It’s Keystone Restaurant Week! $20.15 Themed Deals

As you are making your weekend plans, schedule yourself for a meal in Keystone this week and take advantage of some great dining deals during Keystone Restaurant Week. Plan to bring your loved one on a fancy date night, enjoy a family night out, stop in for breakfast before a game of golf, have a snack and a cold one after a nice hike or bike ride, or even meet with your colleagues for a long lunch break. Today marks day 5 of 10 full days of the first annual Keystone Restaurant Week. Running since June 5th and going through the weekend until Sunday, June 14th, restaurants in Keystone are celebrating KRW with special deals based around a ‘2015’ theme.  Enjoy special menus, wine pairings, drinks and dinner deals, lunch specials, breakfast buys and more.  In addition to these incredible meal deals, the River Run Merchants will also be offering ‘2015’ themed retail deals, such as 20% & 15% off racks and more. You can also get your bike ready to ride with a $20.15 Spring Bike Tune at Keystone Sports, offering a chain lube, drive-train adjustment and safety check.  


New Moon Cafe
$20.15 Meals for Two

2 Select Breakfast Items and 2 Drinks / Mimosas / Bloody Mary Bar
Choose from Croissant French Toast or Belgian Waffle w/Fresh Fruit, Huevos Rancheros or Huevos de la Luna or any Gourmet Panini 

Snake River Saloon 
Choose any Entrée for just $20.15 
(Offer ends June 11)

Dos Locos 
Any Entrée and a 20 oz. Grand Gold Margarita for $20.15

Haywood Cafe 
2 Bennies & 2 Bloodies for $20.15
Choice of Veggie Benedict, Pulled Pork Benedict, Sexy Mexy  Benedict or a Classic Eggs Benedict, Served with their famous Bacon Bloody Mary!

Zuma Roadhouse
Lunch: 2 Sandwiches & 2 Small Salads with 2 Draft Beers for $20.15 
Dinner: 2 Dinner Entrées for $20.15 

9280′ Tap House
2 Sandwiches & a Side for $20.15
or Tap House Nachos & 2 Beers for $20.15 

Kickapoo Tavern
Lunch: 2 Sandwiches or Salads with 2 Coors Lights or 2 Sodas for $20.15
Dinner: Chef Jeremy’s Dinner for Two with 2 glasses of wine, beer, or cocktails (rotating menu changes daily)
Beer Punch Card: 6 Draft Beers for $20.15 

Breakfast for Two: 2 Breakfast Sandwiches or Burritos with 2 Coffees/Lattes/Irish Coffees for $20.15
Lunch for Two: 2 Lunch Sandwiches with 2 Beers or Glasses of Wine for $20.15 

Bighorn Bistro
$20.15 Dinner Special
Bighorn Salad, Choice of Chicken or Scallop Entrée, & Draft Beer or House Wine
-Roasted 1/2 chicken with a watermelon BBQ, warm potato salad and jalapeno cream corn
-Seared Scallops with a fingerling carbonara, English peas, pancetta and scented with truffle oil

Pizza on the Run
12″ Two-topping Pizza and 2 Draft Beers or Sodas for $20.15

Black Bear Grill
Chicken Nachos and 2 Draft Beers for $20.15

Luigis Pasta House
2 Entrées for $20.15
Wine Punch Card: 5 Glasses of House Wine for $20.15

3 Course Family Style Meal for $20.15 (includes one family style salad, one family style entrée and your choice of one dessert)
Small Plate and Wine Pairing Dinner for $20.15 on Wednesday, June 10

Keystone Ranch
2 Appetizers and 2 Glasses of Wine or Beer for $20.15 during Happy Hour (4:30 – 5:30 Tuesday through Sunday)

River Course Grill
Lunch for Two for $20.15
Choose from items like turkey wraps, grilled ham & cheese, burgers, Elk sausage and more!  

Alpenglow Stube
Choose Any Appetizer with a Glass of House Wine for $20.15 (Available only on June 12)

Der Fondue Chessel
Fondue Cheese and Assorted Dippers with a Glass of House Wine for $20.15 (Available only on June 12)

Extreme Pizza
14″ One-Topping Pizza and 12 Wings for $20.15 

Spoon Cafe
Any 3 Appetizers or 2 Sandwiches with 2 Sodas or Beers for $20.15 

Don’t miss out on all of these great deals happening this week in Keystone!  This is your chance to go back to all of your favorite Keystone Restaurants, as well as try a few new ones! 

Written By: Alyssa Hubbard

Planning Your Ski Tip on a Budget: Part 3 – Food and Dining

One advantage of staying in a vacation condo versus a standard hotel room is that they most often come equipped with a kitchen. If you have skied at any resort before, you know that eating out or even just having lunch on the mountain can be expensive, so having access to a kitchen and the ability to enjoy a nice dinner around the fire in your condo can save you a pretty penny.

Ski resorts are often in remote locations and the price of food can be higher than in a normal city setting.  When you are heading to Keystone, we recommend doing your grocery shopping before you get to Keystone at the City Market in Dillon (about 7 miles from Keystone). They have a good variety of options and better prices than the smaller markets in Keystone.  Many of our vacation condos have a crockpot and there’s nothing better than getting back from a long day of skiing and having dinner already made and ready to eat! A personal favorite crockpot recipe of mine is this recipe for Korean Tacos.  Stock up your fridge and buy things like sandwich meat, cheese and hearty rolls to bring your own lunch on the mountain and pocket snacks like granola bars, string cheese, beef jerky and trail mix.  Pickup some quick to make breakfast items like bagels with cream cheese or easy breakfast burritos with eggs, cheese, sausage and whatever veggies you have on hand wrapped in a grilled tortilla. Chili and spaghetti are hearty meals that can feed a group on a budget. To save money and not have to throw away food when you leave, plan out your meals in advance and think about buying versatile ingredients that can be used in a number of meals.

Of course, it’s great to be able to treat yourself when you’re on vacation too and go out and enjoy some of the local fare.  Personally, experiencing new food and going to new restaurants is one of my favorite parts of going on vacation. For those of you who are looking for some inexpensive spots to eat, don’t forget about happy hour. There is a plethora of great places that have specials and/or happy hours for you to take advantage of. One of my personal favorites is at the Arapahoe Cafe in Dillon.  Visit their ‘Pub Down Under’ for $6.50 specials each night, ranging from Burger Night to Taco Night. I can personally say, they have yet to disappoint me. Another personal favorite is Kemosabe Sushi in Frisco. They have a $4-$6-$8 menu with several different options for sushi rolls, drinks, sashimi, etc. from 4pm until 6pm.

Here in Keystone, the Snake River Saloon is a great option. They have happy hour drink specials as well as 50 cent wings. The Snake River Saloon is on the bus route in Keystone, so you won’t even need to get in your car!  Dos Locos Mexican Cantina is another great spot for happy hour with deals on tacos, wings and margaritas!  Luigis Italian restaurant also has a progressive happy hour with deals on beer, appetizers, and even personal pizzas.  Enjoy an early dinner and early bedtime!  

Don’t forget to check out your exclusive Key to Keystone coupon book which has some great restaurant deals like a free margarita with purchase from Dos Locos, 10% off a pie from Pizza 101 and $12 off dinner at the Snake River Saloon.  It even has a coupon for Room Service Direct which will deliver a meal right to your condo on those nights where you just want to stay in.

Written By: Elizabeth Constantine

2 for 1 Dinners and Dining at the Ski Tip Lodge in Keystone

Those looking for incredible cuisine at affordable prices… look no further! The Ski Tip Lodge in Keystone is currently offering 2 for 1 dinners with their four course menu until June 11. The lodge is famous for great food and top of the line service. Reservations are always recommended.  Bring your sweetie for a romantic dinner or the whole family for a special treat!