Breckenridge Dining Passport

Updated October 2, 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 fall the passports will support Summit County Care.

The Dining Passport is valid from September 25 – November 16 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: $10 Passport Beer Flight, $10 Passport Whiskey Flight Flights or $10 Moscow Mule.

Bangkok Happy Bowl: Sunday- Thursday, 5 p.m.- close: $8 classic sushi rolls or 2 for 1 Thai Entrées with purchase of an appetizer or large house sake.

Breckenridge Brewery: 2 of 1 entrees, sandwiches, brewhouse favorites, burgers or salads with purchase a full-priced appetizer. Not to be combined with any other offers. Dine-In Only.

Briar Rose Chophouse: September 25-October 21: 2-course seasonal prix fixed meal for $38. Wine or cocktail pairing available.
October 21-November 16: 2-for-1 entrées with the purchase of a bottle of wine or an appetizer or a dessert.

Burke & Riley’s Irish Pub:   10% off entire bill with your passport.

The Canteen:  Free Queso Fundido with the purchase of two meals.

CB & Potts: Buy one entrée, receive $10 off the second entrée.

Coffee Depot: Free drip coffee with purchase of breakfast burrito or breakfast sandwich.

Crêpes a la Cart: Get a free water or can of soda with purchase of a crêpe.

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

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

Giampietro:  3-course menu for $27. Specially selected wine-pairing list also available.

Gold Pan: Breakfast and lunch special: buy one at regular price and receive 50 percent off your second item.

Hearthstone Restaurant: Monday- Wednesday: 2 for 1 entrées. Thursday- Sunday: Best of Harvest- 3-Course dinner for $35.

La Francaise Bakery:  2 for 1 sandwiches, omelets and crêpes.

LoLo Juice: $1 off any large smoothie; $3 off any 2 large smoothies! Open 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. daily.

Luigi’s Sports Bar and Pizzeria2 for 1 pizza pies (dine-in only).

Mi Casa:  Sunday- Wednesday: 2 for 1 entrées (after 3:30) Thursday – Saturday: $35 Date Night Menu – 3-Course dinner for 2 for $35 (after 3:30)

Michael’s Italian Restaurant:  2 for 1 dinner entrées. Closed October 23- November 5.

Modis:  3 Courses for $33. ½ Priced Select Bottles of Wine.

Motherloaded Tavern:  2 for 1’s 11:30 a.m.- 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.

Mountain Flying Fish: September 25- October 7- 25 % off all rolls. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Closed October 8- November 16.

Ollie’s Pub and Grub: $15 choose any two food items Monday- Thursday, open to close. Excludes large wing order. Certain other items excluded. Does not include sales tax. Dine-in only.

Park & Main: September 25- late October – 2 for 1 Breakfast Entrées and Benedicts- Monday- Friday only. Not available on “to go” orders

Pho Real: Combo Special: (1) Banh Mi, Vermicelli Bowl or Small Pho and side Spring Roll + a Drink (excludes Beer/Wine) for $10

Relish: September 25- October 21- 2 Courses for $30 per person. Closed October 22- November 16.

Robbie’s TavernFree order of pretzel knots with purchase of two alcoholic beverages.

Salt Creek Steakhouse: Sunday- Thursday- 2 for 1 entrées from special fall menu (of equal or lesser value) with the purchase of an appetizer, glass of wine or dessert.

Traverse: 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 percent gratuity added to all discounted checks.

Twist:  September 25- October 21- Choose an Entrée paired with a Selected item for $25 per person. Bar Menu – Drink and Small Plate $12 per person
November 10- November 16- Choose an Entrée paired with a Selected item for $25 per person. Bar Menu – Drink and Small Plate $12 per person
Closed October 22- November 9.

For more information about the  Dining Passport go here.

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