Aurum opens to everyone Friday, and the locals hanging around during mud season will recognize most of the bones of Sweetwater Grill, which previously occupied the space, but face an entirely new dining experience.
Daryl Levin sold Chelsea’s in the late-1990s, but he’s now looking to resurrect the Chinese-food restaurant and its reputation of cuisine worth traveling for.
Collin and Noella Kelley are planning to open their newest dining venture right next door to their original restaurant, Carl’s Tavern, but the concepts couldn’t be farther apart.
The lineup of restaurants on Yampa Street is undergoing another major shift, with Sweetwater Grill being sold and a new concept set to open in the riverside space in May.
Valentine's Day is Friday this year. Have you figured out what you're doing that day? Here's a couple of ideas to get you started.
It isn’t slated to open until at least March — demolition hasn’t even started yet — but Kim Haggarty and Pat Waters have plans to make Schmiggity’s into a true late-night, live music destination for downtown Steamboat Springs.
New Year's Eve events in Steamboat Springs.
Fawn Racoma said that her new restaurant is about balancing the body and will incorporate her background as a holistic health practitioner and experience as an executive chef.
The staple of Halloween in Steamboat Springs, the Downtown Halloween Stroll, is from 5 to 7 p.m. in downtown.
The popular Soup Bowl Supper returns to Steamboat on Wednesday.
The eighth annual Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge on Sunday drew a crowd.
The eighth annual event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eighth and Oak streets. Taster kits cost $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger.
The celebration of arts in the Yampa Valley is highlighted by the Yampa River Art Stroll on Friday, Saturday and Sunday along Yampa Street.
Reggae Festival to hit Sweetwater Saturday
John Brown's Body will headline Sunday's Reggae Festival at Sweetwater Grill. Things get started at noon with Wise 100 Doors and Acutonic before JBB takes the stage. Tickets are available at All That Jazz and Sweetwater.
Here's a list of what is happening in Steamboat Springs for the Fourth of July.
Look beneath the sets of local drummers and you’ll see something taking the percussion world by storm, all from the Copper Ridge business of local Bob Hyams.
Take a stroll down Yampa Street on a Friday summer evening and you can quickly see the potential. For the planners of the Yampa River promenade, there is perhaps no better time than now for the lodging tax dollars to suddenly become available.
Pete Van De Carr says the annual Yampa River Festival is like the river itself: a fluid sort of thing, undulating from season to season.
This weekend will be a prime opportunity to catch live music, with numerous locations across town offering up tunes Friday and Saturday nights.
I can’t find a record of it, but I believe it was also 1994 when Sheryl Crow understandably canceled her free show in Steamboat because David Letterman’s staff had called to offer her an appearance on “Late Night.”