Ollie’s Pub and Grub

Fall is here and winter is near. While we are all looking forward to ski season, we will thoroughly enjoy our uninterrupted Sunday’s of football for now. Don’t let heading up to the mountains for a little r&r make you miss your team’s game. Take a look at our top five places to catch a game in Breckenridge.

Ollie’s: Ollies is the best local spot to catch all the games. Their bar and side room have almost every game playing on one of their many HDTV’s. Don’t see your game on? Just ask. Their staff is more than happy to switch on your game as long as it doesn’t cause any major disruptions for other guests. While you are there, try their pickle chips…they are delicious!

Kenosha: With 18 rotating craft beers, NFL Sunday ticket on 10 TVs, $1 off all beers, $5 tailgate menu, Sunday Pick’em squares and a $4 Bloody Mary bar, what else do you need? Kenosha is a perfect place to post up and spend your Sunday watching the games. A menu full of burgers, wings, nachos and more won’t leave you  disappointed, no matter the outcome of your game.

FootBall PicFatty’s: 21 HDTV’s and a full menu make this is a perfect option for those traveling with some “not-so-into-football” friends. You can enjoy your burger and beer while cheering on your team and your friends can have a salad and chat about plans for the night. They do have outdoor seating, so if you are looking to sneak in some game time make sure to be seated indoors.

Mi Casa: Like Sunday night football? Like margaritas? Like winning money? Head on over to Mi Casa for “Guess the Score.” Each Sunday night you will have a chance to win a decent stack of cash (around $500) for guessing the final score correctly. You must be present to win, so sit back, order some tacos and get ready to have an enjoyable evening of football and margaritas.

Eric’s: This is the best spot to watch the game as a family. The arcade provides an outlet for your high energy little ones and the 29 HDTV’s let you enjoy the game. With the NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Network you can easily cheer on your favorite team. They do not take reservations, so get there early, order a gigantor and get ready for some football!

With all these options there is no need to worry about missing the big game. So come up to Breckenridge for the views and stay for the football.

MikeThe View from the Bottom is Mike Millisor’s monthly letter to all of the stakeholders of the Breckenridge Grand Vacations family of resorts.

There is always something going on in Breckenridge. There is a festival of some kind nearly every month, live performances of local, national, and international musicians at various venues, live theater at the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre and the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, as well as art demonstrations as part of the BreckCreate creative arts program. I believe this diversity of activities is what keeps drawing people back to Breckenridge. As phenomenal as the outdoor recreation opportunities are—and they are—they are only part of what makes Breckenridge a place that families can come back to and enjoy year after year.

I sincerely hope that you have discovered this on your own, but in case you’ve been inclined to spend all your time on the slopes, on the river, or on your bike while you’re here, I encourage you to take a few minutes to check out the artistic side of the Blue River Valley. Pick out a festival, performance, or exhibit that appeals to you, and build a weekend getaway around it—or schedule your next owner week to include it.

While the Activities and Front Desk staff at each of our resorts are always happy to help you build the perfect outing, you can also do your own one-stop shopping by visiting www.gobreck.com , the website of the Breckenridge Tourism Office, which lists festivals, concerts, and activities of all sorts up to a year in advance. Even those long-time visitors who think they have “seen it all” in Breck are likely to find something new and enticing.

So go on, branch out a bit, surprise yourself. You can indulge in all the things you already love, and find something new to love. It might just make your next visit all the more memorable.

Mike Millisor

Greetings, Breckenridge Grand Vacations owners! We want to remind you that the 2017 HOA billing will be sent out by our payment processing vendor, Concord Servicing Corporation, in early January 2017, with a due date of March 1, 2017.

In order for you to receive your billing successfully, please ensure that you have provided any address change information to the Breckenridge Grand Vacations Owner Relations department, which can be reached Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT, by calling 877.453.4440.

The BGV Accounts Receivable Management department is now providing service to our owners regarding both HOA dues obligations and loan obligations. We can be reached, in order to manage billing questions, payment processing, and other related needs, by calling 888.783.8883 ext. 3048, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT.

Thank you for being a part of the Breckenridge Grand Vacations family!

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