1055 Walton Creek Rd. , Steamboat Springs, CO, US, 80487
- Phone: (970) 879-6669
- Fax: (970) 870-1545
Bars & Cafes
Located in a historic building, the Old Town Pub has been entertaining locals since 1983. A typical neighborhood pub, it offers a variety of beers and other drinks, while the menu has special treats for kids, adults can enjoy American dishes like burgers and sandwiches. The weekly entertainment featuring local bands/artists is the highlight of the place and every event here is well-attended. However, if music doesn't interest you, the Old Town Pub has a television too that screens the on-going sports matches. While you are here, do visit this watering hole to get acquainted with the friendly locals.
If you are an avid skier, then the name Carl will definitely ring a bell. Borrowing its name from the town's famous one-time resident and skiing stalwart, Carl Howelsen, this tavern has been a perennial hangout for the locals as well as the tourists who visit Steamboat Springs. People indulge in friendly conversations and sharing of adventure tales with the strangers, all the while relishing on the scrumptious array of American delicacies on offer. The menu is assorted for lunch and supper, comprising the crowd-favorites like French Onion Soup, Fish Tacos, Shrimp-n-Grits, Hand-Cut Bone-In Pork Chops and Ribeye Steaks. Specials are also offered for kids and those on vegetarian diet. For drinks, Carl's Tavern has a full-fledged bar which offers a variety of local brews on tap as well as selections of wines and other sinful libations. Try their signature drinks like The Flying Norseman which is made with whiskey, or the The Caprice which is made of gin. And if you are lucky, then your visit can get all the more merrier with some stellar performances of local and national bands. The tavern is also a popular happy hours spot, where you can get great discounts on the drinks and food.
Welcome to Cantina, a great restaurant to treat your taste buds to a delicious Mexican meal. You cannot leave here without trying out their margaritas, that are freshly prepared in-house and widely savored in steamboat. The restaurant also has about 40 varieties of tequila! A children’s menu is available and loads of vegetarian dishes are on too.
The location of the Sweetwater Grill is the main USP of this restaurant. Spend an enjoyable evening with delicious food and overlooking the river. Service is efficient and the staff is helpful. Some of the dishes to order are the banana leaf-wrapped snapper and the bison steak with crabmeat and chorizo. Definitely a place you will want to visit m0ore than once!