Coyote Cafe at the base of Beaver Creek, next to the ticket office and I think the escalators, is a great spot to relax after a great day of skiing. This quaint little local bar is great for winding down, they have a full menu and a full bar. I would recommend the fish tacos, hamburgers and nachos. It is just a really fun place to check out the locals, they have a DJ on the weekends and also show off skiing and boarding videos right on the wall! That was really cool!! Would definitely recommend this place to anyone that skis Beaver Creek. If you are up there check out their website at www.coyotecafe.net for events, they are always having something new.
Dress Code: Casual dress, you can even come in with your ski boots still on!!
We have a vacation home in Beaver Creek. I would not recommend the Hyatt at Beaver Creek. It is excessively expensive. The staff is insolent, discourteous, and rude. We are Srs. and very sedate. We went to the Lounge at the Hyatt for an after dinner drink in February, 2007. We ordered one drink each and were speaking about the recent death of a close friend. We were not boisterous, rude, rambunctious, or intoxicated. We were refused service after one drink. The waiter refused to serve us because "we had had enough." He asked us to leave. We were dumbfounded by his statement and asked if someone had been annoyed by us, although we could not fathom how we could have been annoying. We were enjoying a quiet conversation. The waiter had no answers, neither did management. I would never recommend the Hyatt, Beaver Creek.
The Sundance Bar is an off the beaten path place, a popular after work hangout for local ski instructors and employees at the Vail resorts. Its a very laid back, and, like most of Vail, friendly place. A good bet for a drink and some interesting conversation with the locals of Vail.
Dress Code: Off the slopes casual.
hilarious apres ski entertainment....Steve Meyer, a must see! covers popular music while comically harassing crowd, convincing people to buy rounds, having women show there t*ts, and other rowdiness
fun continues into the night as Scott Munns takes over with his own version of more of the same
Dress Code: whatever you happen to be wearing, many people still in ski gear late into night
8150 The biggest night club in the Rocky Mountains! Great bands and DJs all the time. Huge bouncing dance floor that you must experience to comprehend.
Visit Max or Dickie for good drinks! Tell them Mitch sent you!
Great bar for Apres Ski. At 4 pm, they have a one man acoustical guitarist who is fantastic. He can play just about anything, and I mean ANYTHING, but for all you CSN & Y fans out there (JR!), his version of 'Southern Cross' brings the house down!!!!!!
Dress Code: Apres Ski wear