Copper Mountain Ski Vacation Dining

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Copper restaurants trend towards casual American fare and laid-back dining experiences, which is great for families, groups and travelers on a budget. While there aren’t many high-end fine dining options, Copper restaurants offer a surprising array of delicious fare and great drink menus. From barbecue and Asian cuisine to Mexican food, Copper has something for everyone.

Top Copper Mountain Restaurants

CB Grille, one of Copper’s finer dining establishments, serves up contemporary American creations, like a delectable asparagus and brie appetizer, Midwest Black Angus tenderloin and salads. The menu also features mac and cheese, pizza and pasta, so there are plenty of options for kids at CB Grille.

  • Another great restaurant that also offers a varied menu with an American flare is Incline Bar and Grill at the base of the American Eagle lift. This restaurant features menu items ranging from queso-smothered nachos and pasta to meat-hearty dishes like bison stew and tenderloin. Incline is also one of Copper’s best après-ski spots, so the party may still be going on if you go for an early dinner.
  • If you’re on the search for a hearty lunch mid-ski day, then Endo’s Adrenaline Café is where you want to go. The hot sandwiches are huge and tasty, the fries are great and the salads, such as the Asian Noodle Salad, are unique and healthy.
  • The Belgian Bean for breakfast serves freshly baked pastries, homemade quiche, breakfast burritos, healthy staples oatmeal and caffeine-laden espresso drinks. The Belgian Bean is known for its Belgian-style, made-to-order waffles, available topped with any number of options.
  • For a quick on-mountain lunch, T-Rex Grill is located at the base of Timberline Express lift and offers burgers and other fare. Check out the sunny outdoor deck.
  • Many people agree that a vacation isn’t complete without pizza. Gustino’s Lakeside Pizzeria, where you can eat inside or outside along West Lake, serves New York-style pizza menu. Gustino’s uses only Colorado meats and dough made from scratch, and they import Italian cheese and tomatoes and cheeses.