Steamboat A to Z
Wondering what to do this winter in this fair hamlet of ours nestled at the base of Mt. Werner? Practice your alphabet while thumbing through the following A to Z activities.
Aaah, it doesn’t get much better than kicking you legs up by the fire with a beer, wine or cocktail in hand after a hard day on the slopes. Luckily, apres options abound in Steamboat, letting you finish your day on Mt. Werner by skiing or riding straight into your favorite libation, munchies, live music and more (and hot chocolate for the kiddos). Options include the famous Ice Bar at Slopeside Grill, just off the Right-O-Way trail at the base of the ski area; the T-bar in the old patrol headquarters below the Christie lift; Truffle Pig in the new One Steamboat Place; and the Bear River Bar and Grill deck in Gondola Square, now home to a European-inspired terrace and umbrella bar. A slew of choices also exist downtown, all with happy hour specials for after your day on the slopes.
Cost-Buster Cooking: Mexican accents for Cinco de Mayo fiesta
- Cheery plates, bright flavors, cold drinks. Del Pez Sea Mex on Newark's Main Street has all the ingredients that promise a good dining experience. Yet, a meal out isn't always about food. And while some promises weren't fulfilled, the Mexican seafood
- If you want to give the holiday a nod without making a whole dinner of Mexican food, add some Hispanic flavors to your side dishes. email print Combine the tomatoes, garlic, green bell pepper, onion and chile in a blender or food processor fitted
- The bombing of the rue Copernic synagogue in 1980, the gun attack on Jo Goldenberg's restaurant two years later, and the exhumation and impaling of a skeleton in the Jewish cemetery of Carpentras in May 1990 all cast long shadows across the country