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You can't lock Belgium-born Master Chef Daniel Joly's creations into a specific style of cooking. Just expect imaginative preparations of classic dishes, artfully presented. His unique style of cooking and choice of wines have been acclaimed by many, including Bon Appétit and Wine Spectator. Have a drink before the fireplace in the bar, then move to one of the intimate dining rooms for your meal.
55 Village Road
Beaver Creek, CO 81620
You can order traditional sushi, but venture beyond into the New Age sushi menu. Crab with truffle yuzu aioli, Seared Kobe "surf & turf" with spicy scallops and Seared Elk with Maui onion marmalade are just a few of the choices. The menu also includes both cold and warm shared plates filled with a variety of Asian fusion fare.
Base of the lifts next to the Beaver Creek Chop House
Dusty Boot Steakhouse and Saloon
As the name implies, the Boot is a noisy, large saloon with an old-fashioned tin ceiling, big TVs and features wicked barbeque and steaks. Visiting Beaver Creek with friends? Check the "Buy a Friend" drink board to see if you name is on it.
In St. James Place
Blue Moon Pizza
Blue Moon Pizza serves subs, pasta and New York-style hand-tossed pizza on tables covered with red-checked tablecloths. Colorful kid-like drawings on the wall set the tone in this family-friendly restaurant. The kids menu includes Mac 'n Cheese and Chicken Fingers.
On the main plaza level in the Poste Montane Lodge
In the cafeteria at the mid-mountain Spruce Saddle restaurant you'll find chili, stews, pasta, wraps, salad bars and more all at separate counters. Views are excellent but the tables get packed mid-day.
A quieter, fast place for lunch is the Cafe in the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. Ski up and leave your equipment with the hotel's valet. Buy gourmet sandwiches made to order, a cappuccino and a pastry at the counter then find a quiet table nearby. http://beavercreek.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/entertainment/restaurants/index.jsp#1662
Breakfast in Avon
Join the locals in line at the Avon Bakery & Deli to order a breakfast burrito, or a bacon, egg and cheese bagel. Nothing fancy here, just a few tables in the back and stools at a small counter. The big draw: tasty breakfasts, and lunch sandwiches with delicious, imaginative fillings tucked into freshly baked artisan breads.
0025 Hurd Lane # 4
Avon, CO 81620
Breakfast in Beaver Creek Village
For an upscale buffet breakfast, loaded with fresh fruit and Birchermüesli to omelets made-to-order, head to 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill in the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek.
For a less-expensive option, choose the no-frills skier's McCoy's Cafeteria in the Village Hall. 970-949-1234.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/21/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 138
Days Open Last Year: 145
Years Open: 33
Average Snowfall: 323"
Pros: Staff is fantastic, rental/retail shops are friendly
Cons: None for me!
Pros: great groomers, less crowds, varied terrain
Cons: expensive, I-70, parking
Pros: steeps, terrain, out-of-bounds, customer service, food
Pros: Variety of terrain, employees, lift lines
Cons: Too much grooming, nightlife
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