What is there to do when you live in Keystone, Colorado real estate, Frisco, or Summit County after ski season ends and before summer season gets going in full swing? Take a cue from the locals who hang out in Keystone real estate and the nearby towns of Frisco and Dillon.
Residents of Summit County real estate are taking advantage of the great mud-season dinner bargains offered weeknights by most Keystone CO restaurants that are open between seasons. Whatever type of food you desire, you'll find immediate seating for a two-for-one offering.
Visit the centrally located Town of Frisco and walk along the eclectic shops on Main Street. Have a superb breakfast/brunch at The Butterhorn. On warm, sunny days, you can enjoy the freshly baked pastries, coffee drinks, and delicious fare in the street side seating area and watch the passersby. You just never know who will show up here in this international community that hosts the famous and successful along with outdoor lovers in every guise.
Enjoy an afternoon or evening meal at The Boatyard restaurant. You can find fabulous, affordable, casual food such as pizza, pastas, salads, steaks and seafood, and a fully stocked bar. Feel like Italian? Try out the fine Italian cuisine and inviting atmosphere of Toscato where guests enjoy a favorite wine from the extensive selection and at times the incomparable Tiramiru dessert.
Locals know that the Blue Spruce Restaurant can't be beat for in a Cheers-type pub/restaurant that offers tasty pub food and excellent full-course meals. Those who prefer microbrew pubs flock to the Dillon Dam Brewery. Along with the standard beers, tasty seasonal blends are available. Fans love watching sporting events on the large-screen TVs. From burgers to pastas and salads to seafood, The Dillon Dam Brewery offers a great selection of dishes to entice your taste buds.
Are you a Sushi fan? Word on the street is that Silverheels is the best Sushi Restaurant around. Or, if steak is your preference, Farley's will satiate your meat craving with its selection of deliciously prepared steaks. Po' Boys brings a taste of Louisiana and the Bayou. It is the local Cajun hot spot, featuring live music on weekends.
Fiesta Jalisco and Carlos Miguel's are fine authentic Mexican Restaurants on opposite ends of town. No matter where you end up Mexican cuisine will be right at hand.
And finally, Mi Zuppa features food for the soul with its tasty selection of fresh soups, breads, hot and cold wraps, sandwiches and salads. Mi Zuppa was voted Best of the Summit for Lunch in 2006.
Check out the Keystone Real Estate Market and the bargains during mud season. The Walsh Group of RE/MAX Properties of the Summit in Keystone will show you all the great vacation and investment properties in nearby towns and ski resorts.
Articles © Copyright 2006 by The Walsh Group