ZEST: Saddles at the Sheraton great mountain views and savory bites
Steamboat Springs — Summertime dining doesn’t get any better than Saddles at the Sheraton, located slopeside at the base of Mount Werner. The restaurant offers something for everyone in an atmosphere overlooking the green, grass-covered slopes of Mount Werner and Burgess Creek coursing through the Promenade.
Offering great mountain views and an expansive deck, Saddles is a hot spot for lunch and late-night lounging. It’s also a great social space to meet for specialty drinks, beer and wine after a day hiking, biking or golfing. For the kids, it also offers a game room with shuffleboard, billiards and foosball.
When it comes to dining, Saddles relies on the expertise of executive chef Scott Przymus, who brings a Colorado-based theme to his concoctions, from succulent appetizers to scrumptious entrees.
“We incorporate seasonal fare into a variety of our dishes throughout the year,” Przymus said, touting everything from Palisade peaches to local artisan cheeses.
Przymus also works with local farm co-ops for sourcing, as well as local ranches for such meats as beef, elk, buffalo and venison.
“We utilize a lot of great Colorado products in our dishes,” he says.
Lunch starts at 11 a.m. daily with happy hour following from 4 to 6 p.m. and dinner going late until 11 p.m.; all menus serving an array of shared plates, small plates, sandwiches, salads and entrees.
“It’s a great spot, with a great location, staff and ambiance,” Przymus says. “And the food is even better.”
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