Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week returns Sept. 26-Oct. 5
A sampling of specials
Restaurant and lodging specials are beginning to go live at diningataltitude.com have already set a the bar high for the upcoming 2014 event. A few of the deals listed on the site include:
From Blue Moose pizza in Beaver Creek: Any 15-inch specialty pizza, a large house salad and a bag of six homemade Blue Moose chocolate chip cookies.
From Grouse Mountain Grill in Beaver Creek: Ritz Cracker crusted walleye with housemade tartar sauce, local tomato salad and fries.
From Tavern on the Square in Lionshead: A four-course beer pairing dinner with brews from Bonfire Brewing Company in Eagle. (Two-person minimum, $40.28 per couple, $20.14 per person; See menu at diningataltirude.com.)
From Ludwig’s: Sonnenalp breakfast buffet (daily from 7 to 11 a.m. and Sunday until noon).
From Matsuhia: Bento box with rock shrimp, creamy spicy tuna sashimi salad, four pieces of chef’s choice sushi and miso soup.
To see all the specials, visit http://www.diningataltitude.com.
EAGLE COUNTY — Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week is back for a second year, returning to the Vail Valley Sept. 26 – Oct. 5. Excitement is building for the much anticipated event, which includes diverse culinary offerings from restaurants throughout the Vail and Beaver Creek villages, each set at a price point of $20.14.
Featuring $20.14 specials at over 40 restaurants, in addition to a variety of lodging specials, the event’s second year will provide no shortage of variety or value; appealing to area visitors and locals alike. “We have already had people asking what our specials are for this year,” said Suzy Melson, general manager of the Beaver Creek Chophouse.
Though the two mountain villages have previously combined efforts on a handful of valley-wide events, Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week is a collaborative effort between the two communities. The idea spawned from area restaurants, which remain the driving force behind the event’s development and success. Without their willingness to try something new and to think outside the box with the offers, the 10-day event would not be nearly as appealing or unique.
The event would not be possible without the continued support of a few key local partners: The town of Vail, Beaver Creek Resort Company, Vail Resorts, the Vail Valley Foundation and the Vail Valley Partnership have all played a critical role in supporting Restaurant Week both this year and last.
“We truly appreciated the support of our community partners and their willingness to come together to put on this great event last year and are very thrilled to see it all come together once again for this second year,” said Brian Nolan, one of the event organizers.
For more information or to view the list of $20.14 restaurant specials and lodging offers, visit http://www.diningataltitude.com. For additional updates and announcements as the event approaches, follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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