There’s a reason why there are Fiesta Jalisco restaurants from Avon to the mountains beyond the Front Range — not only do they provide authentic Mexican cuisine, but also have great service and a welcoming atmosphere! Featuring a full bar to compliment your lunch and dinner. Enjoy a margarita, beer or any special drinks and cocktails. These recipes are created with the freshest ingredients and recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. Let the fiesta begin!
- Fiesta Jalisco Burrito - Flour tortilla filled with your choice of chicken, shredded beef, or pork with rice, refied beans or rancho beans, and our special burrito sauce with melted cheese- topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, sour cream and guacamole.
- Viva Jalisco Plate (Especial De La Casa!) - The Three Amigos! Camarones al Mojo de Ajo, Camarones Con Tocino and Camarones Diabla: three delicious prawn dishes served on a very big platter! Served on a bed of rice.
- Arroz Con Pollo - Our signature item! Tender sliced chicken breast specially prepared with fresh mushrooms, onions, green and red peppers, served on a bed of rice with melted cheese, smothered with out special mild sauce.
- Tres Caballos Plate (3 Horses) - Broiled chicken breast, skirt steak (carne asada) and three bacon wrapped prawns served with rice, salsa ranchera especial and rancho beans.
- Fiesta Taco Salad - Tender grilled skirt steak served on a bed of romaine lettuce, topped with tomatoes, ranchero cheese, sour cream and sliced avocado
Breckenridge, CO restaurants are just half the reason this quaint mountain town is known as one of North Americas’ favorite historic Colorado towns.
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The Gold Pan has Been Serving Miners since 1879...
Legend has it that in 1861, on this very spot Long’s Saloon was open for business, likely pushing Taos White Lightning (a style of whiskey that may have been stretched with tobacco, red pepper, lye and other dangerous chemicals.)The saloon was a tent structure at the time. It was around 1879 that the permanent Saloon structure, now the Gold Pan, was built and by 1880 there were 18 saloons lining the streets of Breckenridge waiting and hoping for their chance to see GOLD.Learn more »
The resort’s signature dining establishment, Traverse Restaurant and Bar, features the inspired cuisine of Chef Brent Turnipseede. Under his direction, the culinary team demonstrates its skill and creativity, providing an innovative variety of daily fresh selections and expertly prepared meals featuring local and sustainable ingredients, offering gluten and dairy free dishes as well.
Try Traverse for dinner – the tempting menu includes tapas (from “casual” to “involved”), imaginative entrées, delectable desserts and dessert beverages, and a comprehensive wine and beer list.Learn more »
The Quandary Grille is a locals favorite on the south side of Breckenridge, located where Main Street meets the mountain. On the corner of South Park Avenue and Main Street, inside the Hyatt Main Steet Station plaza. This Colorado Steak House serves a wide variety of family friendly dishes in an atmosphere that lends itself to Summit County’s rich mining history. Voted one of the best après ski bars with 12 beers on tap and happy hour specials from 2-5 pm daily. Enjoy a huge sunny deck overlooking Peak 9, Peak 10, and the Maggie Pond makes a great place to warm up after a day on the slopes.
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Taddeo’s Breckenridge Italian Restaurant is located in the Village at Breckenridge, overlooking the Maggie Pond. Taddeo’s features an old world Italian cuisine featuring longtime customer favorites and house specialties like the Penne Gorgonzola and Rigatoni and Sausage, Grilled Atlantic Salmon and Veal Marsala. The menu has been refined since the restaurants birth in Keystone in 1999. After moving to Breckenridge in 2004 Taddeo’s has carved out a place for fine Italian dining in Breckenridge.
Steeped in years of family tradition from the Taddeo’s history of Italian restaurants from the east coast to Breckenridge, this restaurant specialize in family style dining, which is great for larger tables to come in and sample from several dishes being passed around the table like in the old country.Learn more »
Ollie’s Pub and Grub First opened in June of 2009 in Frisco Colorado. The owners Rob Pantle and Alan Bullock along with the staff pride themselves on creating an “everybody knows your name” type of atmosphere. Whether you are in town for a couple days or have lived in Summit County your entire life people feel welcome and comfortable every time they visit the pub and grub. We consider our customers friends and family and treat them accordingly!
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For 40 years, it was the waterfront-themed Whale’s Tail. But as of June 2014, the old watering hole has got a whole new bag, one that hits much closer to home. New owner Terry Barbu has transformed the space to resemble a cross between “a turn-of-the-century saloon and a cozy living room,” in his words, while the menu now emphasizes game rather than seafood. Think elk-medallion stroganoff with wild mushrooms, venison skewers in chipotle-cream sauce, bacon-wrapped buffalo meatloaf — and yes, there are Rocky Mountain oysters too, as well as an array of pub plates and pizzas. As for booze, the list of nearly 40 craft beers features local players like Elevation, Upslope and, naturally, Breckenridge Brewery alongside whiskey and wine.
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The Quandary Grille is a locals’ favorite on the south side of Breckenridge, located where Main Street meets the mountain on the corner of South Park Avenue and Main Street, inside the Hyatt Main Steet Station plaza. Our Colorado Steak House serves a wide variety of family-friendly dishes. We do so in an atmosphere that lends itself to Summit County’s rich mining history.
Voted one of the best après ski bars with 12 beers on tap and happy hour specials from 3-6 p.m. daily. Our huge sunny deck overlooking Peak 9, Peak 10, and the Maggie pond makes a great place to warm up after a day on the slopes. Open daily for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to close.
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Come join the locals at Burke & Riley’s Irish Pub for Irish pub specialties and traditional American fare. Located on the top floor of the La Cima Mall, Burke & Riley’s has some of the best views in Breckenridge. Irish draft beers are available, as well as a huge list of specialty cocktails and martinis. They stay open late and serve the entire menu late night as well. Burke & Riley’s also has a large deck with a fire pit for staying warm on those cold Colorado nights.
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The Blue River Bistro Restaurant in Breckenridge Colorado brings a little city dining to the mountains by combining sophistication with a casual, inviting atmosphere. Blue River Bistro’s contemporary Italian-American menu is crafted with exceptional attention to detail and fresh ingredients.Come for lunch, dinner or to enjoy our live jazz bands. We look forward to serving you.
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Mi Casa serves traditional Mexican and Southwestern food with fresh ingredients prepared daily. The restaurant was opened by Alexandra Storm in 1981. Later that year she was joined by Dick Carleton and their partnership now operates the longest originally owned restaurant in Breckenridge. The restaurant operates under the four core values of great food, superior hospitality, respect for the individual and connection with the community. We want everyone to feel welcome at “our house.” Mi Casa’s festive atmosphere is always a fantastic place to bring the entire family.
The extensive menu features traditional Mexican favorites along with award winning specialties. A few featured items include the amazing Mango Duck Quesadilla and the locals’ choice, Avocado Frito: a fresh avocado stuffed with spicy shrimp or chicken then battered and fried. Another favorite is the fish tacos prepared with grilled mahi mahi. There’s even a twist on fajitas prepared with sautéed poblano chilies and tequila-caramelized onions.Learn more »
Featuring naturally raised beef and game, sustainable seafood and in-season Colorado produce, Chef Michael Halpin’s menu reflects his passion for all that’s fresh, uncomplicated, and above all, great tasting.
Warmly decorated in Victorian period style, Hearthstone’s romantic home has great views across town to the Breckenridge Ski Resort and the majestic Ten Mile Range.
• Colorado cherry & fig flatbread: Buena Vista goat cheese; Colorado lamb bacon; fresh basil; aged balsamic vinegar. $9.
• Hawaiian ono: Nori-wrapped ono seared rare; cucumber tomato poke. $12.
• Crispy lobster: Panko crust; wasabi aioli; soy reduction; spicy glaze. $14.
• Lemon ricotta gnudi: Housemade spinach gnudi, pernod tarragon cream sauce; crispy prosciutto. $10.
• Kale, strawberry & avocado salad: Circle fresh farms kale, meyer lemon vinaigrette, pistachios. $11.
• Colorado buffalo short ribs: Bear mountain bison; spanish braise: madeira wine, saffron, thyme, bayleaf, garlic, plum tomatoes, manchego barley risotto, marcona almonds. $29.
• Wagyu beef flank steak: Grilled; housemade chimichurri, ancho chile sweet potato mashers, sautéed chard. $32.
• Blackberry elk: Garlic granola crust, marion blackberry demi-glace, brie cream gnocchi, broccolini. $42.