Third-annual Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week continues through Oct. 4
See the specials
Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week features $20.15 deals at participating restaurants, plus additional discounts on food and lodging. The printable list of specials can be found on the events home page, diningataltitude.com, where each restaurant and lodge has its own profile highlighting details of its location and offerings.
EAGLE COUNTY — The leaves have turned, the air is brisk and the restaurants and lodges throughout the Vail Valley are continuing to offer up some of their best specials of the year for the third annual Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week, running through Sunday.
“This is a fun time of year for us,” said Nancy Dowell, of Grouse Mountain Grill. “Guests are discussing the local restaurants, the food and reconnecting with their favorite places. We are happy to say that one of our signature dishes, the pretzel-crusted pork chop, will be featured for $20.15 this year.
“For restaurant week, we make sure our guests get a plate that the chef is just as committed to as when the menu is full price. Some people will come for their favorite dish on our menu, others will try it for the first time, but regardless, it is a good time to have a great meal at just a little over half the usual price.”
Diners can also experience the return of the bento box from Matsuhisa and a selection of three-course dinners from 8100 Mountainside Grill, The Golden Eagle Inn and world-renowned chef Wolfgang Puck’s Spago in Bachelor Gulch. A couple more newbies on the list to check out this year are Sushi Oka, offering specials on dinner and drinks, as well as Nudoru Ramen Bar, located in West Vail.
Vail and Beaver Creek lodges are part of the event, as well, with discounted lodging and other specials at the Vail Cascade Resort & Spa, the Evergreen Lodge, The Sebastian Vail, Destination Resorts, Manor Vail Lodge, Holiday Inn Apex, the Sonnenalp Hotel in Vail and the Beaver Creek Lodge.
For more information, visit http://www.diningataltitude.com or follow Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week on Facebook, Twitter (@DiningAltitude) or Instagram (#diningataltitude).
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