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Who’s Open for Mud Season?

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – Mud season comes twice a year to our cozy little valley. While many spend this time traveling, plenty of locals stick around and enjoy the peace and quiet that comes with the departure of tourists. Many local eateries close, while others stay open and offer mud season specials to boot. Below, you will find a list of which restaurants and eateries that will remain open and specials you can find within these establishments.

Check out who’s serving!

While you’re at it, check out our Happy Hour list!


Registration is now open for the 2018 Farmers Market

Attention Vendors! Registration for the 2018 Steamboat Farmers Market is now open! The Market will run for 15 weeks this summer starting on June 9th  and ending September 15th. Space fills up quickly so get on it! Priority is given to food and vendors who sign up for the entire market.

For Registration click here

For Vendor Rules-and-Regs-2018

The Gift of Photography by Danielle Zimmerer

For the third year in a row, Photographer, Danielle Zimmerer is offering free photo sessions to families in the Steamboat Springs area. Each year Danielle sets up next to Santa’s Study on the lawn of Bank of  the West and take pictures of hundreds of families. This year she will be at Santa’s Study December 16th from 11 am – 2 pm. If a photo with Santa is not your thing, Danielle sets up a few other wintry backdrops so you have plenty of options. Take some time this season to come downtown and celebrate the season with Main Street Steamboat and take advantage of this amazing gift from Danielle Zimmerer Photography.

Visit Santa in His Study Downtown Steamboat

Just like a lot of people, Santa loves to spend his Saturdays right here is Steamboat Springs. His Study on Lincoln Avenue has been updated this year thanks to a lot of elbow grease from our Downtown Ambassadors and a grant from Yampa Valley Electric. Santa’s Study has a fresh coat of paint, new energy efficient lights and a beautiful new front door thanks to my favorite Ambassador, Chad.

Santa will be receiving guests on Saturdays from 11-2 Starting December 9th  His Study is located on the Lawn In front of Bank of the West. Thank you to our sponsors, Creekside Cafe, Off the Beaten Path, the Paoli Group and Bank of the West.

As an added treat, Danielle Zimmerer will be once again taking portraits on December 16th as her gift to the community.

For more information



Light Up the Night is November 24

November 24th at the Courthouse Lawn. Don’t be late! (6pm) this event goes quickly. Grab a cookie from one of our town’s bakeries and a cup of hot cocoa. Sing a couple of holiday songs and dive for ping pong balls that drop from the sky with fun specials from downtown merchants. You might just see a Nutcracker or a couple Sugar Plum Fairies courtesy of Elevation Dance Studios.

Then count down to light the lights! Santa will make his first appearance of the season immediately following the festivities. Thanks to a generous gift from Yampa Valley Electric Association, he will be receiving guests in his newly renovated study located directly across the street on the lawn of Bank of the West.