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Fourth Street Ski and Sport

Fourth Street Ski and Sport Provides Top Notch Guest Experience

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Last November,  Fourth Street Ski and Sport opened in Hotel Indigo, offering hotel guests and customers winter sport gear rentals, tuning services and outdoor apparel for purchase. Fourth Street Ski and Sport is the second gear shop for owner Casey Snyder,  who’s father and his business partner originally opened Wild Ernest Sports in 1982. After the business partner, Denny Archer, retired in 2000, Casey took over shop operations and management. When Casey learned about the Fourth Street Crossing development plans, he recalled how his father …

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Annalisa’s Accents Moves Into New Home in the Outlets at Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. When Annalisa Primus started Annalisa’s Accents in 2020, she took a leap of faith going from a steady accounting job in the city to owning her own business in an economy that was quite uncertain given the COVID-19 pandemic. Hailing from the Dolomites mountain region in Italy, Annalisa left her accounting career in 2005 to come to the U.S. as a ski tour guide teaching all across the Rockies. Soon after, she settled into the mountain lifestyle in Colorado, had two children and worked as …

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Syndicate Brewing Ribbon Cutting

Syndicate Brewing Opens Tap Room in Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. After establishing a successful wholesale business, owners Brad Danforth, Steve Sharpe, and Will Webber opened a Syndicate Brewing tasting room in Silverthorne, bringing their true-to-style craft brews to a growing cadre of fans. Located off of Highway 6 next to Tuesday Morning and Blue Moon Bakery, the nano-brewery has 10 different beers on tap and a friendly ambience where everyone, even dogs, are welcome. The roots of what is now Syndicate Brewing got its start after Brad, Steve, and Will attended the Mt. Crested Butte …

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LUE Outdoors retail space

LUE Outdoors Opens in Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Sam Luegger moved to Summit County in 1998 and her first job was working at J. Crew in the Outlets at Silverthorne. Fast forward to Memorial Day weekend in 2022 and Sam opened LUE Outdoors, a gear, clothing and accessory shop that sells products from top small brands in the industry, in the very same mall.  The woman-owned small business had a unique path to a storefront in the Outlets at Silverthorne. Sam first started as a brand ambassador, working with many of the same eco-friendly, top …

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diners at Bluebird Market

Taste Your Way Through Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Silverthorne’s restaurant scene is booming, making our town one of the top mountain destinations in Colorado. With nearly a dozen new restaurants opening in the past year, and several tried and true local favorites that have stood the test of the pandemic, there are more places to eat than ever before.  New Restaurants:  Bluebird Market: Summit County’s inaugural food hall beckons locals and visitors alike. Offering everything from burgers to harvest bowls to ice cream, empanadas, and everything in between, this market showcases the talent of a …

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DiscIn Provides All You Need for a Disc Golf Adventure

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. When Jeff Kirk first played disc golf two years ago, he was immediately hooked. While talking with Joe Funderberg, the more experienced player introduced him to the sport, they realized disc golf had the potential to take off as the next go-to pastime for families and adventurers in Summit County.  At that point they decided to start DiscIn together. As the only dedicated disc golf store in the county, Kirk and Funderberg hope DiscIn can be a one stop shop for beginners and advanced players alike. “Disc …

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all call brewery label

Summit County Breweries Answer the ‘All Call’  

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Locals know: The May First Friday in Silverthorne is an appreciation party for them. The town uses this First Friday to recognize the contributions of all members of the community that make this a special place to live and visit.  At the top of the gratitude list is Summit County Rescue Group, an all-volunteer group that trains for the day (or night) when they get the call to respond to a mission.  This year, Angry James Brewery’s A.J. Brinkerhoff wanted to do something special to show …

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Bluebird Market

Spring and Summer Happenings at Bluebird Market

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Since opening in January, Summit County’s inaugural food hall, Bluebird Market, has become a popular gathering space for locals and visitors alike. Offering everything from burgers to harvest bowls to ice cream, empanadas and everything in between, Bluebird Market showcases the talent of a range of chefs under one roof. And it continues to grow.  Colorado Marketplace Bakery recently opened a space in the food hall, offering baked goods, decadent cakes and catering platters. Crepes a la Carte – a renowned Colorado crepe experience – and …

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Minimal Impact

Silverthorne Businesses Keep It Green

Summit County has long been devoted to sustainability, and Earth Day, April 22, gives us the chance to recognize the local efforts made by area businesses and organizations. We know that many of you are looking for resources to do the same, as well as a way to put your money and efforts behind supporting companies who are committed to these practices. Shop Green A good starting place is to look at High Country Conservation Center’s Resource Wise. This partnership is essentially a clearing house that identifies businesses throughout the …

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Eclectic Bar & Grill

Eclectic Bar & Grill Offers Elevated Food at a Local Price

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. One of Silverthorne’s newest restaurants aims to do what many destination eateries do not: offer delicious comfort food at a price point geared toward locals. The principles behind Eclectic Bar & Grill are simple; the restaurant’s foodie founders wanted to build an eatery that their friends—many in the service industry—would frequent while also creating down to earth dishes that would delight and nourish the town’s many visitors. To accomplish this, David and Britt Gilbert composed an eclectic menu for their restaurant while tapping food service friends’ …

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