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Best Steakhouses in Ski Country

Before they became ski meccas, most of the mountainous resorts you visit in the winter were ranch towns where hearty pioneers raised beef cattle. Most of the pastures have given way to multi-million dollar trophy homes, but the tradition of a damn good steak persists.
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