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About Truffle Pig
You won’t find a more convenient place to apres or dine after a day on the slopes than Truffle Pig, which is located at the base of the ski area, adjacent to One Steamboat Place and the gondola.
Featuring casual American Alpine Cuisine crafted from the freshest ingredients, Truffle Pig offers the most indulgent Apres Ski scenes around, including an inviting atmosphere, live entertainment, compelling drink specials and mouth-watering menu items.
As the evening approaches, settle in for an experience that fits your personal desire. A quiet romantic dinner or a festive meal with family and friends, all prepared by a talented culinary team.
Contact Truffle Pig about inquiries for parties and events at this ideal venue
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Hours of Operation:
Truffle Pig is open seasonally:
SUMMER: Mid June through September
--Happy Hour 4pm - 6pm
--Dinner 5pm - 9pm
--WED - SUN ONLY
WINTER: Day after Thanksgiving through mid April
--Apres Ski 2pm - 5pm
--Lunch 11:30am - 2pm [mid December - end of March]
--Dinner 5pm... Nightly
At One Steamboat Place
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music on the outdoor Patio...
Wednesday and Friday 4:30pm - 6:30pm [Summer Only]
Truffle Pig offers exclusive off-site catering. Contact us for more details
Free valet parking available through One Steamboat Place.
On the free bus route. Located at the gondola square bus terminal.
Private Party Facilities:
Private parties welcome
Private Party Contact:
Scott Engelman: (970) 879-7470
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Truffle Pig Ratings and Reviews
We enjoyed our entire experience! The entire staff was friendly and attentive, very prompt, and paid wonderful attention to every detail. Everything was delicious; from the creative cocktails, incredible whiskey (aged in barrels designed specifically for Truffle Pig), perfectly portioned and gorgeous courses, with a grand finale of chocolate decadence! My husband and I will certainly be back soon and we'll be raving out about experience for a long time.
On this occasion at the Truffle Pig we were party of 6. The evening was mostly a very good experience. The food taste & preparation were quite good. The one downside to the evening was that when our food was served one of the meals was not what was ordered. This was due to some confusion between the waiter and the cook. The management quickly took responsibility for the mix up and "comped" us for their mistake.
The most wonderful memory about this place is the superlative service by all the staff. In particular, our bartender, waiter, and bus-person were very friendly and catered to our every need. It was a lovely evening outside with friends. The menu was unique and everything tasted delicious.
Very upscale experience with great view. Wine list was extensive, though by the glass pours were thin. Recommend getting a bottle. Food was well prepared. Small plates were small--you'll need several for sharing. We had the charcuterie plate which didn't have bread or crackers--a first in our experience. Very pricey.
Nice setting. Food was very good, though overpriced for the quality. Service was not impressive. My empty drink was taken without asking if I'd like another. Bread plates were stacked with one in the middle being filthy and no one inquired about it. Didn't take it away for 1/2 hour. I'd go back for location, maybe, but I'd hesitate.
I made a reservation and was sat in a back corner behind the service station when the restaurant was completely empty. I asked to be moved closer to a window so we could enjoy some ambiance and the view; and while our request was accommodated, the waitress wasn't very gracious about it. The food came out promptly, and service was ok overall. The burrata and tomato appetizer was delicious, and our entrees were decent, but not wonderful. Come to the truffle pig for the views if you can sit outside. There is better food to be had at comparably priced restaurants in town, but it's not typically as crowded on busy holiday weekends, which is nice, the view is great if you can sit outside, and you can valet for free at One Steamboat place, which is awesome.
Overall great food & service even with this being opening day of the summer season.
My only knock..and it's a huge negative in my book, is the requirement to ask for each discount in order to receive it. The waiter knew we were locals, and I asked to "roll the pigs" for the wine discount. When the check came, he didn't take off for the entree discount because I didn't specify that one as well. An added step & waist of both of our times to correct. No comment if his tip was adjusted for my irritation.
Poor policy & not appreciated.
Great bar and cocktails. Food was good but pricy. Service was OK but some staff would benefit from extra training. I explained to the greeter that we were celebrating British mothers day but they did nothing special whereas other restaurants have produced a small cake and candle.
This is the best restaurant the the base of Steamboat IMO. Th pork chop was delicious but pricey. The kids loved the milk and cookies. We enjoyed it. The steak frites was really good, but not spectacular. We would go back, but it is a bit pricey.
Food was creative and generally worked pretty well. Lamb was excellent, but filet was a little bit dry. Pasta dishes were novel and delicious. Atmosphere has a great energy, wait staff was generally pretty good. Was a bit pricey for the level of cuisine, but great location by the mountain.
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