Went with a extremely large group. Pick your portion by sight. Cook it the way you want it. Leave with left overs and happy.
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This is a terrific steak and seafood restaurant worth the money. I believe the beef is prime. We all had the small filets, salad bar and large baked potato.You can cook your own steaks on a large open grill. You also want to cook yourself...More
We were sceptical of eating at a steak house since we don't eat meat of any kind. But, the place is historic and we like to support independant locals, so we gave it a try. The people were all very friendly and professional. We were...More
I've gone here for years, kind of fell off the radar for me (not The Mint's fault) but just came back last week. Check the backpage of the paper for the special. I had a $10.99 bacon-wrapped sirloin with full salad bar. Cooked it myself,...More
picked this restaurant at random using our phone. We were hungry as we were traveling back from Vail and thought the description of the food looked interesting. FAntastic. Select your own cut of steak or shrimp from the case, grill it yourself on their large...More
The goodness of your experience is up to your ability. You will be cooking your own protein. The Mint is a rustic restaurant. The meat is Whole Food quality. They will cut approximately the numver of ounces you ask for. We like a thicker steak,...More
For something different you can go to the Mint and cook you own steak. This was a surprise to us. I thought we were going to get to pick out our steaks not cook them too. The meat cuts are better quality then you get...More
We drove to Silverthorne from Breckenridge specifically for this restaurant. In a snowstorm. We checked the internet AND the phone message before leaving, but got there and it was closed. Turns out they are closed every Monday in May, but no mention of that. Tried...More
What a nice, charming and relaxing place. Service was excellent, staff was very friendly and efficient. Food was so very good. Won't miss this place next time I find myself in that part of the state.