Restaurants to visit this weekend in the Vail Valley |

Restaurants to visit this weekend in the Vail Valley

Revolution's breakfast menu is exapnsive, offering unique beneditcs, lighter plates and hearty, classic dishes like eggs and French toast.
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It’s finally the weekend, which means it’s also time to celebrate. What better way than to celebrate with some good eats? Here’s where you can find those this weekend:



26 Avondale Lane, Beaver Creek

Revolution’s breakfast menu is fairly traditional, but that doesn’t mean it’s not full of goodies. The restaurant has classics like Bavarian waffles, Latin American-inspired dishes such as smothered burritos and what is referred to as “medicine;” wash your breakfast down with a bloody mary, hot buttered rum or The Mex-Mosa.


The Lift Cafe

126 Riverfront Lane, Avon

If you’re looking for lunch with a view, this is the place for you. Located in The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa just across from the Riverfront Express Gondola, chow down on a sandwich, some tacos or a bowl of soup while you take in the view. Also in the cafe is a small market with essentials for those traveling through.



16 Vail Road, Vail

With a menu inspired by the French Alps, Spanish Pyrenees and our own Rocky Mountains, Leonora offers some of the most unique dishes in the valley. From crispy octopus to faro risotto to Hawaiian sunfish ceviche, you’re such to find something that peaks your interest and rumbles your tummy.


Vista at Arrowhead

676 Sawatch Drive, Edwards

Not only can you choose from solid dessert options such as the key lime tart or a mascarpone cheesecake, but you can also opt to slurp your dessert — as long as you’re older than 21. Thin Mint martinis, B-52 cappuccino and limoncello are among the drinkable dessert options.

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