Eat at Atwater in Vail, get free child care
Vail CO, Colorado
VAIL ” Every Thursday in February, Vail Cascade is making it easier for mom and dad to have a night out by offering complimentary child care services to guests dining at the new Atwater on Gore Creek restaurant.
“This is a great way to give mom and dad a night off and encourage our local patrons to try the new Atwater on Gore Creek,” said Executive Chef Richard Beichner. “With two distinct dining experiences at Atwater, couples have a chance to enjoy a casual or fine dining night out in the tavern or restaurant.”
To take advantage of this special Thursday night offer, guests must call 24 hours in advance to make their Atwater and child care reservations. Child care will be available from 5:30 to 9 p.m. for children 4 to 14 years of age, and includes kid-friendly movies and snacks, as well as certified adult supervision. Children also will be able to order dinner to be delivered from Atwater while in child care, should their parents elect this option.
Gore Creek, the slopeside stream that flows through Vail, is the inspiration for the new Atwater on Gore Creek restaurant at the Vail Cascade. The new restaurant is the final phase of the property’s $30 million transformation. The restaurant, which opened on Dec. 22, features contemporary American cuisine prepared by Beichner.
For more information or to reserve a table at Atwater call 970-479-7014.
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