The best food in town just keeps getting better.
Steamboat Springs is home to some of the best food in a ski town. From long time favorites like Mahogany Ridge and Café Diva to thriving newcomers Aurum and Table 79, there is something for everyone. As a town with a booming restaurant scene, it’s no surprise that we have a few new restaurants to welcome to town.
Offering coffee, crepes, and cocktails this quaint restaurant on Yampa Street is the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy a specialty martini. When Michaela and Janner Kosmis decided to open their restaurant, they brought with them over 100 martini recipes ranging from sinfully sweet to wonderfully savory. While they do offer the classics, the Key Lime Pie martini is a must try. With more than just martinis to boast about, their crepes and hand crafted coffee beverages are sure to delight.
If you have visited Steamboat you are sure to have eaten at Mambo Italiano. Known for their delicious pizzas and wonderful pasta recipes, Mambo has been a favorite in Steamboat for years. When the opportunity to open a new restaurant in town arose, the owners of Mambo, Jeremy MacGray and Hannah Hopkins were quick to jump at it. Bésame, Steamboat’s new regional Latin cuisine, will be opening in Marchand if the popularity of Mambo tells us anything it’s sure to be a success.
Steamboat Whiskey Company opened this past year as Steamboat’s first and only craft distillery. They believe in following traditional distilling practices while embracing new trends and small batch flavors. Offering more than just whiskey, you can also enjoy a taste of their Ski Town Vodka, Sleeping Giant Gin, and Steamboat Moonshine. For those interested in something a little tamer, they also serve wine and beer. For Nathan and Jessica Newall, the opening of this restaurant has been a passion project and labor of love. The Warrior Whiskey is what started it all. As a former Navy SEAL, Nathan decided to create a whiskey that pays homage to our troops, both past and present. A portion of the profits from the sale of each bottle goes to various veteran support organizations.
The Sunti family has been serving authentic, traditional Thai cuisine in the United States for over 30 years. Their blend of Chinese and Indian influenced cuisine with unique herbs and spices has allowed them to create dishes that are full of flavor and unlike any other Thai dish you have tasted. Talay Thai is located right in the base area, so head in for lunch or after a long day of skiing. The Pineapple Fried Rice and the Pad Thai are fan favorites!
For more information and sample menus be sure to reach out to The Porches concierge.