811 Yampa Street
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Getting out and exploring the great outdoors is half the fun when you make plans to vacation in scenic Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This well-loved and thrilling destination is designed to inspire with options to hit the hiking trails, take to the mountain slopes or savor time in geothermal hot springs that are relaxing and restorative. It’s also a place where you can pair flavorful stops with all of your adventures. The culinary scene in Steamboat Springs is impressive and when you’re looking to make the most of savory riverfront dining during your stay, make sure to make time for a meal at Aurum Food & Wine.
Waterfront Views and Savory Flavors
Aurum Food & Wine is located at 811 Yampa Street and is open to the dining public daily between 5:00 pm and closing. This elegant, yet inviting stop is loved for its wonderful locale overlooking the river and rolling landscape that makes a meal as scenic as it is savory. The brick façade of this eatery is an inviting sight and guests will enjoy options to dine in the main dining room or out on the patio. Here, rustic barrels are transitioned into one of a kind tables and in the colder months, chic firepits light the way to a romantic dining moment. From twinkling bistro lights to the mountain and water views, Aurum Food & Wine sets the scene for a one of a kind meal.
Aurum Food & Wine Menu Favorites to Savor
When you’re in the mood for a drink and an inspiring vista, Aurum Food & Wine hosts a happy hour daily between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. Whether it’s wine and beer or handcrafted cocktails, the options are sure to delight the tastebuds. Those looking to make the most of a full meal will find the menu at this destination versatile and savory. From soups and salads to seafood, steak, and beyond, Aurum Food & Wine caters to preferences of all types. For those looking to indulge in a small plate or two, salmon crudo or tostadas are sure to please. Whether your main dish focuses on pork chops or Alamosa trout, you’ll find the selections here fresh, savory, and memorable.
Nearby Attractions to Enjoy and Explore
Taking time to unwind, savor the flavors and the fantastic view at Aurum Food and Wine is a well-deserved treat during any Steamboat Springs journey. Those that find themselves in this part of town in pursuit of savory moments will also enjoy being in proximity to nearby attractions to enjoy and explore. When you just can’t wait to expand on your itinerary and make the most of every Steamboat Springs moment you’re given, adding these following stops to your must-do list is a good way to take your experience to the next unforgettable level.
Enjoy the Howelsen Ski Area
Those traveling to Steamboat Springs with a heart for history only matched by their passion for time on the slopes will find a stop at nearby Howelsen Ski Area to be entirely thrilling. With roots dating back to 1915, the Howelsen Ski Area enjoys a special place in the story of Steamboat Springs. Visitors looking to work up an appetite for Aurum Food and Wine at the Howelsen Ski Area can access the fun at Howelsen parkway between 11:00 am and 8:00 pm during ski seasons.
While this ski area is decidedly more quaint than it’s neighboring Steamboat Ski Resort, visitors often find the terrain’s many jumps exciting and challenging. While the Howelsen Ski Area invites guests to come and enjoy its offerings from near and far, it’s also a popular place amongst winter sports professionals looking to train up in style.
Browse the Steamboat Art Museum
When you’re hoping to follow up on your delicious meal at Aurum Food and Wine with a stop that speaks to creative inspiration, time spent at the Steamboat Art Museum is a great option. Just steps from the restaurant, the Steamboat Art Museum is located at 801 Lincoln Avenue and is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm. Built within the parameters of a former bank, the Steamboat Art Museum is a wonderful place to browse a diverse collection of exhibits and displays that highlight Colorado’s history and local talent in a unique fashion. This stop is known for hosting a strong lineup of lectures and workshops throughout the year which may interest those looking for a more hands-on approach to their artistic endeavors. The museum first opened in 2005 and today, admission to admire the artwork is still free, with donations keeping the establishment up and running successfully. The museum functions on a foundation of promoting the visual arts in a way that connects with the community and visitors alike.
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