5 New Businesses to Check Out in Summit

By Samantha Blair | Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Summit County is constantly growing to offer new, fresh and exciting experiences for locals and visitors. Check out these new businesses in the county to stay up to date with the latest and greatest Summit shops.

Gravity Haus Breckenridge

605 S. Park Avenue, Breckenridge
(970) 453-5125

Gravity Haus Breckenridge is located at the base of Peak 9 and it calls itself "the social haus for the modern adventurer." The newly renovated ski-in/ski-out boutique accommodation, with 60 rooms, a fitness center, coworking space, a bar and coffee shop, is tech-forward with diverse sleeping spaces to please any traveler. It's opening in December.

Photo: Gravity Haus Facebook

Groovy Moose

302-B S. Main Street, Breckenridge

Everything at Groovy Moose is designed by the local owner, Ashlie Weisel. The one-of-a-kind shop features souvenirs, housewares, accessories and decor items. There are also project boxes with art supplies so customers can tap into their own creative power.

Photo: Frosted Flamingo, Facebook

The Frosted Flamingo

(617) 519-8534

The Frosted Flamingo is a mobile art studio that provides materials and instruction for high-quality crafts for private events or to be delivered to your doorstep.

Summit Arts and Crafts Headquarters

421 Rainbow Drive, Unit C, Silverthorne
(970) 393-7428

The Arts and Crafts Headquarters is the county’s only craft supply store. Whether you need drawing, painting, needlecraft, fabric or sewing supplies, or the perfect color of yarn, this shop has everything and more for your crafting needs. They also have events, like paint alongs and knitting classes.

Breckenridge Pour House

206 N. Main Street, Breckenridge
(970) 423-5100

The Breck Pour House is a great new spot to taste “elevated pub food” and enjoy Breckenridge’s only self-pour beer wall with up to 64 varieties of beer on tap.

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Photo: Outer Range Brewing Co. Facebook

Outer Range Brewing CO. 

182 Lusher Court, Unit #2, Frisco
(970) 455-8709

Outer Range Brewing Co. has been around for awhile, wowing customers with their top-notch brews and Colorado vibes. The spot is so popular that the brewery will be expanding into the adjacent building to more than triple its size. The space will also host a Thai fried chicken food vendor called Bird Craft and a local small-batch roaster coffee shop, Mountain Dweller. Outer Range is looking to have the renovation and construction finished as early as February.  

Gold Mine Thrift

130 Main Street, Units 1 & 4, Dillon
(970) 485-5588

Gold Mine Thrift is under new ownership and is even more full of treasures to be discovered. Participate in the green movement by reusing and recycling formerly owned quality items. From jewelry to clothing, furniture, antiques and more, you can thrift your heart out.

See you in Summit!

About the Author Samantha Blair
Born and raised in Breckenridge, Samantha Blair has returned to live in Summit County as a writer and ski instructor. She has written for publications, companies and organizations from Santiago, Chile, to Rhode Island. When she is not traveling abroad or visiting family on the East Coast, Samantha is enjoying all of the skiing, hiking and adventures in Summit County and around Colorado.