When you are on vacation there are plenty of opportunities to indulge. But how can you keep your healthy habits without sacrificing flavorful dining? Breckenridge offers a broad range of restaurants that include local ingredients, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.
When you need a hearty, yet healthy lunch while you are skiing, stop into Soupz On. This lunch spot is conveniently located in the City Market Plaza, near the bottom of the gondola. They offer unique and flavorful soups, sandwiches and salads. The menu includes several vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Warm up and fill up at this easy lunch stop.
Park and Main creates delicious creations featuring international flavors. From breakfast to dinner, this casual cafe offers healthy salads, sandwiches and entrées. The menu even includes gluten free bread.
Get a healthy dose of Omega-3 fatty acids when you order sushi at Mountain Flying Fish. Healthy protein-rich rolls and sashimi are sure to satisfy your hunger. If you don’t enjoy sushi, the menu also has a selection of grilled plates such as chicken and salmon with traditional Japanese flavors.
The Breckenridge Tap House features a delicious portobello and zucchini street taco. Other tacos include locally sourced meat, which is typically grass fed instead of grain fed, making it higher in healthy fatty acids. Order chips and guacamole instead of fries for an extra dose of nutrients.
Get a hearty, whole grain breakfast at Amazing Grace. This cafe offers hot oatmeal, granola and yogurt, or egg plates for a larger breakfast to help you power through a day on the slopes. You can also dine on salads and sandwiches at lunch time. Amazing Grace’s menu incorporates organic foods and provides a plethora of vegetarian and vegan options.
Make Your Own
When you want to make your own meal, stop by the Local Market on Main St. This little market carries plenty of organic items and Colorado products, including meats.
Healthy Choices at Any Restaurant
You can find a way to eat healthy at any of Breckenridge’s restaurants. Try to skip the fried foods and find a grilled or baked option instead. Order two salads and split an entrée. Try to choose sides that feature a vegetable or fruit instead of a potato or other starch. If you decide to indulge in a rich and decadent meal, eat half and save the rest for another meal. When you are counting calories, keep in mind that beverages also add to your calorie count. With so many great local beers and inciting wine and cocktail lists, you may want to choose a meal that is on the lighter side. When you make smart choices you can enjoy excellent food and take care of your body.