Absinthe Bar & Lounge
325 S. Main
Hours: 4 pm - close
Gold Pan Restaurant
103 N. Main St.
Immersed in mining
history, the Gold Pan Saloon and Restaurant
offers a glimpse of a "rough and ready"
Breckenridge, when at any moment the swinging
saloon doors might slap open and admit a thirsty
prospector. Built around 1879 as the Herman
Strauss Saloon, the bar side of this complex has
spent most of its days as a smoke-filled,
whiskey-scented dining and amusement hall. The
most well-known of these establishments was the
Palace Restaurant which attracted customers with
a large fish aquarium in the front window,
stocked with "speckled beauties". Documented as
the most continuous operating liquor license
west of the Mississippi, the building has also
served as a dry goods store and as a gas
station. Over the years, the Gold
Pan Bar has been one of the first
saloons visited by a local. Locally owned and operated,
the Gold Pan provides visitors with a rustic
atmosphere to relax and enjoy a drink and
Hours: 8:00am - Close
The Park Avenue Pub invites guests to unwind after a long day of mountain activities. Or, just sit back and converse amongst friends. Visit us for a drink, a late-night snack, or pre-function appetizer. The Pub features fine wines, premium spirits, and microbrews to challenge all palates. The Pub menu offers a variety of items served through closing. Don't forget to stop by for the daily happy hour specials.
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 4:00pm to late.
Located at the base of Peak 8 next to Ski Hill Grill, the T-Bar is THE apres spot in Summit County. With rotating drink specials, small plates, and NFL Sunday Ticket, this bar is always rocking and a must-visit. Whether you're looking for a mid-day break or a late afternoon beer on the patio, the T-Bar is the place to go.