Emma is gone for the week, out in SoCal for spring break. Thus, Dennis & I decided to take a trip to Steamboat Springs for a nice long weekend getaway.
We were hoping to ski, but warm 50+dF weather made the snow slushy. Dennis went skiing for one day, and I slept the day away. How luxurious!!!
Instead of writing about how wonderful the snow was (it was not!), I’m going to tell you about three nice places to eat in Steamboat Springs.
Great place for lunch, Old Towne Pub, I ordered a Turkey Burger (yum) and Dennis got an Elk Sausage (also yum)! For desert, we could not resist the Beignets.
The best Hollandaise Sauce I’ve ever had at Creekside Cafe & Grill . Dennis & I went to breakfast there, and it was awesome. This place is cozy, warm, and inviting. The service was excellent (which I can’t say for the entirety of Steamboat…) as well. I had the Eggs Benedict “Frenchman”-which came with turkey & melted brie. Dennis had the Fourteener; standard meat along with two huge buttermilk pancakes. I also had a mocha and it was very yummy.
Wonderful Asian Cuisine was found at Noodles & More Saigon Cafe. We actually went back for a second night, so Dennis could sample the curry as well as the pad thai. He found the latter a better dish, but I am head over heals in love with #17 and a side of steamed veggies (to add into the chicken pho).
Well there you go, my review of Steamboat Springs cuisine.