Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House, located just East of Ball Arena’s Box Office, gives Guests the opportunity to enjoy quality food in a mountain lodge setting. Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House is open for most major events at Ball Arena.
For reservations, please call 303.405.6090 or reserve online HERE.
Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made up to 120 days in advance. We accept reservations of parties of 6 or less. Reservations are accepted up to 4 and 1/2 hours prior to the start of an event (subject to availability).
The menu of Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House is influenced by the Executive Chef’s passion for locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. His innovating menu focuses on bringing our guests the freshest and highest quality menu. Offering something for everyone, Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House menu includes house made soups & salads, small plates & appetizers, sandwiches, and hearty entrees. From our culinary team to our serving staff, we have earned a reputation for passionate and genuine hospitality that will make your dining experience at Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House memorable.
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Conveniently located in LoDo, Ball Arena's Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House is inspired by the Q Creek Ranch in Wyoming, capturing the unparalleled beauty found only in the Rocky Mountains.
Q Creek Ranch is a historic working cattle ranch three and a half hours north of Denver where herds of buffalo, elk, and antelope roam free on over a half million acres of mountains, grasslands, and freshwater lakes. The Q Creek Ranch displays the unparalleled beauty found only in the Rocky Mountains of open blue sky as far as the eye can see. Breckenridge Brewery Mountain House evokes the comfortable, warm feel of an authentic 100 year old lodge and reflects a love of all things Western.
As the restaurant developed, authenticity was our guide. The ceilings are built from reclaimed snow fencing from the plains of Wyoming. The walls and support beams are constructed of fallen timber salvaged from the devastating Yellowstone National Park fires. The extensive stonework, including the two grand fireplaces, was mined from a Colorado quarry and hand-stacked as it was 100 years ago. The floor planking was rescued from turn-of-the-century barns. Rustic iron and antler chandeliers light the historic paintings, hand-picked antiques and original artifacts.