Lunch is served Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30a.m.– 1:30p.m. / Dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30p.m. until close.
New this winter, ski-in to SaddleRidge Restaurant at Beaver Creek for a gourmet lunch set among one of the largest, private collections of American Western artifacts and art in the United States outside of a museum.
While enjoying Colorado regional cuisine such as steaks, seafood, and signature wild game dishes, partake in American history and view Geronimo’s tomahawk, General Custer’s hat and canteen and numerous additional artifacts carefully selected by the property’s original interior designer in the 1980s.
Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard School guests receive priority reservations for lunch at Saddle Ridge, which may be made 48 hours in advance. Instructors will ski their guests to the restaurant where they’ll be greeted with cozy slippers to peruse the museum collection and experience a relaxing, palate-pleasing meal. Following lunch, guests can either ski-out to the Elkhorn Lift, or a six-person snowmobile Sherpa transport will return guests to the ski trails to continue on with their afternoon.
This exclusive new ski-in gourmet lunch option is also available to resort guests on a limited reservations-only basis and provides a more upscale dining option on the slopes and in response to guest requests. Located at the base of the eastern slopes of Beaver Creek Mountain guests can ski-in via the Meadows ski-way. The restaurant can also be accessed via Beaver Creek’s complimentary dial-a-ride shuttle.
In addition to fine dining, SaddleRidge Villas offer a grand and luxurious tribute to the Old West, in this former private retreat designed by Ralph Lauren, filled with an astounding collection of authentic American art and artifacts. Accommodations include six luxurious, two-bedroom, two-and-three-quarter bath villas.
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