Basecamp Wine and Spirits is conveniently located right next to Whole Foods, just off of I-70 and Highway 9 in Frisco, Colorado. They have a huge selection and friendly staff, stop by today for all of your wine and spirit needs. The store is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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Prost is centrally located on historic Main St. Frisco, Colorado. Prost is great for a quick lunch, a dinner with friends or just a place to relax after work or play. Frisco is in the middle of all that Colorado has to offer. We look forward to your next visit.
Prost or “cheers” was established in 2010 to provide Frisco and all who visit with the best beer and food in Colorado. We are a quaint little beer hall serving up the best beers and sausages around. We also offer a full bar, wine, and a variety of soups and sandwiches. Come on down and enjoy a slice of Bavaria in Frisco, or now in Denver!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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Silverheels specializes in Rocky Mountain trout, handcut steaks and fresh seafood. Silverheels has been an institution among Summit County’s fine dining scene for over 20 years. Founded by Colorado hall-of-fame restauranteur Bob Starkow in 1992, the mission has remained the same throughout: to deliver the best in Colorado/Southwestern cuisine with the outstanding service its customers have come to expect.
Using only the freshest ingredients, chefs specialize in creating a unique blend of southwestern flavors combined with classic Colorado fare. Using Hand-cut Lombardi steaks, fresh Idaho rainbow trout and All Natural chicken along with the freshest seafood available, Silverheels' staff is constantly pushing to bring you the finest food in Summit County. To complete your dining experience, pair your entree with any of over 50 wine selections. The entire dinner menu, including pub fare, is available in the bar area and dining room.
Serving local micro-brews as well as national favorites, as well as live music on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and happy hour seven days a week, the bar is a perfect way to relax after a day in Summit County. Also, enjoy a year-round heated patio for a unique mountain experience. Reservations are recommended.Learn more »
Kemosabe Sushi represents the ultimate in traditional Japanese cuisine with a creative contemporary twist. The brain-child of partners Bob Starekow and Chris Miller, Kemosabe has been serving fresh sushi for over five years. The restaurant offers classic Japanese styles of nigiri and sashimi as well as specialty rolls featuring modern flavor profiles.
An assortment of Japanese beer, filtered and unfiltered sake and a full bar compliment any of the restaurant’s dishes. Happy hour specials are offered from 4 to 6 p.m. daily.
Nestled in the dramatic mountains of Summit County, Kemosabe Sushi is conveniently located on Main Street in Frisco, a short ride from Breckenridge, Keystone and Silverthorne. Private sit-down rooms for parties of six or more are available upon request. Not a sushi eater? The entire Silverheels menu is always available at Kemosabe, including steaks, burgers and an extensive kid’s menu. (Silverheels menu is available through this directory.)Learn more »
The Blue Spruce Inn has been a Summit County dining tradition since the 1940’s. The building was originally an Inn, with rooms upstairs and a restaurant on the main level. The Inn was built near Farmers Korner on the old highway from Dillon to Breckenridge. It was then moved to the east end of Main Street in Frisco when the Lake Dillon damn was built, and then to the present location around 1974.
The back bar was built in Brunswick, New York circa 1860 and transported to Denver, and then by wagon to Black Hawk, Colorado, where it was once part of the Royal Flush Saloon. The bar was brought from Black Hawk in some thirty-odd pieces and reassembled here in the Blue Spruce Inn.
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