Jim Shields awarded Foodservice Hall of Fame

He didn't get there quickly, but after 42 years of putting his livelihood on the Snake, it's finally carried Jim Shields into the Colorado Foodservice Hall of Fame.

Longtime owner of the Snake River Saloon and Steakhouse in Keystone with his wife Jane, Jim Shields accepted his place among some of Colorado's longest serving and most respected restaurateurs, chefs and foodservice workers on June 27 at the 2017 Industry Spotlight Awards. The banquet was hosted by the Colorado Restaurant Association and put on at the Hanger at Stanely Marketplace in the old Stapleton Airport. 

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