“Located in the heart of Breckenridge, the Salt Creek Steakhouse has catered to Breckenridge residents and tourists alike since 1997. The menu at Salt Creek encompasses the finest steaks and smoked BBQ in Summit County.
Moving into their second decade as Breckenridge’s premier steakhouse, their focus has continued to ensure that the quality of the food surpasses the expectations of their customers. They proudly serve only USDA prime beef which ensures unparalleled quality, a tender juicy texture, and outstanding flavor.
Their slow-smoked BBQ, cooked daily on premise, follows a generations old central Texas recipe guaranteed to satisfy even the most discerning BBQ devotee.
The wine list at Salt Creek presents a wide variety of wines with the contemplation that a wide choice ranging from price point, vintage, appellation, and varietal will offer several options to everyone’s palate. Their knowledgeable staff is well versed in recommending wines that will compliment the menu choices and tastes of every guest.”
The Salt Creek Steakhouse is open for breakfast from 8am – noon, lunch from 11:30am – 2pm, and dinner from 5pm – 10pm. Happy Hour is from 4-8pm daily.
Should the table that comes in after you get 2 rounds of bread before you get one? Should you get your entree or your salad first? Should your dinner plates be cleared before you receive your dessert? Needless to say I will never visit this restaurant again. Too bad. The ambiance suggests quality but in reality it was just an overpriced Denny's. I should have just ordered a burger from the dive bar they sent me up to, to await my table. Thumbs Down!
It's just OK. menu never seems to change. The kids enjoy it. The score should be 2.5 and not 3.
We went on a recommendation from a local friend. The staff and owner were very friendly. I had the bone in ribeye. It was the best steak I've had in a while. We split the scallops for an appetizer, and they were surprisingly amazing! I'll go back next time I'm in town!
I would have to agree with much of what the first poster had to say. The service was average and it seemed that since it was the end of the season (4/23/11) that we were more of a bother than anything else. They were out of 5 different entrees since it was the end of the season which I somewhat understand. I received the 14oz ribeye which wasn't bad but could get the same steak at Safeway for 4.99/lb. The veggies were cold as was the potato. The 5 others in my party said there meals were nothing but average or less. Probably the worst part was that they add a 20% gratuity for parties of 5 or more which does not incentivise the waitstaff to do anything other than their job. I don't think that it is my responsibility to pay a SALARY to the waitstaff. I would advise you to choose another restaurant when in Breckenridge. This is not a good restaurant.
We had dinner there with a party of five. The waitress had a bit of chip on her shoulder and blamed us for her mistakes. If she brought the wrong beverage for example she would respond with "that's what you asked for" and roll her eyes as she walked away. The worst part of it was that they charged each of our credit cards in duplicate. They also added a 20% tip that I did not authorize since I tipped in cash. Upon questioning the transactions a few days later with the owner and manager they acted like it was my problem and they couldn't find record of the transaction. I'm still trying to get my second charge credited back to my account. My friend has resorted to going through his attorney. What a nightmare!