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October 12, 2005
From journal Steamboat Fantasy
Steamboat Springs , Colorado
April 19, 2003
The prize of the new ownership is their kitchen and the tasteful delights that the locals are already flocking in for. More than reasonably priced (unique in Steamboat), a converted non-smoking environment (much appreciated here!), great atmosphere in new renovations, and competant long-time local employment make this old favorite a new favorite. Try the fish taco appetizer if you like real halibut! Check out local listings for live music here as well on Thursdays and Sundays!
From journal Ski Town USA
by Armed With Passport
Miromar Lakes, Florida
April 24, 2002
The Steamboat Brewery and Tavern brews its own beers. It has quite a good selection ranging in texture from pale ales to hearty stouts. We sampled the Stout, the Alpenglow Strong Ale, and a brown ale, which were all good, especially the Alpenglow Strong Ale. They even brew their own root beer for those patrons who want something without alcohol.
We didn't have a chance to eat as it was to early in the afternoon for us, but other people that we had spoken to recommended the food. The menu includes starters, such as "Tex-Mex green chile pork stew", sandwiches like "Italian muffaletta" and "1/2 pound burgers". Entrees consisted of "Kodiak fresh grilled salmon" and "pan fried veal liver and onions with crisp bacon."
This place makes a great apres-ski place as you can drink the pain in your legs away while still having a good menu to nosh on if you get hungry. The wait staff is like all the people in Steamboat Springs, friendly and nice to talk to.
It is also located near the downtown free shuttle stop.
From journal Springing into Steamboat: Ski Town, USA