Restaurants to visit this weekend in the Vail Valley
Looking for some good eats to celebrate the weekend? We’ve got you covered, top to bottom, breakfast to dessert.
The Little Diner
616 West Lionshead Circle, Vail
A small breakfast and lunch nook located in Lionshead Village, it has an enormous breakfast menu ranging from crepes to omelets to Mexican-inspired dishes. Belly on up to the modernized 1950s-style bar and get yourself a big plate of stick-to-your-ribs breakfast and a cup o’ joe from The Little Diner.
126 Riverfront Lane, Avon
With traditional pub fare, you can’t go wrong here. Its got the basics such as burgers and a Reuben, but you’ll also find some unique dishes such as falafel and a variety of flatbread sandwiches. The same goes for the starters menu with dishes such as ricotta crostini. Whether you are looking for something conventional or a bit left field, you’ll find something here.
Main St. Grill
97 Main St. #W-101, Edwards
Specializing in American cuisine, you can, of course, find soups and salads, but you’ll also find seafood, Cajun dishes, steak, casual fare and more. Additionally, it has an impressive menu of appetizers, leaving nothing out. Kids eat free on Sunday nights, and happy hour occurs daily from 4 to 6 p.m. featuring discounted drinks and munchies.
141 East Meadow Drive #202, Vail
If you want to fulfill your sweet tooth, this is the place. Specializing in baking at over 8,000 feet, everything is made from scratch here. Sit down with one of the cupcake or pastry options and, if you’d like, a beer or bloody mary and enjoy.
Front Range duo Shovelin Stone, made up of Makenzie Willox and Eagle Valley High School graduate Zak Thrall, performed the final ShowDown Town concert in Eagle this summer. While in town, they stopped by the Vail Daily to perform a Newsroom Jam.