Mudslides going nowhere for now
Locals will still be able to slurp down Bully Ranch restaurant’s famous mudslide drinks for at least another ski season.Sonnenalp Resort of Vail has announced that the popular Bully Ranch restaurant will remain in place at the Vail Village resort through the 2004-2005 ski season. Originally, the Bully was to be replaced by the Swiss Chalet Restaurant, which closed when the Swiss Hotel and Spa was sold for redevelopment. Plans to turn the Bully Ranch into the Swiss Chalet Restaurant have been put on hold.The Bully Ranch has been a local favorite for lunch and dinner for over 30 years. Known for its award-winning burgers, steaks and salads, the Bully serves lunch and dinner daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Locals and visitors can sample regional microbrews at the casual western bar or out on the patio. “The Bully has been a local landmark for so many years, we’re pleased to announce that it will continue for at least another season,” said Sonnenalp Resort of Vail’s owner. “We’ll be making additional announcements regarding the Swiss Chalet Restaurant in the near future.”For more information about the Bully Ranch or the Swiss Chalet Restaurant, contact Patricia McNamara at the Sonnenalp Resort of Vail at 479-5434 or email@example.com.
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