Restaurants to visit this weekend in the Vail Valley |

Restaurants to visit this weekend in Vail Valley

by Nate Day
The Canyon Fire Bloody Mary mix made with mixed fresh vegetables at Green Elephant Juicery.
Dominique Taylor | Special to the Daily

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Looking for some good eats to celebrate the weekend? We’ve got you covered, top to bottom, breakfast to dessert.


Green Elephant Juicery

150 East Beaver Creek Blvd, Avon

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For a fresh, refreshing start to your morning, grab a Get Up N Goji smoothie (consisting of banana, coconut water, goji berry, maca and strawberry) and pair it with a breakfast burrito made of entirely organic ingredients to kick start your day.

Also on its menu: cold-press juices, vegan burgers, soups and salads.



Marko’s Pizza

57 Edwards Access Road No. 7, Edwards

Who doesn’t love ’za? With over 15 pizza options, there’s something to please even the picky, or, turn to the rest of its menu featuring pasta, calzones, sandwiches, soups and salads. If that’s not attractive enough, then here’s two words for you: garlic knots.


White Bison

223 Gore Creek Drive, Vail

This joint uses as manly local ingredients as possible to craft their seasonal menu, this time around featuring gnocchi, trout, duck, bison steak and more. According to Eat magazine, Executive Chef Jake Burkhardt strives to find balance in each meal. He’ll pair sweet with sour, fat with acid and beyond to make the most well rounded meal possible.



141 East Meadow Drive No.113, Solaris, Vail

Top off your day with food and fun by chomping down on some chocolate cake and … bowling. Featuring a world-class bowling alley in the middle of Solaris, what more can you ask for beyond sweets and strikes?

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