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New Broken Arrow restaurant at Beaver Creek open

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BEAVER CREEK – Hungry skiers and riders can refuel with homemade cuisine at the new Broken Arrow restaurant at Beaver Creek Resort. The 4,000 square-foot slopeside restaurant is located at the base of the Arrowbahn Express Lift (No. 17). “This is our most significant on-mountain dining addition in recent years,” said Beth Howard, director of mountain dining for Beaver Creek. “We’re very excited to offer fresh and healthy food choices for skiers in Arrowhead, enhancing Beaver Creek’s village-to-village ski and dining experience.”Broken Arrow is located in the new One Arrowhead Place building with indoor seating for approximately 95 and outdoor seating for up to 180 on a heated patio. Watch skiers cruise by while eating a famous Blinky Burger from the indoor/ outdoor grill named after long-time grill master Robert “Blinky” Blunk. Warm up with house-made soups prepared using signature recipes from Executive Chef Curtis Cooper.Cooper’s other menu items include the shrimp and oven baked tomato brick-oven pizza, a white pie with house-made dough, extra virgin olive oil, roasted garlic, tomatoes, rock shrimp, goat cheese and basil pesto , and fresh-tossed salads, house-made soups and toasted flat bread sandwiches including The Cresta, with roasted eggplant and red pepper hummus, tomato, cucumber, feta and baby arugula with oil and vinegar. Apres-ski selections are moderately priced and include Tall Timber Nachos, Tomahawk Wings, Crossbow Calamari with dusted corn flower and herbs with a chipotle tartar sauce and more.Broken Arrow serves breakfast, lunch and apres-ski fare from 8:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. daily throughout the winter season. The eatery will host live music on the heated patio in the Spring. The old Broken Arrow Café in Arrowhead was torn down in April 2005.For more information, call Broken Arrow at (970) 845-6750.Vail, Colorado


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