The valley's best kept culinary secret might also be the swankiest (and newest) on the menu for brunchers looking to up their Sunday Funday game — the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch is now offering Sunday Brunch at its onsite culinary epicenter WYLD from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. until September 3rd.  The best part? Eagle County residents (patrons who have proof of residence) can treat themselves (and a friend) to a 2 for 1 special on the luxury hotel's brunch buffet, and save the extra cash for a ticket to a bottomless Bloody Mary or Mimosa to complete the experience. Patrons can load up on plate after plate of breakfast staples like made-to-order omelettes and eggs benedict, although we'd recommend saving some room and splurging on the all-star dessert bar (think New York style cheesake and Nutella-filled munchkins) prepared by the Ritz's resident pastry chef Emily Peksun. 

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The Ritz Carlton at Bachelor Gulch.

Insider's Tip:

Sweat it out before settling in for a morning of bottomless mimosas on the Village to Village trail — a 3 mile one-way trek — that takes hikers from Beaver Creek Village through aspens and wildflower fields to the awaiting spread the the Ritz. Reservations are a must, although opt for a spot on the patio, as in house musical masters Bob Rebholz (a Grammy nominated woodwind afficianado) and guitarist, vocalist and composer Justin Allison provide the accompanying tunes every Sunday., 970-748-6200

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