ZEST: 8th Street Steakhouse
Steamboat Springs — Looking for a unique dining experience? It doesn’t get any more fun for the whole family than cooking your own steak just how you like it at the 8th Street Steakhouse. With the help and guidance of their experienced staff, you’ll have your steak cooked to perfection every time and seasoned just how you like it.
This family-oriented restaurant is the perfect place to bring your group, no matter the size. From a romantic dinner for two to a group of skiing buddies or the entire family, Steamboat’s most fun-filled restaurant offers something for everyone.
As your steak sizzles on the grill, add some homemade teriyaki sauce or a dash or two of a complete spice array to customize it exactly how you like it. And don’t forget your Texas toast!
8th Street Steakhouse prides itself in serving up the best steaks and seafood around. Cook one of their prime-grade New York strips, bacon-wrapped filet mignons, juicy bone-in ribeyes, buffalo ribeyes or Kobe strips over one of two 20-foot lava rock grills. Or, simply sit back and relax as their chef perfects your slow-roasted baby-back ribs or Alaskan king crab legs.
You can also choose from numerous mouth-watering side dishes, from award-winning stuffed mushrooms to fresh steamed asparagus and roasted twice-baked potatoes. Finish it all off with one of their famous “8th Street Taters” for dessert.
To wash it all down, enjoy your favorite beer or cocktail, or choose from its extensive wine list, featuring the finest vintages from the world’s greatest wineries, by the bottle or glass. At 8th Street Steakhouse, your meal will always have the perfect accompaniment. Hint: Don’t miss its $5, 8-oz. steak burger available every day during happy hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to close. There’s also Mussel & Martini Madness every Thursday, when fresh mussels are just $5 per pound and more than 20 flavors of martinis run just $3.
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 the Friday Explore section in the Steamboat Today during the same season and also online.
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