Alpenrose Restaurant & Bakery has been open since 1974. They offer authentic German & Austrian cuisine in their rustic dining room, or on their beautiful patio. They have an extensive list of beer & wine, and exceptional Belgian style pastries. Located just a short in-town shuttle ride away from the Antlers, it's very easy to get to, and our concierge will happy to help you with reservations & directions.
Located at the base of Vail Mountain, Avalanche Pub is a great place to relax after a day exploring Vail. Cozy up by the fireplace or find a spot on the patio to enjoy cocktails, all day dining, and live entertainment on the weekends.
Sip on one of their signature cocktails like the French Pear Martini or Moscow Mule with fresh squeezed lemon and lime juice. If you are hungry, try the Colorado Sausage and Cheese plate, great for sharing or the Buffalo Ruben for something heartier.
At The Sebastian – Vail’s Bloom Spa, the setting is serene and exquisitely private and the focus is on vibrant, revitalizing treatments. Whether restoring the body after days on the mountain, or rejuvenating the spirit from the rigors of daily life, Bloom is a spa that engages and invigorates all the senses.
At Bloom Spa, they've created a menu of unique treatments that range from quiet nourishment and subtle movement routines, to restorative deep tissue modalities. The inspiration for all treatments comes from the wildflowers, herbs and pines indigenous to the Vail Valley. No stay is truly complete, without exploring the many ways to “bloom” at The Sebastian – Vail.
Bully Ranch is located in Vail Village in the Sonnenalp Hotel, and specializes in serving Southwestern Style Cuisine in a Mountain Casual Atmosphere. The culinary delights here make Bully Ranch an ideal place to round-up friends for lunch or dinner. Chicken wings, artichoke dip and Famous Bully Burgers are family favorites. Fish and Chips, Cobb Salad, and a New York Strip Steak top off the dinner menu. Reservations are not necessary to dine in at this fun, and delicious restaurant.
Camp Deep End is a fully licensed day camp designed to enhance and preserve each student’s individual academic needs, during the summer break. With a direct focus on reading and math skills. The camp is open to children ages 5 through 11.
For the parents the camp is a place where academic skills are put into use to prevent the dreaded summer “Brain Drain” while making sure that each child has an active day exercising their brains and bodies, with great day trip activities. For the kids, IT IS NOT SCHOOL!
Campo de Fiori offers Authentic Italian Cuisine in the heart of Vail Village. Campo de Fiori, "Campo" for short, uses the freshest local ingredients and imported cured meats and dried goods from Italy in their cuisine to create dishes that will entice your senses and delight your palate. Campo's extensive wine selection complements the fare, and their exceptional and personalized service creates a warm and vibrant atmosphere. Their dinner & cocktail menus change seasonally using the best ingredients available.
Take a fun and informative trip down memory lane through the past century of ski fashion with the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum's new video, 100 Years of Ski Fashion. From 1915 to 2015, the new video chronicles not only the clothing, but also the types of equipment that were utilized and trendy during each decade. The video was the creation of the Museum's Resource Center staff, Dana Mathios and Ashton Helmstaedter, and was shot and edited by Massif Studios in Denver.
June 20-24, 2016 Eagle Lake is coming to The Vail Church (Vail, CO) for five full days of contagious fun, partnering to bring life-on-life ministry through counselor relationships in the midst of an exciting camp experience. Inflatables, rock climbing, gaga ball and other high-energy activities are only the beginning.