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Bizline: New name, same great soup in Breckenridge

A: Soupz On is a small take-out restaurant. We prepare seven to eight soups made from scratch daily, three different sandwiches on fresh baked bread, four different salads and four varieties of cookies. Our menu is ethnically diverse and we offer vegan and vegetarian choices daily.

A: Mark Anderson is from Littleton, New Hampshire. Stacy Anderson is from Manhattan Beach, California. Bob Black is from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Serving soup in a ski town where it’s winter nine months out of the year seemed like the perfect business.

A: Mark and Bob are graduates of “The Greenbrier Hotel Apprenticeship Program.” While at the Greenbrier Hotel, they studied under master chef Hartmut Handke. Bob also holds a culinary arts degree from Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Mich.. Bob and Mark have spent time cooking at various resorts in the Virgin Islands, Hawaii, West Virginia and Summit County. Stacy has worked in many phases of the industry from catering to running her own crouton company.

A: Our mission statement says it all : “Have fun”

“Make great soups”

“Take care of our customers”

“Give back to our community”

We, as owners are the chefs and are present daily in our operation. Our collective experience in the industry sets us apart from similar businesses.

A: Everyone from locals to our visitors looking for a quick, delicious meal at an affordable price. We would also like to get the word out about our soup catering services for business meetings and parties for around $7 a person

A: Great location, plenty of parking and easy access to downtown Breckenridge. The recent developement of the Breck Connect Gondola has been a plus as well.

A: We are looking to expand our dinner business. We offer a “Soup Happy Hour” from 4-6 p.m. daily. Included in that is a quart of soup and two pieces of bread for $8.95. Its a great affordable alternative to other take-out options when you just don’t have time to cook.


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