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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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Summit Locals Art Market Showcases Work from Area Artists

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. For years, Summit County artists have found inspiration in the area’s surrounding natural beauty, the visitors from around the world, and the close-knit community of locals. Now, those who want to support Summit County artists can find a bevy of them in one place: Summit Locals Art Market, located inside The Outlets at Silverthorne. The Summit Locals Art Market grew out of a chance meeting between artists Erica Nicol, Mary Anderson and Shannon Jakoby.  The three met at Dillon’s weekly farmer’s market this past summer and …

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Reception at Hotel Indigo

A global brand with local touches comes to Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. The next piece of Silverthorne’s exciting 4th Street Crossing transformation is now open and taking reservations: Hotel Indigo Silverthorne opened its doors on January 7 as an inviting retreat for those looking to explore high altitude adventures. Hotel Indigo is an IHG Hotels & Resorts’ boutique hotel brand with 129 different properties around the world, in locations from Tel Aviv and Dubai to San Francisco and Savannah. IHG prides itself on distinguishing each property to reflect local culture and values, creating spaces as diverse as the …

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Melody’s Food Cart redefines grab-and-go breakfasts in Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. In September 2021, Silverthorne local Trevor Rhodes launched Melody’s Food Cart, a specialty breakfast food truck that caters to everyone from the workforce of Summit County to visitors heading to the slopes. Based in the Baker’s Brewery parking lot, the food cart opens its window at 7 a.m. and doles out breakfast burritos, sandwiches, coffee, and more. After working in various restaurants in Summit County for the past three years, Trevor was inspired to start his own concept. During the pandemic, he realized food trucks could …

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The Pad Hotel Room

The Pad and A-BAR now open for business in Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Just in time for winter, The Pad and its watering hole, the A-BAR, welcomed its first guests before Thanksgiving. As a boutique hotel with a range of  unique room configurations, The Pad features high-end mountain modern design that highlights local art.  The Pad has 36 rooms and 101 beds; guests can choose from hostel-style dorm rooms, micro rooms, traditional hotel rooms and private suites. Owners Lynne and Rob Baer envisioned unique social lodging concepts that prioritize comfort, sustainability, accessibility and inclusive luxury options. Room rates range …

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High Country Artisans

Shop Silverthorne For Holiday Cheer

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Silverthorne’s plethora of shops means that there’s something for everyone here. From local artisans and craftsmen to gourmets to recreational experts, Silverthorne’s shop owners are here to help you find the perfect gift. Stop by, shop local, and support the wonderful people who make this community thrive.   For the Art Admirer While shopping at the Outlets at Silverthorne be sure to stop by High Country ARTisans, a co-op that features more than 20 artists local to Summit County. With photography, fiber art, mosaics, metal, pottery, jewelry, scroll …

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Mountain Dirty Motorsports

Family-Owned Mountain Dirty Motorsports Brings the Fun to Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. In late October a new-to-Silverthorne shop opened its doors on 6th Street in the former True Value space – Mountain Dirty Motorsports. Previously located outside of  Breckenridge and named Motobreck, owners Lee and Mimi Dolan rebranded and relocated to Silverthorne to capitalize on the town’s growth and opportunities. “Silverthorne is the center of commerce for Summit County and continues to see growth and development,” said Lee. “We found a great location that gave us access to an increasing number of visitors and a great business community.” The …

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