Nine Things to do During Mud Season

The slopes are closed, the snow is melting and town is quiet. Don’t let the change in season deter you from a trip to Breckenridge. There is still plenty to do and no crowds to fight. Take a look at some of our recommended mud season activities!

Breckenridge Dining Passport

Updated April 20, 2017

Every spring and fall the Breckenridge Restaurant Association(BRA) works with local restaurants to create some great dining deals and help support a local cause. This spring the passports will support local scholarships.

The Dining Passport is valid from April 17-June 15 and can be purchased for $10 at any participating restaurant or the Breckenridge Welcome Center. One passport is valid for two people and can not be paired with any other discounts.

See the participants below:

Après Handcrafted Libations: April 17 – June 15: $10 Passport Beer Flight or $10 Passport Whiskey Flight Flights are pre-chosen. Some restrictions may apply. Not valid with any other offer. Closed April 24-27

Bangkok Happy Bowl: $8 classic sushi rolls, free appetizer with purchase of two Thai Dinners Sunday through Thursday 5 p.m. – close. Not valid with any other offers.

Briar Rose Chophouse: April 17- May 20- 2-course seasonal prix fixed meal for $38. Wine or cocktail pairing available.

May 21- June 15- 2-for-1 entrées with the purchase of a bottle of wine or an appetizer or a dessert.

Burke & Riley’s Irish Pub:   April 17- June 15- 10% off entire bill with your passport. May 1- 31: For locals only: 50% off alcohol/drinks and 30% off food menu items (be prepared to show local ID).

The Canteen:   April 17- June 15: free Queso Fundido with the purchase of two meals.

CB & Potts Restaurant and Taproom: April 17- June 15: Buy one entrée, receive $10 off the second entrée.

Crêpes a la Cart: April 17- May 25- Buy 1 crêpe, get one 50% off.

May 26- June 15- 20% off a crêpe with purchase of a beverage.

Downstairs at Eric’s: April 17- June 15- Kids Eat Free….with the purchase of one adult entrée per kid’s entrée. Some restrictions apply.

Fatty’s Pizzeria: May 10- June 15, Sunday- Thursday, 4-10 p.m. only. 2 for 1 entrées. Dine- in only. Pizza, Sandwiches and Clam Bakes excluded.

Giampietro:  April 17- June 15; 3-course menu for $27, featuring a selection of special fall items. Specially selected wine-pairing list also available.

Hearthstone Restaurant: May 12- June 15, Thursday- Sunday, 3-course dinner for $35. Monday- Wednesday, 2 for 1 entrées. Closed April 17 – May 11.

La Francaise Bakery:  April 17- June 15: 2 for 1 sandwiches, omelets and crêpes (with purchase of drink or pastry with each sandwich, omelet or crêpe).

LoLo Juice: April 17- June 15: $1 off any large smoothie; $3 off any 2 large smoothies! Open 8 am- 4 pm daily.

Lost Cajun: April 17- April 22 and May 22- June 15: free order of beignets with any purchase. Breckenridge location only. Closed April 23- May 21

Mi Casa:  April 17 – May 4 and May 25 – June 15, Sunday- Wednesday, 2 for 1 entrées. Thursday – Saturday, Date Night Menu- 3-course dinner for $30 per couple. Both promotions available after 3:30. Closed May 6 – May 24.

Michael’s Italian Restaurant:  May 19- June 15- 2 for 1 dinner entrées. Closed April 23- May 18.

Modis:  April 17- June 15 : 3 Courses for $33. ½ Priced Select Bottles of Wine. Some restrictions apply, please ask server for details. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays April 24-June 13.

Motherloaded Tavern:  April 17- June 15: 2 for 1 Entrées 11:30 am- 1:30 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. every day with the passport. Gratuity may be included on total before discount. DINE- IN ONLY.

Ollie’s Pub and Grub: April 17- June 15: Monday- Thursday, open-close. Choose any two food items for $15. Excludes large wing order and certain other items. Does not include sales tax. Not valid with other discounts or promotions. Any substitutions/ modifications will be charged accordingly. DINE- IN ONLY. Closed May 7-9.

Park & Main: April 17- June 15- After 5 p.m. only: Buy one entrée and receive a second entrée or sandwich of equal or lesser value for free (with the purchase of a bottle of wine or an appetizer or a dessert.)

Pho Real: April 17- June 15- Combo Special: (1) Banh Mi, Vermicelli Bowl or Small Pho and side Spring Roll + a Drink (excludes Beer/Wine) for $10. Closed May 1-May 15

Relish: April 17- June 15: 2 Courses for $30 per person. Choose an entrée paired with a selected item for $30 per person. Closed April 30- May 25.

Robbie’s TavernApril 17- June 15: free order of pretzel knots with purchase of two alcoholic beverages Closed Monday-Wednesday during May.

Salt Creek Steakhouse: September 26- November 17; Sunday- Thursday- 2 for 1 entrées (of equal or lesser value) with the purchase of an appetizer, glass of wine or dessert.

Subway- Breckenridge: April 17- June 15-; Free 6 inch sub- Buy any 6” sub and any drink and get a regular 6” sub of equal or lesser price Free!

Traverse: April 17- June 15: 2 for 1 Entrées with purchase of an Appetizer or Bottle of Wine. Certain exclusions may apply, may not be combined with any other offers. 20% gratuity added to all discounted checks.

Twist:  April 17- June 15: 2 Courses for $25 per person- Choose an entrée paired with a selected item for $25 per person. Closed April 30- May 25.

For more information about the  Dining Passport go here.

BGV Welcomes Spring Grant Applications

BRECKENRIDGE, COLORADO (March 20th, 2017) – Breckenridge Grand Vacations (BGV) is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2017 Grant Cycle until April 1st, 2017 through their philanthropic program, BGV Gives. Grants will be awarded in May of 2017.

BGV Gives is a Community Giving Program designed by BGV to support the nonprofit agencies serving Summit and Park Counties through fundraising, sponsorships, grants, volunteering and in-kind donations on behalf of those in need, with a primary focus on health, human services and education.

BGV awards grants during two annual cycles, giving applicants the ability to choose the most appropriate cycle. The spring deadline falls on April 1st and the fall deadline is October 1st of each year. Please note that there are two applications: one for requests of $1,000 or less and in-kind donations, and another for requests over $1,000 and up to $20,000.

Applicants are asked to review the following BGV Gives Funding Priorities prior to applying:

  • The funding request directly benefits the residents of Summit and/or Park Counties with special priority given to programs that support health, human services and education.
  • Other funding priorities may be supported from time to time, as determined by the owners and the leadership team.
  • There is a documented need for the program or service that the grant will support.
  • The funding request can be used to leverage other support for the program.
  • There is a measurable benefit of the grant funded program to the community.
  • The grant request must be cost effective.

Applicants should also be aware of all BGV Gives Funding Guidelines and Restrictions, which outline that BGV generally doesn’t provide funding for direct grants or scholarships to individuals, political organizations, religious outreach activities, endowments and research projects. The program asks that completed applications be submitted in PDF format no later than April 1st via email to dedwards@breckgv.com. For inquiries regarding grant eligibility and applications, please visit BGVGives.org or contact Deb Edwards at (970) 547-8748.

In addition to BGV’s giving efforts this spring, BGV Gives will be hosting The 2nd Annual Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk on June 10th. To learn more about the RAM Walk, please visit www.robmillisorwalk.com.



Founded in 2016, the BGV Gives Program was established to facilitate and further extend Breckenridge Grand Vacations’ philanthropic reach and impact in Summit County and the surrounding area. Inspired by the late BGV Owner/Developer, Rob Millisor, this charitable program honors his example of service to others by supporting the local nonprofit community. BGV is excited and humbled to continue Rob’s legacy of giving through fundraising, sponsorships, grants, volunteering and in-kind donations on behalf of those in need, with a primary focus on health, human services and education. With guidance from the BGV Gives Program Manager, Deb Edwards, this program is committed to growing BGV’s local contributions and inspiring fellow community members to give more, by providing resources and opportunities to help others in need.

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