Looking for a Snowmass restaurant guide? Who can blame you. After all, world-class ski slopes can work up a world-class appetite. If this is your case, you’re in for a treat. Snowmass is known among the top vacation resorts as having some of the finest cuisine around. When it comes to satisfying every taste and hunger, Snowmass village is consistently rated number one in fine dining. To get you started, there are more than a hundred restaurants, on/off mountain, to choose from. Whether you hunger for American home-style cooking, tantalizing Sushi, simple bistro, wild game,
French, Italian, South of the Border or Mediterranean, you’ll be satisfied day after day, and never have to eat at the same place twice.

Restaurants off-mountain
This Snowmass restaurant guide recommends Krabloonik – a romantic dining featuring American and International menus, or Butch’s Lobster Bar – a family atmosphere specializing in seafood. The Stewpot is perfect for the family, and features economical American dishes. For those who crave authentic, oriental-style cooking, the Mountain Dragon is a favorite. Il Poggio is a local’s favorite with a delicious Italian menu.

Restaurants on-mountain
For the finest American dishes, your Snowmass restaurant guide suggests Brothers’ Grille, offering a variety of menus from bistro pizzas to rotisserie wild-game, in an alpine atmosphere with a crackling fire. A family-friendly atmosphere.

For a backwoods Snowmass dining experience, you’ll enjoy this rustic cabin tucked away among the aspens. Burlingame Cabin offers American menus as you enjoy a breathtaking view of Mountain Daly. Perfect for group picnics.

Choose from among a variety of French or American dishes at Café Suzanne, the perfect choice for convenient, cafeteria-style eating. Located in the Elk Camp area.

Your Snowmass restaurant guide would also like to suggest Cirque bar and grill – another favorite if your appetite simply calls for hardy choices from the grill. Features live music and drink specials, and spacious outdoor deck with a grill.

Gwyn’s High Alpine specializes in fresh foods, hearty soups and innovative menu items. Enjoy grilled game, followed by a mouth-watering desert in an inviting alpine atmosphere.

If you’re looking for a group picnic your Snowmass area restaurant guide recommends that you escape to a rustic mountain setting, where you’ll enjoy the panoramic views. Lynn Britt Cabin offers live music, plus Snowcat rides to and from the cabin. Great family outdoor fun.

Does all that adventure on the slopes send you south of the border for a satisfying meal? Two Creeks Mexican Café will satisfy the urge. Located at the base of Two Creeks lift.

Or, if you happen to be at the base of the Big Burn chairlift when hunger calls, you’ll have a wide selection of international and American entrees to choose from, from burgers to Thai shrimp.

Family can’t decide? Up 4 Pizza is a popular choice. Features outdoor decks and views that make for lifetime memories.