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We sat out on the patio on a beautiful sunny day. It was fun to watch all the people at the activity center on the mountain in front of us (slides, mountain biking, zip lines...). While we only had drinks, the waiter did not rush...More
Cool setting for a restaurant along the base of peak 8. Food is ok but not great. I definitely expected better quality for the money. Menu is comprised of typical bar food. You pay more for the location than you do the food.
Had dinner with friends when we wanted an informal, mountain view setting
Not crowded at all. Husband had the Bison chili...great. I had a wonderful flatbread. The other couple had great burgers which included to die for fries. I stole a few😁
My Manhattan was...More
I had the gyro sandwich and it was delicious. We also got the pretzel appetizers that were really good. It was pretty empty when we were there (most of the resorts were pretty empty during that time) and we had great service. They also have...More
First time visitors. Nearby construction presents an access problem but the food, view, and service is worth the effort!!!! Outside patio has three (3) fireside tables that face the slopes so the time spent waiting for our orders was very enjoyable. Appetizers included Robbies Dip...More
We ate lunch at Robbie’s back to back days while skiing and boarding. The service was typical Colorado, not a whole lot of friendliness but the food was outstanding both days. I had a burger the first day on a GF bun and pulled pork...More
We were told we would wait 30 minutes for a table we waited 55. We ordered our burgers, they were overcooked and my friend’s was the wrong one. Mine, the beef was overcooked and the bacon was burnt. Waiter was good and very polite. Won’t...More
While staying at Peak 8 we ate at Robbie's a lot. We had lunch, late lunch, dinner, and drinks throughout our stay and were welcomed with great service every time. Over our week we ate many delicious dishes like the french dip, gyros pita, flatbread...More
Both the Google Maps and the Waze phone apps have good directions for getting to Robbie's Tavern. I you don't use those and if no one in your party is mobility impaired, I would go to the Breckenridge gondola parking area... More
Both the Google Maps and the Waze phone apps have good directions for getting to Robbie's Tavern. I you don't use those and if no one in your party is mobility impaired, I would go to the Breckenridge gondola parking area, park for $10 and ride free up to the base of Peak 8 where Robbie's is a less than 200 yard walk. It's a pretty ride and easier than driving in my opinion. Hope this helps.
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