Colorado High 5 looks to change environment |

Colorado High 5 looks to change environment

Colorado High 5 looks to change environment from party scene, to a family environment. While still keeping the late night atmosphere, the High 5 is looking to involve more lunch and dinner business.

This is all the result of the new partnership between Kevin Sher and longtime Steamboat Springs resident Jon Sanders. Jon was the original owner of the the High 5, but over the course of the past 2 years, there have  been a few changes in leadership. Bringing Sher on board has resulted in the the best change this business has seen so far.

Kevin brings with him 15 years of restaurant experience formally working with Vail resorts, then owning a restaurant in Denver and finally in Winter Park as the food and beverage manager at the resort. He also has a degree in the culinary arts and has been living and working in ski towns for a large portion of his life.

Kevin took over operations of the Colorado High 5 last June and has begun implementing changes. While still sticking with the pizza theme, he has added some new items. Some of the new selections include sandwiches, desserts and salads. Also added to the menu is Bison and Elk meat, both of which come from local distributors and are available on pizzas and sandwiches.

Another new addition is the delivery service available until 10 p.m., seven days aper week. Delivery includes all of downtown Steamboat as well as the hotels and condos located up near the ski mountain.                                                

Boasting more than 12 Colorado beers and a couple brewed locally and a fine selection of spirits all distilled in Colorado — they strive to show their visitors the best that Colorado has to offer.

The bar itself is intimate which makes for a great place for a conversation with friends and the staff is knowledgeable. Happy hour is  from 3 to 6 p.m.

Tuesdays are open mic night. Thursday to Saturdays the High 5 features live local musicians. Rather than trying to bring in talent from across the country, they want to showcase the local artists who are up and coming.


David W. Lamb of Edward Jones receives certified financial planner certification

David Lamb of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Steamboat Springs has been authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards to use the certification mark CFP.

Lamb successfully completed the CFP Board’s initial certification requirements, which include completion of financial planning coursework and passing a comprehensive examination.

Individuals who hold CFP certification must agree to meet ongoing continuing education requirements and uphold the CFP Board’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility and Financial Planning Practice Standards.

RE/MAX Partners announces new real estate agent

RE/MAX Partners is pleased to announce that Kiki Soule has joined their team as a real estate agent.

RE/MAX Partners is pleased to announce that Kiki Soule has joined their team as a real estate agent. Soule brings years of local hospitality sales, high-end property management, and real estate office marketing and management experience to the team. Soule previously worked at RE/MAX Partners in a variety of capacities, including as a licensed real estate assistant. With a Masters degree from Colorado State University in Organizational Performance and an undergrad degree from Michigan State, she brings a “can do” attitude and boundless energy to her work place. Soule is also a certified Resort  and Second-Home Property Specialist.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Kiki back at RE/MAX,” said broker and owner Kim Kreissig. “Her sense of humor, sharp mind, and fun attitude makes her a perfect fit for our team”.

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