Silver Screen

For years, as other western mountain resorts hosted film festivals from the edgy to the influential, Vail Village has suffered without a cinema.

June 1, 2010 Published in the Summer/Fall 2010 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine

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But this July will see the opening of an opulent three-plex, the CinéBistro cinema, as well the village’s first-ever bowling alley, in this case a Bol 10-lane facility. (Let’s see you pick up the 7-10 split, Telluride.) Both are slated as part of the new Solaris residential/retail complex on Meadow Drive.

Other family-friendly public amenities accompanying the development include an outdoor ice rink (in winter), a streetside plaza ideal for intimate concerts or just relaxing, a two-tiered shopping plaza and three restaurants. (For more information about Solaris and its 79 luxury condominiums, visit solarisvail.com.) With such a wealth of options, the village will never be the same.

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