Reviews on Seafood food in Vail, Colorado, United States. North America's biggest and most popular ski resort, Vail is an alpine village in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Long a favorite of serious skiers and jet setting celebrities, Vail now also draws a younger, hipper snowboarding crowd. Skiing is king at Vail Mountain and the Blue Sky Basin, but the area's vast splendor is perfect for hiking, biking, snowmobiling or scenery-gazing at any time of the year.
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4 based on 511 reviews
We've dined at Nobu (around the country), and Matsuhisa (Vail, Aspen and Denver) on multiple occasions. While the place can be expensive, the food and service are consistently good and worth it. The wine list is broad, although the prices are high (for similar wines at other restaurants). You can dine indoor or outdoor, and the outdoor dining is usually pretty full on summer or fall evenings. We start with edamame, then yellowtail sashimi, followed by tempura vegetables (avocado, mushroom and asparagus) and finish with a spicy tuna roll. They will do hand rolls, but limit what they'll put in them (for example, they won't do soft shell crab hand rolls). We generally avoid dessert The only knock I have on it is a minor "nit", and it's not about the food. When you make a reservation on Open Table, and they call to remind you, you can call them back; but like so many places these days, they rarely answer the phone and you have to wade through a cumbersome menu of options to politely respond. Not a big deal, but when you try to be courteous, you'd like to think someone is doing the same. Notwithstanding, this, I'll go back!
4 based on 798 reviews
La Tour is a sophisticated landmark restaurant where legacy meets elegance in the heart of the mountains. Located in the heart of Vail Village, just steps from the parking structure and the gondola, La Tourâs central location enhances its lively and upbea
We were staying at the Hotel Talisa and the concierge there, Christine, recommended we come here for dinner. Since itâs the end of the ski season they are running specials, like 27% off select wine bottles and all dinner entrees are $27. The atmosphere is intimate and cozy. We got a great table by the window. Our server was attentive and personable. He suggested that we talk to the sommelier for wine selection. The Somm, Kye (I think thatâs how you spell his name) was approachable and easy going, not stuffy nor pushy. We selected, with his help, a French red wine that is not from your more common regions. This wine is from the Minervois region. If you donât finish the bottle you can bring it with you; they put it in a bag for you. For appetizer we ordered the Shishito peppers, great presentation and well-made. For the entree we decided to go for a local specialty, the rocky mountain trout meuniÃ¨re. So crispy yet juicy and tender, with lots yet well-balanced flavor. Great experience with good food and wine!
4 based on 107 reviews
This was your average seafood restaurant in my opinion. The service was great but the food was just ehhhhh. The mussel app was lukewarm and the pasta special was not fantastic.
4 based on 157 reviews
Hip, energetic and upscale, yet delightfully unpretentious. The cuisine is inspired by the high alpine cultures of the Alps, Pyrenees and our own Colorado Mountains. Executive Chef Tyson Peterson utilizes the best of all fresh, local and organic ingredien
I booked a Sunday Brunch reservation for 8 girlfriends 2 weeks in advanced and received a confirmation text 3 days in advance. On the morning of the brunch the restaurant canceled 2 hours before our reservation. When I called to inquire the manager said they havenât served brunch all month and never even apologized. Very disappointing!! Krself,We're terribly sorry you had this experience with your brunch reservation. We do discontinue our brunch service in the winter months as most people are out on the mountain. However, that certainly should have been better communicated with you and your friends.Please feel free to call me directly at 970.477.8053 to discuss this further. I'd love for you to come experience Leonora. Best regards,Danielle PollockDirector of Food & Beverage
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