Fattoria, from the culinary team behind Northside Kitchen and other Vail Valley favorites, bring authentic flavors of Italy and the mountains.
Amanda M. Faison
Eat & Drink
With hospital-grade air filtration and custom-made dining room dividers, Ristorante Ti Amo serves up safety, with classic Italian flair
From authentic Old West saloons to boutique drive-in movies and outdoor markets, the valley's version of Main Street USA has it all
A high mountain pass where World War II mountain troopers learned to ski is your gateway to wilderness hikes, and backcountry huts, yurts and a rustic dining hall.
North America's highest incorporated city offers road trippers a glimpse of Colorado's past, with brewpubs, farm-to-table dining, and a plethora of outdoor adventures.
As its signature restaurant gets reconcepted, the Four Seasons debuts a new kitchen and menu at its lobby bar, helmed by a globe-trotting executive chef who ...
The Bagel Lady of Vail Village finds a permanent home for her itinerant bakery across from the Riverwalk.
The Four Seasons is aiming to please this summer (and into the fall, too!), with live jazz on Sundays and a brunch made for champions.
Vail’s champions of breakfast write a new culinary chapter for Minturn’s beloved railroad diner.
From the owner of Ripe and the bread baker for Sweet Basil and Zino comes Hovey & Harrison, a café/bar/market in the heart of Edwards.
Almresi, a newcomer to Vail Village's storied dining scene, dishes up traditional Bavarian-inspired fare in one of Vail's most storied spots.
Where to find the sweetest deals for your sweetheart on February 14.
An evening of wining and dining at Tennessee Pass Cookhouse wouldn't be complete without a stay at the backcountry restaurant's sleeping yurts.
Wrap up 2016 in style at some of the valley's best restaurants.
Three wonderful and easy-to-make dishes for Christmas dinners from Mirabelle’s master European chef.
These cozy and comfortable venues are close to nature and the slopes.
Indulge in the wild side with menus that focus on game done right.
Hot chocolate isn't just for kids, especially when it costs $16 a mug.
With Vail and Beaver Creek firing up the lifts on November 25, we found bargains at five aprés ski faves to toast the return of ski season.
Color Coffee Roasters is not your average cuppa joe.