The 10 best restaurants in Steamboat. Review your favorites to help get them on this list!
Ski Town Restaurants welcomes you to the Steamboat, Colorado Restaurant Guide! This historic town in Northern Colorado blends a historic, old-west vibe with a modern and thriving ski community. Steamboat has three distinct dining regions: The historic downtown, the modern base of the ski area, and the area in between along highway 40. The total length of Steamboat can be driven in about 10 minutes.
Steamboat Springs boasts a well refined dining and nightlife scene. Restaurants range from local favorite breakfast spots and casual pizza places, to elegant continental cuisine and award winning fine dining. Make sure to arrive early or secure reservations in advance, because the best restaurants fill up quickly.
We welcome you to the Steamboat Springs Dining Guide. Also be sure to check out our Steamboat Springs Bar and Nightlife Guide to find the best places to grab a drink, dance or watch the game. Enjoy!
“Located in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs, The Rio Grande serves delicious TexMex specialties and famous award-winning margaritas in a fun, energetic atmosphere. Try the grilled fajitas, spinach enchiladas, or veggie quesadillas. Whether you live or just come to visit Steamboat, The Rio is sure to please.
Head downtown to the perfect spot for lunch, dinner or APRES SKI! We have Happy Hour for ya, with drink and food specials. Happy Hour happens every single day at The Rio.
Join us for daily lunch specials, happy hour and don't forget to sit and dine on our rooftop patio. You can see Mt. Werner, Howelson Hill and many other beautiful vistas.”
The Rio Grande is open daily for lunch and dinner beginning at 11am. Happy Hour is from 5-6pm, with $1 off Margaritas, draft beer specials, and ˝ priced quesadillas.
We were in home shopping for the weekend and based on "The Best of the Boat," we went here. If this is the best, I'd hate to taste the worst. The waitress was terrific, and my date's dinner was saved by the wine. Other than that? Had the steak with verde special. It was like shoe leather. Left it on my plate - the folks next to us asked if they could take it for their dog, and I almost had them sign a liability release for any vet bills that might be caused! My date had a pasta special that was overly tomatoed. While the appetizers and soup were spoken of glowingly, they were nothing to write home about - average at best. The garlic bread was over garliced to the point of bitterness, and your fingers were horribly oily after touching it. We have eaten all over the world, and this had to be the worst, yet most pretentious Italian meal we've ever had. Please learn how to do a simple marinara well. Subtlety goes a long, long way when seasoning. While we are moving to Steamboat, we will not be dining here again.