The view of the mountain on the outside patio at lunch is amazing! Great service and food. The fish tacos are fantastic. Highly recommend for lunch.
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An absolutely essential element of a European-style skiing experience is an apres ski mulled wine, or gluehwine in German (for real aficionados and/or more adventurous types who want something stronger, consider Jagertee, or getting a drink or two DURING the ski day). The only place...More
This is the best lunch spot on the mountain! We found it toward the end of our trip but still managed to fit in two stops. The nachos are crazy good! The ribeye flatbread was outstanding! The Centennial Salad was huge & delicious but spicy....More
This was our last stop for lunch before heading home. Wish we would have found them earlier. I think we had the best food here of all the places we ate at on this trip to BC. The food was great, the service good,the drinks...More
The weather cooperated, and we had the most delightful lunch, looking up at the mountain and skiers. My veggie soupt was to die for and my husband loved his soup and sandwich. Wonderful atmosphere - duhhh... Fun waiter. We'll be back.
Situated at the bottom of the mountain it is a great place to meet friends . Indoor outdoor dining . The food is truly excellent and of good quality . Something for everyone including the Cubs . Live music 🎶 good service really happy we...More
Positioned at the foot of the Centennial lift this is a great place to sit out on a sunny day. I had the regular Bloody Mary which was nice and spicy. My friend had the Concombre Fleur cocktail (gin-based) which she really enjoyed. Four of...More
This is a great place to stop for lunch mid-week and a fun place to stop for a drink or bite after skiing. The nachos were big enough for 4 people. You are close enough to go outside to grab cookies at 3:00.