Zest: Create memories at the fun-filled 8th Street Steakhouse
February 8, 2019
Dining doesn't get any more fun for the whole family than cooking your own steak at 8th Street Steakhouse, winner of 2016's Best of the Boat contest for steak, ribs and BBQ. With help from their experienced staff, you'll have your steak cooked to perfection and seasoned just how you like it.
Perfect for a romantic dinner for two, 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 or dash of a complete spice array to customize it exactly how you like it (and don't forget your Texas toast).
Offering the best steaks and seafood around, cook a prime-grade New York strip, bacon-wrapped filet mignon, juicy bone-in ribeye, Colorado buffalo or Kobe sirloin over two, 20-foot lava rock grills. Or sit back and relax as their chef perfects your tender baby-back ribs or Alaskan king crab legs.
Also choose from such mouth-watering side dishes as stuffed mushrooms, fresh steamed asparagus, roasted Brussels sprouts, twice-baked potatoes and hand-cut truffle fries. Finish it all off with their famous 8th Street tater for dessert.
For libations, enjoy a local craft beer, specialty cocktail or choose from its award-winning wine list. And don't miss its $5, 8-ounce steak burger during happy hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to close, or Mussel & Martini Madness every Thursday with fresh mussels for $5 per pound and 20 flavors of $3 martinis.
8th Street Steakhouse also provides a great Western ambience with cozy, candlelit booths and a second grill, butcher shop and salad bar upstairs for larger groups or private events. There are even authentic saddle seats for the kids.
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Planning a party or group gathering? Its grill-your-own atmosphere makes for great socializing, with five flat-screen TVs for sports fans in the bar.
So put 8th Street Steakhouse on your list of must-do's while in Steamboat — it may be the only thing in town that creates more memories than the slopes.