Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week returning for fourth year, Sept. 30-Oct. 9
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What: Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week.
When: Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 9.
Where: Participating restaurants and lodging properties.
Cost: Specials available for $20.16.
More information: View the list of participating restaurants and lodging properties and their offered specials at http://www.diningataltitude.com.
VAIL — Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week is back for the fourth year, engaging local residents and visitors the week of Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 9, with participating restaurants serving creative dishes at a price point of $20.16, plus lodging specials and fall views of the Vail Valley.
“Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week has significantly enhanced the late summer/early fall in the Vail Valley,” said Matt Morgan, managing partner of Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard. “Taking place over a time of year that typically has gorgeous autumn colors and weather combined with smaller crowds, it’s a great opportunity for our guests as well as the entire Vail community to come out and enjoy the terrific restaurants that our valley has to offer. And, of course, all without breaking the bank.”
What began as Vail Restaurant Month evolved in 2013 to include both Vail and Beaver Creek resort-area restaurants. The 2016 event will feature unique prix fixe menus and specials with options ranging from steak and salmon entrees to wines for $20.16 a bottle.
Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week sponsors include the town of Vail, Beaver Creek Resort Co., Vail Resorts, the Vail Valley Foundation and the Vail Valley Partnership.
For more information on Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week or to view the list of participants and their offered specials, visit http://www.diningataltitude.com. For additional updates and announcements as the event approaches, follow Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week on Facebook, Twitter (@diningaltitude) and Instagram (#diningataltitude).
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More base areas open means more space for guests to disperse upon, even if those base area openings don’t translate into more actual terrain openings.