Top 10 Restaurants in Vail and Beaver Creek

The top 10 restaurants in Vail and Beaver Creek give a wide variety of choices when dining out in Vail and nearby. These restaurants range from budget-conscious ones to highscale expensive ones, but all are a delight when deciding where to eat in Vail and Beaver Creek.

Bragging of having the best breakfast in Vail restaurants is the WESTSIDE CAFE AND MARKET. Unusual offerings include Crab Cake Benedict, Captain Crunch French Toast, a local wheat beer, and a Bakon Bloody Mary with a piece of bacon floating in the bacon-infused vodka!

At PAZZO’S PIZZERIA you might be able to sit in front of the pizza oven and watch them prepare pizzas and calzones. The ravioli and lasagna are also delicious.

MOE’S ORIGINAL BBQ features pulled pork and smoked chicken sandwiches with sides such as fried green tomatoes, pork chili, and topped off with banana pudding.

The TAP ROOM AT BRIDGE STREET boasts of having the best wings and best burger among Vail restaurants. Their House Salad is unusual with the addition of cheese, pears, nuts, and more.

Dining out in Vail can include TERRA BISTRO with its French-American-healthy organic food. Specialites are scallops with pork belly, Amish beef tenderloin, sweet potato ravioli, chopped apple and avocado salad, and raspberry mousse or chocolate volcano for dessert.

Where to eat in Vail for an upscale lively setting is SWEET BASIL with its duck pot pie, lamb sliders, fresh fish, and Sticky Toffee for dessert.

LOADED JOE’S in Beaver Creek is the choice of the locals as the best coffee bar, breakfast, and lunch place.
Included is a great cappuccino, specialty smoothies, breakfast burritos, sandwiches, sweet goods, and an atmosphere to enjoy games, pool, and conversation.

The FLYING PIG SANDIWCH SHOP is known for delicious sandwiches, soups better than homemade, salads, and being easy on the wallet.

VIN 48 has reasonable prices and an upscale ambiance. Unusual dishes include lamb in pasta, tender pork cheeks, lamb leg ragu, duck sliders, and pecan smoked beef tenderloin.

For the epitome in dining in Beaver Creek, go to the SPLENDIDO AT THE CHATEAU on the top of a mountain and feast on the lobster special, rack of lamb, the Baked Alaska, all while listening to an outstanding piano player.

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