Restaurants in Vail

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From slopeside comfort food to decadent steaks and international fare, restaurants in Vail cater to all needs and desires. The town is packed with ev... Read More

From slopeside comfort food to decadent steaks and international fare, restaurants in Vail cater to all needs and desires. The town is packed with everything from casual tacos to French haute cuisine, so you’ll never run out of places to eat. The outdoor grill at the Broken Arrow is perfect for a quick lunch before heading back to the snow. Los Amigos at Vail Village is the best place to wind down after the runs have closed. Elway’s serves prime steaks and has an extensive list of 350 wines—perfect for any occasion or indulgence. And Sweet Basil is a mountain favorite that offers local fare like a heritage-breed pork chop. 

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  • Crespelle Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Crespelle
    Crespelle

    Crêpes are the focus at this casual dining spot, which offers both sweet and savory fillings, as well as fresh juices and a full bar menu. It opened as... Read More

  • Game Creek Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Vail Resorts
    Game Creek Restaurant

    It operates as a private club by day, but reservations are available to the public for dinner at this tiny chalet in the middle of the Game Creek bowl.... Read More

  • Harvest by Kelly Liken Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Harvest by Kelly Liken
    Harvest by Kelly Liken

    James Beard Award nominee and Top Chef alum Kelly Liken earned a following with her namesake restaurant in Vail. Now, she returns to Eagle County’s... Read More

  • Les Delices de France Deli Restaurant in Vail

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    Les Delices de France

    Call Daniele, the proprietor of this little French deli, and request a picnic basket filled with goods for an on-mountain feast. She'll send you out... Read More

  • Moe's Original BBQ Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Moe's Original BBQ
    Moe's Original BBQ

    Vail's small contingency of Texans have put their stamp of approval on this barbecue spot in Lionshead, even if the meats are dressed up in a tangy,... Read More

  • Mountain Standard Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Mountain Standard
    Mountain Standard

    Ask any in-the-know local where the best place to eat in town is, and you'll be directed to Mountain Standard. This spin-off of Vail’s white-tablecloth... Read More

  • Osaki Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Osaki
    Osaki

    Local chefs try to keep it their secret that this is the best place in Vail for fresh sushi—the restaurant gets deliveries straight from Tsukiji fish... Read More

  • Sweet Basil Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Sweet Basil
    Sweet Basil

    A mountain favorite for decades, this white-tablecloth spot manages to keep things fresh and interesting at every visit. The wine list offers hard-to... Read More

  • The Little Diner Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of The Little Diner
    The Little Diner

    This homey spot is a classic for breakfast in Lionshead—especially if you're a fan of pannekoeken, those crêpe-like, oversize Dutch pancakes. Read More

  • The Tenth Restaurant in Vail Courtesy of Ric Stovall/Vail Resorts
    The Tenth

    Don't go anywhere else for your on-mountain lunch: this restaurant welcomes you by asking you to step out of your ski boots and into plush slippers,... Read More

  • Yeti's Grind Coffee Shop in Vail Courtesy of Yeti's Grind
    Yeti's Grind

    The baristas at this coffeehouse promise “small-town comfort in a cup,” with fun specialty lattes like the Lone Star, with chocolate, cayenne, and... Read More

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