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A culinary delight with an incredible view, this three course dinner features seafood, steaks, game, and the best views in the valley. Appetizers and cocktails are also available to let you enjoy the finest dining.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Contemporary American, Steak, Fish
Hours of Operation:
Most Thursdays - Saturdays: 5:45pm - 8:15pm With additional nights during the holidays.
Winter Lunch served daily.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
This fine dining restaurant can be transformed into a more intimate affair. Your guests will discover the wonderful views of the Yampa Valley with windows from floor to ceiling. Enjoy one of the many dinner choices from our World Class Chefs. Hazie's caters to groups of up to 60 people, and has additional banquet space for up to 200.
Summer Lunch and Dinner: Free parking in the structure lot and the Knoll lot.
Winter Lunch: Parking in the structure lot is $25. Free parking is available from the Meadow's Shuttle Lot.
Winter Dinner: Parking in the structure lot is $7 or take the free city bus to the transportation center. Your reservation time is your gondola load time.
Free city buses and hotel shuttles stop at the Transportation Center. Walk through gondola square and check-in with a reservation agent at the gondola.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hazie's Ratings and Reviews
I was very disappointed in the food and ambiance with the change in venue for the Brunch. The food was just average and the room itself was crowded compared to the previous time we had brunch at this location. Although I recommended this to family from my previous visit, I can not give the same recommendation now. Coat is excessive for the value received
The setting is spectacular and the wine list is reasonable (albeit over priced). From there, things went down hill. Three of us ordered the same entree and all three came out cooked and finished entirely different. Overall the food was marginal and the service was friendly, courteous, but slow.
We went here for our anniversary dinner. I had read the reviews about the food, but it was our first trip to Steamboat and I wanted the view and the experience of the gondola. We should have just gone up during the day and skipped the dinner. We arrived for our reservation and breezed right onto the gondola, the ride up was a lot of fun. Got seated quickly, and from there it was downhill. My wife ordered the scallops with a Caesar salad and I got the elk loin with the wedge salad. Both salads were served in a deconstructed fashion, and both had weird quirks. The Caesar came with fried anchovies that were overly fishy, and a Parmesan cheese roll up that was over done. My wedge was done with Bibb lettuce, which I've never seen before. However the pecans and bacon in the salad were great. Next was the appetizer we ordered extra of calamari. The calamari pieces were small and tough, definitely not as good as the calamari we'd had the previous night at Mazzolas which was a much bigger portion for about $5 less. Our entrees arrived next, and I will say that my elk was good. The rest of the accompaniments were not good at all. The risotto cake was undercooked and the pears and carrots I just didn't enjoy. My wife got the scallops and I thought they were ok. Good flavor, but not enough of a crust on them. The rest of her plate was lackluster as well. For dessert I chose the chocolate cake and my wife got the creme brûlée. Both desserts were actually good, the highlight of the meal. Our waiter was just ok as well. He seemed nervous and was slow to keep up with the refills on my tea. We paid three times as much for this meal as any other meal we had in Steamboat and it was by far the worst food we had while there as well. Very disappointed with this meal and will not be back.
We save hazies for special occasions. The ride up the gondola is always scenic, but there's something especially pleasing about taking the ride just to have Sunday brunch. Hazies brunch is once again held inside the hazies restaurant (as opposed to the big cafeteria upstairs with outdoor seating). This does eliminate the option for outdoor seating, but the ambience of the restaurant is so much nicer. Manager Sarah Nance made sure we were welcomed and well cared for. We will be back for future special occasions.
Have been dining here for years but unfortunately, I'm no longer going to waste my money. This was just the last hope that my previous experiences would have been different. The service was slow and the food was brought home for the dog to enjoy. Last straw was the coffee. Come to the table stone cold. 2 mins later - hot coffee. Did not think you could make coffee in two minutes. Thinking it was just put in the microwave. My husband who never sends anything back did for the first time in our 25 year marriage. Too bad we were celebrating our daughter's 16th birthday by not enjoying our meals.
Food was good but not great. My entree was undercooked but, more important, both of ours were delivered at room temperature. The biggest issue was time - we were seated at 7:15, drinks were delivered about 20 minutes later, soup/ salad arrived at 8:15, entrees did not arrive until just before 9:00--fully 30 minutes after our first course was done. My wife and kids ate very quickly and then left to catch the last 9:30 gondola to Trailhead while I stuck around to bring dessert home, which arrived at 9:25. It then took 20 minutes to pay and I was headed down the gondola, alone, at 9:45. A three course meal should not take 2.5 hours when the bulk of that time is spent waiting for tepid food. The waitress was apologetic but a $250 meal for two adults and two kids shouldn't be this flawed.
We had a wonderful experience during the gondola ride, dining, atmospheric scenery. However, finding the location to get on the gondola was tricky. I think it is taken for granted that the dining customer is familiar with the location. We were not skiers. We were only dining customers and not from the area. There was just a hand written sign to signify where to catch the gondola to Hazie's. We had to overlook the loud noise of patrons as well, but overall it was an experience to recommend.
My family skis Steamboat every year. And every year I book a Hazie’s reservation every day for lunch. This year after the first three days, I cancelled the remaining three reservations and lunched at Stoker's instead. In years past, when we needed a change from the menu, we were able to choose the soup/salad bar as a change, but last week the soup/salad bar was closed. This was rather disappointing. I did enjoy the beet salad, soup of the day, Hamachi Crudo, and the duck wings were also consistently good. The Caesar salad was small considering the price tag and the Mac and Cheese had too strong of a fish taste from the caviar (and I like caviar). Overall disappointing from what we have experienced in the past. The service was consistently outstanding. I hope that next year the food will return to the greatness it once was and that we spend all of our lunches dining at Hazie's once again.
It was good but not what I would have chosen for two families. Only option is a three course meal for adults and kids is optional entree or three course meal. I and my friends couldn't tell
That by the menu or looking online or else we wouldn't have made reservations. It ended up a very expensive dinner for our first dining experience in Steamboat.
This was absolutely one of the best meals I have ever had! We started with cocktails at the bar that were all wonderful. Then when we were seated we began the meal with two appetizers before the set three courses. Both the squash and calamari are must haves! They were incredible! After that all four of us had the chefs creation of a salad that was Thai inspired, everyone of us absolutely loved it! For our entrees one had the beef tenderloin, which I have had at hazies before it is to die for, and two had the elk which they said was perfectly cooked and very tasty. I had the duck and let me just say, if you find yourself in here for dinner, GET THE DUCK!! It was delicious. Onto dessert, the destructed cheesecake is so good you must try it. I mean there's politics in it!! When you leave instead of the usual after dinner mint they give you house made cotton candy, which I think is a nice touch. Overall I would say, if you are looking to have a nice dinner that will please everyone of your taste buds in every course, book your reservation for Hazies now.
We've been coming up skiing every year for the past 25 years, Ragnars was our lunch spot until we learned the Chef had moved to Hazie's. We could definitely see the difference and now we eat lunch, every day that we ski, at Hazie's. We love the consistency in service, ambience and the food. We especially love the creativity of the chef!
We went there for Valentine's dinner ( married for 40 years) and it was a very good choice.The food was very good ( not superlative) but very good.Everybody made a real effort to make this evening enjoyable for the guests and looking over the Yampa valley and Steamboat at night adds a special ambience.The gondola ride, especially, the ride down adds a little fun excitement and makes the evening memorable.Perhaps something different than just going to one of the usual Steamboat restaurants.Overall something I recommend as a once and while experience.
300-400$ includes the gondola ride/2 people
All the ingredients of a good restaurant, but poor execution on most fronts. Totally overpriced for what you get in the end. The service and staff were very polite, but that's where the good ends. Having now been, I have no desire to ever revisit this establishment & would urge others to go to one of the many other fine eateries in town - this one is not worth your time or money.
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