In order to truly enjoy the local flavor, you have to figure out where the locals eat. The best way to get this information is from the locals themselves. You can check with a shop, a person walking on the street or even your hotel. They will surely tell you where you can enjoy the best local food at reasonable prices. After all, no one wants to pay an arm and a leg for a meal!
No trip to Colorado is complete without the famous Elk Stew. After all you are in the Rocky Mountains and you should taste the local fare. The best place to try some delicious elk stew is the Half Moon Saloon, which is located in the West Vail Mall. This place is also a favorite of the locals and you can enjoy your stew while live entertainment goes on.
However, there are also other Vail restaurants that offer many other dining options right from Mexican to Italian, to French and American. Even wild game and fondue lovers will find a restaurant to satiate their hunger.
Vail is truly a melting pot of many cuisines and there is something available for everyone. Vail boasts of over 100 restaurants and eating options. The Vail Mountain, itself, has 18 mountain restaurants catering to different clientele. Whether you are looking for a four-star dining experience or a casual one, you will find a restaurant.
If you happen to visit Vail in early December, do not forget to check out some restaurants that offer fixed price dinners at just $30 per person. This is quite a bargain considering that a meal in Vail can cost twice as much. West Vail has the most fantastic sushi and Asian cuisine that one can eat. All you have to do is go to Nozawa. The best Sunday buffet in Vail is available at the Terra Bistro and you can laze around enjoying the sun after a hearty meal. If you looking for reasonably priced Italian food, then head off to Ti Amo at Eagle-Vail.
Two famous Vail restaurants are the La Tour Restaurant and Sweet Basil. La Tour offers contemporary French cuisine. It is located in Vail Village and well worth the trip. Also in the village is Sweet Basil specializing in creative American cuisine. Many locals also visit this restaurant. Sweet Basil offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and the best part is that the bar is open right through the day.
After eating in all the restaurants and having a tiring but fulfilling day on the slopes, you may not feel like eating out. However, you can try A La Car service which specializes in delivering carryouts from restaurants all over Vail. You will really value this service when you do not feel like budging out of your cozy room.
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