The Warming Hut Celebrates One Year Anniversary!
Celebrating one year in business with over 300 patrons, friends and supporters of the Warming Hut made the end of ski season one amazing day! Live music from OAKHURST, Crawfish Boil and huge turn out made the day perfect! Thanks to our beautiful town of Breckenridge - locals and visitors alike! We look forward to serving you for many more years to come!
Love Stacey & The Warming Hut Staff
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News Update: MUD SEASON WARMING HUT
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Supper Club - this time we travel to Morocco and Northern Africa Sunday, April 21st 7pm
four courses, four wines $55.00 per person
Reservations may be made through our website at: www.thewarminghutrestaurant.com or through www.opentable.com
Menus, Updates and News are always on our website
Call us at 970-389-3104 or stop by to chat with Stacey or Allison about having your holiday party or get together at the Warming Hut
Thanks and we look forward to seeing you for a great winter season!!!
Stacey Brooks Connolly, Owner
Welcome to “The Warming Hut Restaurant” where our aim and pleasure is to serve you local, seasonal Colorado comfort food in a warm and cozy atmosphere. We strive to source, whenever possible, all the best Colorado produce, poultry, bison, beef, lamb, dairy, other farm specialties, micro-brews, wine and liquor. Our quaint mountain town of Breckenridge, along with our gorgeous State of Colorado, has so much to offer and we want nothing more than to share that with our local community and visitors alike.
We are proud of our beautiful restaurant which is located in one of the most important historical buildings in all of Breckenridge,” The O.K. Gaymon House”, at 207 North Main Street. We have enlarged the original property and the building has not only been totally renovated but also turned into restaurant use by both the restaurant owner, Stacey Brooks Connolly, and the building owner, Peter Joyce of Rockridge Building Company.
The O.K. Gaymon House, built in 1898, was the home of Oren K. and Augusta “Gussie” K. Childress Gaymon. Oren was the founder of Dillon’s Enterprise, the first newspaper in Dillon, Colorado and he was also the third editor and publisher of the Summit County Journal. O.K., one of the county’s first newspapermen, brought his printing presses over Boreas Pass and down Indiana Gulch with sled and wagon. Throughout the years the home has been a private residence and several offices. Just recently the home was renovated and turned into one of Breckenridge’s newest and best restaurants, “The Warming Hut Restaurant”. The O.K. Gaymon House has retained it’s historical register and will continue to delight both locals and visitors for many years to come.