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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 online:www.treadofpioneers.org
  • 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.

Saint Patrick’s Day 2019!

It doesn’t matter if you hail directly from the Emerald Isle, or just need another excuse to party, Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! In typical Steamboat fashion, the downtown bars and restaurants will be celebrating their Irish pride with full force! The following lists the food and drink specials, as well as special events occurring downtown:

 

  • Schmiggity’s –  Saint Patrick’s Day Party featuring a live performance: “Walker at Schmiggity’s.”  $8 car bombs, $4 shots of Jameson caskmates or $6 caskmate drinks

 

  • Old Town Pub – Live performance, “Toubab Krewe with DJ Leprechaun”

 

  • O’Neil’s Tavern and Grill – Open at 10am, Irish Breakfast $12 – $17. $6 Car bombs until 6. Live bagpiper performance.   

 

  • Off The Beaten Path – Latte of the month “Kiss Me, I’m Irish”

 

  • Johnny B. Goods – ALL DAY!   Slow-baked corned beef served with cabbage, carrots, potatoes and Homemade Irish Soda Bread for $10.99!
    Homemade Irish Crème in coffee, shots, or milkshakes!

 

  • Double Z BBQ – Corned Beef special

 

  • Timber and Torch – $9 Butcherknife Bombs – Butcherknife dark timber stout with a shot of Irish Whiskey and cream

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   

 

 

 

 

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!

 

Summer Bus Schedule 2017

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