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Copper, Dillon, Frisco - After Skiing?

post #1 of 10
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Copper, Dillon, Frisco any suggestions for after ski activities? I'm skiing with a college buddy at Copper April 6 - 10. I welcome any and all suggestions. Thanks!

 

You don't grow too old to play, you grow old because you stop playing.

post #2 of 10

The restaurant "Samplings" in Frisco is outstanding. 

post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the suggestion. What kind of food to they serve?

 

You don't grow too old to play, you grow old because you stop playing

post #4 of 10

I was going to just go online and direct you to their website, but it appears to be down.

 

And, now I see why:

 

"Frisco's Samplings and Breckenridge's The Cellar seized", Summit Daily News (Oct 21, 2008)

 

http://www.summitdaily.com/article/20081021/NEWS/810219963/1001/SPORTS&parentprofile=&title=Frisco's%20Samplings%20and%20Breckenridge's%20The%20Cellar%20seized

 

Mrs goblue is going to be pissed when I tell her.

 

Plan B...there's lots of nightlife to choose from in Breckenridge, and Vail, and I usually make one pilgrimage to the Snake River Saloon outside Keystone anytime I'm skiing in Summit County - more a matter of tradition than a "can't miss it" destination, though. 

post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the heads up . Never having skied Copper before, how far is it from Copper to Keystone.

 

You don't grow too old to play, you grow old because you stop playing.

post #6 of 10

If he's playing during HH when you are at Copper, check out Moe Dixon at JJ's.  

 

Other choices in Frisco:  Silverheel's, Blue Spruce Inn, and the Moose Jaw. 

post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 

Thanks! Any other suggestions, we want to keep our options open.

 

 

You don't grow too old to play, you grow old because you stop playing.

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Originally Posted by Pinelander View Post

 

Thanks for the heads up . Never having skied Copper before, how far is it from Copper to Keystone.


 

15 miles / 20 minutes. 

post #9 of 10

Dillon Dam Brewery and Red Mountain Grill in Dillon.  The Boatyard in Frisco. 

post #10 of 10

as someone else mentioned brecks got a petty large variety of nightlife. Downstairs at Eric's has good wings but is an extremly popular place and very crowded. If your looking for good food rather than nightlife Modus right next to Eric's is pretty good. There is also a really good Itlian restaurant that I can't rember the name ofon the corner of Main St. and another side road. If breckview gets on they cna prolly point u in the right direction of it. There are several other restaurants that are supposed to be good but those are the 3 I have experience with.  

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