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“Birthday Dinner”
Review of Relish

Ranked #5 of 171 Restaurants in Breckenridge
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings, Local cuisine, Romantic
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Dinner at Relish was the best meal of our trip to Breckenridge! From the welcoming, warm atmosphere felt the minute we walked in to the delicious entrees and our exceptional server, Ray, everything was outstanding. We had the grouper, trout, and quail and it was all delicious. Would HIGHLY recommend Relish as a first choice for dinner!

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Reviewed 5 January 2018

Cozy restaurant with excellent service and delicious food. Our eyes were bigger than our stomachs, though. We started with the soup of the day which was over-the-top good. The "cup" serving was a big as a bowl! We each liked our entrees, which spanned from fish to game. We also enjoyed their featured wine, a red blend, Dragon's Tooth. Relish is definitely on our list for our next trip to Breckenridge.

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Thank drroseanne
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Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

Had a great night at Relish. We had the escargot, the steak, the grouper and the scallops. Everything was excellent. This week we ate at Hearthstone and 4 other top restaurants in Breck. This was the very best!

Thank TravelMasterGreg
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

On Saturday night, 12/30/17, my two daughters, their husbands, and I enjoyed an outstanding dinner at Relish. Our table by the window gave us a great view of the inviting, upper patio and the Christmas lit trees. While settling in, we noticed that the restaurant had a fairly excited background noise, that was energetic, but not so loud we couldn't talk across the table. Our server, Jay, soon arrived to answer our questions about the menu. He was most helpful with respect to the evening's chef's special and when asked about his favorite dishes. The soup, grilled elk medallion & foie gras bratwurst, and mushroom appetizers we ordered were delicious starters, and, we hoped, indicators of good things to come. We were not disappointed. After consulting with Jay, we ordered the Hawaiian swordfish special, the Japanese scallops, and the quail entree. They were all fresh, artfully presented, and delicious. The seafood entrees were cooked just right and the presentation was appealing, without being so fussy that you couldn't figure out where to start eating. Jay was an informative, attentive server who paced our meal just right, without hovering. This was clearly not his first rodeo. The wine list was extensive without being overwhelming. Our Sancerre was excellent. We finished up with a shared Baked Alaska, that was a little tricky to eat but well worth it. Out of our group, we have dined in many countries and consider ourselves well traveled foodies. We would all recommend Relish as a must visit restaurant in Breckenridge.

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Thank Steve C
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed our dinner at Relish but don’t agree with the hype on Trip Advisor. The menu is interesting and puts a local twist to the dishes.

We started off with the Mushroom Napoleon and the Elk Medallion and fois gras bratwurst. The fois gras bratwurst was fantastic but the elk was nothing special. The Napoleon had too much goat cheese and not enough mushrooms.

For my main, I had the Quail which was excellent; perfectly cooked with an interesting twist on rice.

Our waiter recommended the 2013 Robert Craig Cabernet Sauvignon. The bottle was a 2014. When I raised this with the waiter, he inquired with the Manager who said the price would be the same. Disappointing as the price online for a 2013 is higher than a 2014. The price should have been adjusted downward.

Thank Hubert J
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