Ready, Set, Eat! Taste of Vail Restaurants.March 7, 2016 10:17 pm Leave your thoughts
As if the promise of a spring food and wine festival set in the mountains wasn’t enough to get us excited, the chance to sample and savor our way through the best of Vail Valley’s restaurants is even better.
With more than 20 restaurants confirmed for Taste of Vail 2016, it’s time to start jogging a little more and swapping in some quinoa at dinnertime to help us make up for the extra calories we’ll happily consume March 30th – April 3rd.
Everyone’s favorite restaurants will be making an appearance at Taste of Vail 2016, including Flame Restaurant at Four Seasons Vail, where the steaks are always elevated. High-class, yet laid back Colorado fare will be found at Mountain Standard, Terra Bistro, Boxcar and the Fitz Bar & Restaurants’ spots. The always-impeccable Sweet Basil and the French-flared La Tour will no doubt have busy tables at the Grand Tasting.
Matsuhisa, from the Nobu family, lives up to its fame and will have a sushi grade dish sure to wow guests. Upscale Mexican at Maya Modern Mexican Kitchen from globally renowned chef Richard Sandoval is bringing its Latin flavor to events.
On-mountain favorites Bistro Fourteen, Wildwood Smokehouse, Two Elk and The 10th will bring their A-games and have experience feeding the masses. BBQ fans will have their pick from the Original Moe’s BBQ as well as Wildwood Smokehouse.
Italian fare from a locals’ favorite, Zino Ristorante and another Edwards favorite that never disappoints, Juniper will be up for grabs. Vail favorites Blu’s, Bol and First Chair will be there, as well as Blue Moose Pizza with their signature slices!
No matter your tastes, there will be an event with a dish so good you’ll be raving about it long after the weekend is over.
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