On Mountain Dining
Right on the slopes of Snowmass Mountain, you'll find restaurants offering great food and drink.
Up 4 Pizza - This authentic pizzeria dishes out delicious New York-style pizza, enabling mountain guests to grab a bite to eat on the way up or down the Big Burn on Snowmass Mountain.
Venga Venga - A fun and lively après-ski bar located slopeside, known for its live music, tequila and prime people-watching deck.
Sam's Smokehouse - Located at the top of Village Express six-pack lift, Sam's Smokehouse offers a barbecue-style menu, table service, outdoor seating and a lounge area where guests can get coffee, breakfast or lunch.
Gwyn's High Alpine - Try a Chicken George, an incredible combination Swiss cheese, bacon and chicken topped off with a pineapple ring, then round off your meal with Gwyn's famous chocolate-peanut butter bar.
Two Creeks Café - At the Two Creeks base area, start the day with chorizo and egg burritos or stop in for lunch serving fajitas, taco salad and burritos.
Lynn Britt Cabin - Nestled in a grove of Aspen trees, where heated snowcat and blanketed sleigh rides deliver guests to a cabin where a wood stove, bluegrass entertainment, sing-alongs and gourmet four-course dinners greet you.
Burlingame Cabin - Travel to and from the cabin in snowcats and enjoy wonderful western food served family-style and live entertainment.
Ullrhof - Located mid-mountain at the base of the Big Burn chairlift, Ullrhof serves a wide range of food from burgers to elk medallions, baked potatoes to potato leek soup, simple to sophisticated. Full bar, outdoor grill and live music on the deck (weather permitting).
Café Suzanne - Located in the popular Elk Camp area, Café Suzanne offers a full range of cuisine in a warm, French country atmosphere. Cafeteria style, open for lunch.