Breakfast in Breckenridge tastes better. Most of the local favorites offer great food and stunning views. Get out and wonder around town. Take in the sights and smells. Savor the food – it tastes better at elevation, I promise. Go ahead - sit next to the local, ask them about the next storm or their favorite trails to ski or bike… it’s amazing what we can learn over a cup of coffee.
Located in the Village at the base of Peak 9 is BoLD! A relaxed place with reclaimed wood interior dishing out classic breakfasts. You will only be served cage free eggs, 100% pure organic maple syrup and their signature biscuits are freshly baked every morning. And there's a build-your-own bloody mary bar! Menu items range from $10-$15.
Located right on Main Street in the heart of Breckenridge, Columbine Café offers a traditional diner feel. The menu features specialty items like trout and Eggs, their famous hangover burrito, Breck scramble and Salmon Benedict and a killer Bloody Mary. The portions and generous and the price is right. Menu items range from $8-$13 and a $5 kids menu is available.
Off the beaten path, located on Ridge Street, just one block off Main is a hidden gem. Cuppa Joe prides themselves on their friendly, local staff and tasty drinks and treats. Try a Chemex, a pour-over style coffee, flat white, oatmeal latte, Bhakti chai or a Nutella mocha. Their food is generous in size and flavor, offering fresh ingredients, made to order. Try the smoked Salmon and goat cheese burrito, Vegan tofu burrito or a smoothie bowl. Menu items range from $2-$10.
This cash-only, grab and go or dine in breakfast stop is located on the north side of Main Street. Donuts are made fresh daily and go great with a cup of their local coffee. Breakfast dishes such as biscuits and gravy, huevos rancheros, corned beef hash and more range from $4-$10!
The Blue Moose
Tucked in toward the south end of Main Street, The Blue Moose is serving up traditional breakfast options for a hungry crowd. The coffee is hot, the pancakes are stacked tall and the eggs are fluffy. There are a few options that may tempt the more adventurous foodies such as Mike’s Eggs Benedict - delicious and topped with crisp spinach, brie cheese, bacon, and creamy avocado, but sticking to the tried to true works here. The space tends to be busy, especially during ski season. Most folks are looking for a hearty start to their day. Menu items range from $2-$14.