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Vegetarian in Breck

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Believe it or not, it can be found. During lunch, I sometimes sneak away from Main Street and head off to Amazing Grace. The food is quite good; not that bland vegetarian stuff. Starting in January, they'll be doing Dinners at the Grace.

The place is tiny, so I'd suggest a reservation. You can also BYOB.
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Thanks for posting this!  I was just thinking about starting a thread asking for vegetarian recommendations in/near Breckenridge.

 

Anybody know of any other places that I should try?

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I ate at Keystone more than Breck last year, but would imagine that at least one of the on mnt places has a similar salad bar- I found this to be one of the more reasonable options for lunch at $7.50 or $7.95/lb.  I had a decent  "le veggie" panini at the French bakery at the top of Main St the other day.  Vinny's in Frisco knows what they are doing and typically has some vegetarian dishes (as do some of the places in Breck), but there are not a ton of vegetarian only places in Summit county.  

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Thanks, MEfree30.

I wasn't necessarily looking for veg-only places.  Just somewhere that has something good that I can eat :)

I appreciate your advice!

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THere's an Indian restaurant in Frisco, Himalayan Cuisine, I think? THey would be likely to have quite a bit of vegetarian option. I haven't been there in a few months, but it was very good.

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Originally Posted by segbrown View Post

THere's an Indian restaurant in Frisco, Himalayan Cuisine, I think? THey would be likely to have quite a bit of vegetarian option. I haven't been there in a few months, but it was very good.

They do have some veggie dishes- owners are Nepalese but most of the dishes are more Indian.  Lunch buffet is reasonable priced.  I have found some of the dishes to be good and others just ok.  I've had Indian in London several times this year, so maybe my standards are too high.

 

Overheard a funny conversation the last time I was there- an older couple were telling management that they should have a sign up telling people to take a clean plate each trip up to the buffet for health reasons.  Apparently they had seen some locals reuse their plates when they went back up to the buffet.  They cited the fact that they lived in Vegas as making them experts in this area.  I know buffets aren't the healthiest with food sitting around and everyone touching the same serving utensils, but we couldn't understand how using the same plate made things worse (unless people touch the serving utensil to their dirty plate).
 

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More people are becoming aware about food and its properties. 

 

There needs to be a Vitamin Cottage in every town.

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More people are becoming aware about food and its properties. 

 

There needs to be a Vitamin Cottage in every town.



There is one in Dillon which is where I try to do most of my shopping- they are really well run and offer good prices for a premium place in a Mnt town.  There is also a health food store (Alpine Market?) on Main St in Frisco- I was not impressed when I initially went there, but somebody told me they may have improved since then.

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I mostly prefer vegetarian food as it is goof for health and there are many Indian restaurant here and I love Indian food more.

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