TripAdvisor Rating: 4.0
Address: 110 Carriage Way, Suite 3106 (Snowmass Village Base, across from gondola)
Hours: 11:30a-9p, every day
Bia Hoi—which means fresh beer—features funky, southeast Asian street food in a contemporary setting creating a twist on new world classics. The atmosphere is created through iron and reclaimed wooden tables and encourage communal dining. Paired with the large portions, which are meant for sharing, Bia Hoi creates a “beer hall” environment that encourages patrons to share both conversations and food. The menu is inspired by Southeast Asian food, but utilizes local Colorado products. Since the inspiration for Bia Hoi is beer, they also offer a wide variety of beers, wines and cocktails for those looking for a unique drink.
What They’re Known for: Bia Hoi is known for their unique takes on Pan-Asian cuisine, their freshly sourced ingredients and their focus on communal dining. Favorite dishes include Hoisin Deviled Eggs, Dandan Noodles, Pork Belly Bao, Thai Style Pork, and Beef & Broccoli Prime Hanger Steak, all of which combine American and Asian elements for a unique take on both. The ingredients are all obtained from local Colorado sources and are organic wherever possible. Dishes are served in such a way that encourages patrons to share their food, adding to the communal experience and making Bia Hoi an excellent choice for a family dinner or group of friends.
What to Watch for: Since Bia Hoi encourages community and sharing, it can get both loud and crowded. If you’re looking for a quick meal, this might not be the place. Bia Hoi is more suited for evenings when bonding and conversation is the goal.