 12oz house margarita $4.50, 20oz Medium Cadillac Margarita and original margarita $9.95.

This Place Matters 2019!

Help us celebrate Preservation Month this May! A national event which helps promote historic places. Steamboat’s Historic Preservation Commission, is partnering with Historic Routt County, Main Street Steamboat and the Tread of Pioneers Museum. Together we are honoring Preservation Month with the “This Place Matters” campaign. Founded by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this event supports communities in highlighting the places that matter most to them.

Here is how you get in on the action!

Pick a place that matters. There are no limits or restrictions: anywhere in Routt County.

1.    Download and print a This Place Matters sign, you can use this post’s featured image or can download a PDF of it by clicking here

2.    Snap a photo of yourself with the This Places Matters sign at the place that matters to you.

3.    Share a few sentences about why This Place Matters

4.    Share your photo on social media with the hashtags #thisplacematters and #steamboatsnaps.

Other Preservation Month activities include:

  • Dana Crawford, winner of the Governor’s Citizenship Medal will be speaking at the Chief Theater on Monday, May 20, 2019. The Citizenship Medal is the highest honor bestowed upon Colorado citizens and organizations for meritorious contributions that strengthen the vitality of our state.
  • Tread of Pioneers Scavenger Hunt. Learn more about Steamboat’s historic buildings and the people who developed our town in this fun site-to-site downtown hunt. Pick up a Scavenger Hunt at Tread of Pioneers Museum or go
  • Look for special heritage-themed banners lining Steamboat’s Lincoln Ave.
  • Tread of Pioneers Museum – Opening June 7 for First Friday Artwalk (5-8pm), “This Place Matters: The Economic, Cultural, and Environmental Power of Heritage and Place.” An exhibit featuring significant buildings we have lost over time, along with featured buildings and perspectives from the #thisplacematters campaign during May. The exhibit will convey the importance and allure of our historic assets and how these assets are at risk.