Boatyard Pizzeria and Grill is located in the center of historic Frisco, Colorado. This sleepy little town is growing quickly seemingly trying to catch up with it's better known neighbors like Breckinridge and Vail but still retaining it's small local charm. My family spent a day on the slopes at Copper and we were hungry. Dealing with grumpy preteens tired and dehydrated is always challenging, but for us adults the cliche' bar burger and pizza gets old real quick. Boatyard has these expected staples of course, but in addition to a much more extensive and well thought out menu infused with the flavors of Baja. We started with the red chili deviled eggs- spicy, rich - yum! The beer selections were vast, heavily weighted on the local brews and front range beers. They brought out fresh scorching hot slabs of focaccia bread oiled and seasoned to munch on. Kids demanded the pizza which had an amazingly rich tomatoey sauce and expected fresh toppings. Come on we have all eaten good pizza, but this was really good, a step above, and I was not even hungry at this point. We shared an order of the Wahoo soft tacos. The cubed fish was seasoned and broiled to crispy outer perfection, but soft, flakey juicy inside. The roasted poblano, tomatillo salsa that accompanied these tacos was "literally" the best I have ever tasted. Made me wish that I would of ordered the roasted poblano corn chowder soup du jour. The other details of our taco plate like the token rice :roasted chili, mango cilantro rice seemed to emanate this restaurants approach and attention to even the smallest of details. They were proud of their food and this was reflected in the prices. Our server Tim was well versed in the intricacies of the menu and the numerous mouth watering specials. Check this place out!
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