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ZEST: E3 Chophouse

E3 Chophouse prides itself on supporting local ranches offering Colorado rack of lamb and bone-in pork chops and features a jet-fresh catch daily, wild game and a large selection of appetizers, side dishes, house-baked breads, desserts, sauces and dressings all made from scratch.
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— E3 Chophouse, one of Steamboat’s premier dining experiences, is nestled beautifully in the heart of downtown on the Yampa River.

With immaculate landscaping and over-sized glass garage doors opening to the banks of the Yampa, E3 is a stunning place to enjoy meals created from the best seasonal, all-natural ingredients and offers diners a true “ranch-to-table” experience.

E3 steaks are sourced solely from E3-certified cattle. The sixth-generation, family-owned E3 Ranch in Fort Scott, Kansas, believes in raising its cattle humanely, giving them room to roam, allowing them to grow in an all-natural environment and keeping them free of hormones, steroids and antibiotics as to provide their customers with the healthiest and most tender beef possible.



E3-certified steaks and chops are cut daily, in-house, and cooked on the restaurant’s top-fire, char-broiler delivering flavorful, succulently prepared specialty steak entrees.

E3 prides itself on supporting local ranches, offering Colorado rack of lamb and bone-in pork chops and features a jet-fresh catch daily, wild game and a large selection of appetizers, side dishes, house-baked breads, desserts, sauces and dressings all made from scratch for your dining enjoyment.



For lighter fare, enjoy E3’s bar menu or their ever-popular happy hour. Favorites include Lobster Mac and Cheese and Truffle Fries. Dinner reservations can be made online at e3chophouse.com or on 
Open Table.

Chef Chris Lotz, raised in Steamboat Springs and classically trained at the Art Institute of New York City, creates cuisine that is visually enticing and soul satisfying.

ZEST is a sponsored feature in Explore Steamboat magazine. The magazine publishes in the summer and winter each year. Advertisers can purchase a one or two-page spread in the ZEST section of the magazine. The purchase includes a photo shoot, a write-up and then the layout of their pages. As an added benefit, each story is published in one edition of Steamboat Today’s Friday Explore section during the same season and also online.


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