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Old 12-24-2009, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So, I have a trip out to Breckenridge planned in 1.5 weeks.

Whats the deal with food and supermarkets in the area? Do they have any Chick-Fil-A's or Quizno's out there? I am trying to not break the bank just keeping myself fed
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Never Been to Breck But the town of Breckenridge just fully legalized weed. That should make for a fun trip. And Stoners like lots of Chic=fil-a for munchies so you should be set.
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Old 12-24-2009, 09:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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So, I have a trip out to Breckenridge planned in 1.5 weeks.

Whats the deal with food and supermarkets in the area? Do they have any Chick-Fil-A's or Quizno's out there? I am trying to not break the bank just keeping myself fed
Breck doesn't have fast food, minus subway and dominoes, who were grandfathered in. Quiznos in Silverthorne. You are better off going to a local restaurant anyways- a trip to McDonald's cost about $8. For 10-12 you can get real food.
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Breck doesn't have fast food, minus subway and dominoes, who were grandfathered in. Quiznos in Silverthorne. You are better off going to a local restaurant anyways- a trip to McDonald's cost about $8. For 10-12 you can get real food.
Is that by some ordinance?

I did notice that there are about a jillion pizza places there. Who has the most authentic NY style pizza there? Also, are any places open late?
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It is a city ordinance. Best NY pizza is in Dillon at Jersey Boys. Jersey Boys is legit, but expensive. Downstairs at Eric's will probably be your best bet in Breck, havent been to the new pizza join, Pizza Parlor, yet. However, places shut down early compared to a large city.
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Never Been to Breck But the town of Breckenridge just fully legalized weed. That should make for a fun trip. And Stoners like lots of Chic=fil-a for munchies so you should be set.
You're a fucking idiot it's decriminalized not legalized look up the difference in those two words. Woo hoo smoke pot all day yeah. Fucking dipshits it's people like you that are ruining it for those of us living here.

Pizza Parlor is so so, Giampietro's is better and I guess the new Northside Pizza on main street is good and not super expensive. Erics food is OK in moderation eat there twice in a week your colon will be splattering it's shit stream all over your toilet. Don't bother with Subway you'll probably get food poisoning cause the place is dirty. Duggans Deli is the place to go for a low key vibe and solid NY style subs with fresh meats. If you want chinese avoid Purple Orchid or whatever the hell it's called on North Main Street you'll probably die from food poisoning there. Mother loaded is good if you want the very best and worst of americana, seriously good shit there especially the mac and cheese.
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Hmmm, ok. I think what I *should* have asked is: Where do the locals eat and shop (supermarket)?
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Old 12-25-2009, 07:17 AM   #8 (permalink)
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locals eat ramen noodles? Cya at breck in 1.5weeks tarzanman im staying in Dillon and plan to hit up all the resorts in area for the week. last time i was there i lived off beef jerky and chicken soup :/
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Lol. I'm not looking to bombard my system with sodium, salt... so if I have to go cheap then it will be salads, PB&J, Tuna fish sammiches and apples (apples are usually hella cheap)
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BA is spot on about eating out. Duggan's delis Reuben is big and juicey and yummy for only eight bucks.You can even ride down 4 oclock run to town , walk half a block to chow at duggan's, and walk a block back to the gondola stuffed for ten bucks.... not bad. I would like to see Subway ran out of town anyway. There is a regular grocery store on the north end of town called City Market, and in town, next to the post office on Ridge st, is Food Kingdom. Kind of an old fashioned style grocery store, with slightly higher prices. There are also lots of other low cost eating out options around town like Empire burger.You can pick up a dining guide at the Welcome center at the corner of main and washington that has most of the towns eating joints, some with menus and prices. I ate at windy city pizza a couple days ago and it was decent but not amazing. (they do have gluten free pizza available). At the PK 9 base area is Spencers, a more upscale place with an all you can eat lunch buffet, that is only 9$ for locals (don't know how much for visitors), but its real sitdown food at the base that isnt a vail resorts hamburger(yuk). There is a free "spagetti" dinner at one of the local churches on thursday also if you don't mind the religious thing and can look hollow eyed and hungry. (no food report). I am a registered voter in the town of Breckenridge. Starting Jan 1 2010 it will be legal to have on your person up to one ounce of marijuana and related paraphernalia. Of note: It is not legal to grow,distribute,use openly in public,etc in the town of Breckenridge without proper medical marijuana registration.Also, County or state or federal officers can still arrest you at their discretion. Welcome to Breck !
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