Many of Colorado’s much-loved ski towns are just as well-known for their deliciously diverse dining scenes as they are for their slopes. Whether you’re looking for a hearty meal to top off your Breckenridge vacation itinerary or a cozy dinner spot for a romantic date night without the kids, you can end your ski trip by visiting some of these local restaurants for skiers in Colorado:
La Creperie du Village – Aspen
A romantic, Provencal-style bistro located in Aspen's famous restaurant row, La Creperie du Village is known for its delicious fondue and raclette. You can take in the mountain town’s charming scenes too while you dine on the restaurant’s outside patio, lounges or Parisian-style sidewalk tables.
Black Diamond Bistro – Beaver Creek
Located in The Charter at Beaver Creek, Black Diamond Bistro selects only the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients for its New American dishes, which are adapted according to the changing seasons. A great restaurant for apres ski, the bistro also features local brews from some of Colorado’s top micro-breweries.
Downstairs at Eric’s – Breckenridge
Breckenridge’s best family sports bar and arcade, Downstairs at Eric’s offers just the right combination of food and fun. From pizza and wings to fresh salads, gluten-free options and kid-friendly meals, everyone in your crew will be happy. Plus, you’ll find 29 flat-screen HDTVs and 25 arcade games. For the adults, choose from 30 beers on tap and 50 beers by the bottle.
Il Poggio – Snowmass
No list of restaurants would be complete without a delicious Italian spot. Il Poggio is a cozy restaurant specializing in handmade, traditional and innovative Italian favorites. Locals rave about the sweet potato ravioli and veal and truffle gnocchi. Their sommelier has hand-selected wines from Italy and California to complement your meal.
Salt & Lime – Steamboat Springs
To spice things up, Salt & Lime features a progressive Mexican menu using regional ingredients. From Red Pepper Bacon Poppers to spicy Chilaquiles, you’ll find plenty of fresh flavors. Did we mention they have a full taco menu?
Vintage – Vail
A French brasserie-style restaurant famous for its Champagne Brunch, Vintage is a must. The menu ranges from fresh croissants, decadent French toasts and house-made granola to unique twists like Chicken & Pancakes and the Huckleberry Bacon.
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