Finding the right place to dine with your group
Group Dining in Steamboat
Dining with a large group can be a stressful ordeal, especially when considering your group size, budget, diet varieties, and if you are celebrating a special occasion. Finding the right place to dine with your group can take a lot of planning, especially if you are visiting from another town. Here are a few of our top picks for dining with large groups.
Steamboat Springs Dining Guide
If you are hosting a private formal event...
Aurum is a new American style restaurant nestled on the banks of the Yampa River in Steamboat. The restaurant is well-known for their upscale dining and expertly prepared cocktails. Aurum has a private dining room that can seat up to 38 guests and an opportunity to rent out the entire restaurant. They specialize in group dining for special events, like weddings, and have a private event coordinator that can help organize menus for the event.
If you have a group of 15 or more....
Ore House at the Pine Grove is a steakhouse that offers a variety of dining options for groups of 15 to groups of 120 people in several different private dining rooms. They make dining with a large group easy by offering the services of a private dining manager to help organize group dining for groups ranging from a ski club to a wedding reception.
If you are looking for a budget-friendly option…
Moe’s Original BBQ offers an easy solution to groups who don’t necessarily need to dine in a restaurant or require a full catering service. Moe’s has a range of options for groups from ordering menu items in large portions serving 3-6 people to take home all the way to full catering service. Moe’s Original BBQ specializes in Southern comfort foods and menu items include ribs, pulled pork, cornbread, potato salad, and banana pudding.
Tips for dining with large groups
Wherever you decide to dine with your group, there are a few things to remember. Here are our final tips that will apply to dining in any restaurant in Steamboat Springs.
- Plan ahead. Make sure that you call the restaurant well in advance to make arrangements for your group. Depending on group size and the time of year you wish to dine, this could mean contacting the restaurant months in advance.
- Be prepared. Get your group organized to make dining easy for both the restaurant and your group. This might mean having everyone look at the menu prior to arriving, having a designated person to pay the check rather than multiple checks, and being ready to order at the same time as a group.