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A progressive restaurant built on the reputation and talent of Chef/Owner Scott Boshaw. "Never rest on your laurels," are words Scott lives by and this is evident in his globally-influenced menu and the contemporary styling of this historical Victorian home. We invite you for après-ski at the bar, a casual dinner with friends, or a romantic evening. Put a spark in your night. Let us warm your soul.
Breckenridge, CO 80424
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: 5:00pm - Close.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ember offers take-away catering as well as fully-staffed off-site catering services. We can accommodate any need, for parties of any size.
3-hour parking available on Main Street and Ridge Street from 8am-8pm. Many hotels and lodges offer complimentary shuttle service, inquire with your concierge.
Private Party Facilities:
Ember is the perfect setting for private parties, wedding receptions, birthdays, and business gatherings. Chef Scott can design a personalized menu for your occasion no matter your budget.
Private Party Contact:
Max Everhart: (970) 547-9595
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ember Ratings and Reviews
Very eclectic menu, all dishes had multi-layers of complexity. We tried the Elk, Scallops and Pork Chop as well as the Appetizers of Lobster Rangoon and Waygu Beef. The Elk was a little tough to cut and eat but the flavor was outstanding. Everything was very delicious and lots of flavor profiles.
The place itself is cute with the burning torches outside. The food was not great. I ordered the pork loin and it was served with some kind of sauce on the side. The pork tasted bland and the sauce tasted like nothing I would pair pork with. My hubs had the same issue with his scallops.
Great restaurant. Building is beautifully decorated in a way that enhances the food experience. Staff are great at letting you relax and taking care of everything for you. Food was excellent with good portion sizes. Chef is very creative. We wanted to share our comments with him and he was super engaging. All in all, a complete package. We were euphoric at the experience.
The ambience and the service was excellent - the lobster rangoon presentation was pretty, but the lobster portions did not taste fresh, but rather canned, The Elk portion was not a filet, but a tapered end which was a touch over which made the elk tough - the quail was excellent .
Celebrated our 1st anniversary and what a treat, from the start we were brought to our own table for 2 in an alcove-type area and warm lighting. Our excellent waiter knew exactly what our meals were down to every detail, and they were delicious. I ordered striped bass and my wife got the quail. The mixed drinks were tasty and of good proportions, too. Plenty of water refills from various floor staff with friendly attitudes that made the experience more complete. We had a memorable time and would revisit the Ember for another special occasion.
The menu is limited, but that is fine, because it is still hard to choose among the unique offerings. Each of the dishes we had was outstanding and the service was perfect -- attentive but not intruding. The setting is also very nice. The noise level is a low din, so easy to hear our conversation among the four of us, but noisy enough to feel like we could talk without being overheard.
We stumbled into Ember, having made last-minute reservations on a Saturday night. The space is really great; an oldish-house with several small dining rooms that make the restaurant feel smaller than it is.
The cocktail menu is very impressive; they have a special section of classics that were all very well-made.
The food menu itself, kind of punches you in the face with its randomness. We had a particularly good server who described the chef-owner's approach to combining flavors that would not seem to come naturally. That's putting it mildly!
Much to our surprise, the flavors themselves went surprisingly well together, and although we had some difficult proteins to cook, everyone was very pleased with the technique and temperature of our entrees.
Would definitely recommend!
We had a lot of fun at Ember! Our server (fellow Hoosier) was fantastic! He was personable, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable about the food and drinks! Some of our party even went back after the meal to meet the chef! We shared a desert themed after he chefs trip to Universal Studies and Harry Potter World. It was delicious!
We have eaten in “the finest” all over the world and Ember is a real find. The decor is contemporary & creative, the service (ask for Steve) is informed, very helpful & friendly but not intrusive. I had the Snow Peak Mt cocktail & had to refrain (as I was driving) from not having another - it was unique & delicious. And I haven’t even gotten to the Pad Thai salad which is a diverse mix w a marvelous curry dressing. Both the pork loin & the Wagu beef entrees were perfectly done, beautifully presented and down right yummy. We did save room for dessert - the chocolate taco is both amazing to look at and amazing to eat - one of those times you are tempted to lick the plate :)
We went to Embers on New Years Day on the last day of a Breck Ski trip. It was a perfect farewell dinner to a great town. The food was wonderful and unique and our group of 6 sampled each others varied entrees. Our waiter Jack was welcoming and made us feel like we were part of an engaging dining experience. Will come back on our next trip!
Fantastic service by Ian, who was extremely knowledgeable and understanding, as one of our group had a few allergies. He offered alternative options for some of the dishes and ultimately made sure that we all had great meals and an excellent evening overall. Highly recommended!
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