Alright, this place had a good gimmick ("George's" so everywhere you looked there were pictures of famous people named George.... Clooney, Curious George, Washington, King George, etc...) and the decor was cool, but the food wasn't all that great. We got steaks but they weren't anything special.
Swiss Chalet ... near the Sononalp Hotel
Just a good restaurant that fits the mountain scene. It is expensive though ... about $25 per person for just the fondue.
Favorite Dish: Fondue -- especially the chocolate fondue deserts.
A trip to Vail is not complete without visiting Pepe's. An authentic Austrian wild game restaurant, Pepe's serves up the best dishes in the village. Warning: Vegetarians may want to pass on this place!!!! But for the meat eaters out there - strap on the feed bag and get ready to taste some of the finest bison, elk, duck, quail and vension around.
Don't be afraid to wash down this hunter's delight with a nice warm apple strudel.
Favorite Dish: Wild Game Platter
These guys know German food. I highly recommend eating here. Theirs is some of the better German food I've found in the US, which isn't surprising, since they're in Vail.
Excellent pizzas and other dishes, Vendetta's is a long-time favorite in the valley.
Favorite Dish: Lasagna and pizza... great after a long day on the slopes.
Northern Italian fare, serving Vail for over 20 years, it is one of Vail's favorite restaurants.
Favorite Dish: Th only restaurant open until 2 am serving pizza and late night munchies.
Ludwig's is a fancy French restaurant located in the Sonnenalp resort. The food was very excellent, authentic French cooking, but the French pastry chef really made the meal.
Favorite Dish: Dessert!
As an European we had to visit the bar at Hotel Garhammer
There you meet people of many different nations around the world