Snowmass Restaurants & Dining
Just as you would expect, Snowmass has some great places to eat. Challenged and inspired by next door neighbor Aspen, Snowmass restaurants are fully aware that they need to be above the fray to lure skiers away from toney Aspen. From buffets to fine dining to Asian street food, Snowmass has a bit of everything with a solid base of traditional American food. While you can find about everything you seek in Aspen, you are not going to be disappointed with anything you find in Snowmass. As with Aspen, you likely want to lean towards a reservation as the places are popular and the people are many. You don’t want to be left with just the granola in your backpack.
The Artisan is a great place to stop in after a long day on the slopes, whether you are looking for drinks and appetizers in the late afternoon.
Base Camp Bar and Grill is your home base for a great night out. With beautiful views from two sun soaked patios, four bars, live music…
Bia Hoi—which means fresh beer—features funky, southeast Asian street food in a contemporary setting creating a twist on new world classics.
Eight K is an ideal choice for a romantic or anniversary dinner. They strive to create refined mountain cuisine.
Elk Camp Café strives to balance the elegance of the Rocky Mountains with their patron’s need for a quick meal.
Hidden away in the Snowmass Village Mall, the Little Mammoth Steakhouse is a place like no other if you want to get a great steak.
Lynn Britt Cabin is a favorite of locals and tourists both. It is right on the slopes, making it any easy ski to stop in for lunch.
The Nest Public Lounge is a quaint little lunch spot located on a mountain and inside of a hotel.
Pastore’s Taste of Philly focuses on filling pizza, subs and cheesesteaks.
The bartenders at Ricard Brasserie are known for being very attentive. It won’t take them long to learn your favorite drink.
If you are looking for a great, family friendly place in Snowmass to enjoy a traditional BBQ lunch then Sam’s Smokehouse better be on your list.
Gwyn’s High Alpine Restaurant has consistently been voted North America’s best on-mountain restaurant, providing a family tradition gathering place year after year.
Known for their relaxing atmosphere and delicious, made-to-order pizzas, Slice is more than a restaurant; they’re a popular hangout joint.
Delicious drinks, fast, friendly service and a vast selection of food on their menu, Venga Venga Cantina and Tequila Bar welcomes all skiers coming down off the slopes.
Taster’s is a laid back restaurant providing a little bit of everything to enjoy.
Go to The Edge, the one place where service is always welcoming and helpful, where the portions are generous and the food is delicious.