The 10 best restaurants in Winter Park. Review your favorites to help get them on this list!
Ski Town Restaurants welcomes you to the Winter Park, Colorado Restaurant Guide! Winter Park is one of the last remaining Colorado ski towns with that original, old-time ski vibe. Located at 9,100ft in elevation, Winter Park sits on the Western slope of the Continental Divide and is just a short drive from Denver. It is the perfect place for a family friendly, world-class ski trip that won't break the bank.
Restaurants in Winter Park focus on quality cooking, value, and a friendly atmosphere. You won't find any high priced or exclusive restaurants here. With that being said, there are restaurant types from all over the world in Winter Park including American, Sushi, Italian, Cajun, Caribbean, Brew Pubs, and Mexican.
We welcome you to the Winter Park Dining Guide. Also be sure to check out our Winter Park Bar and Nightlife Guide to find the best places to grab a drink, dance, or watch the game in Winter Park. Enjoy!
Mountain Grind Coffee is a warm and friendly coffee shop located at Cooper Creek Square. They serve flavorful coffee and espresso drinks that will keep you warm during the winter and delicious pastries, cookies, home-made fudge, and cheesecakes that will make your mouth water during any season. Enjoy over twelve different flavors of gelato and donít forget to pick up a souvenir for your friends and family back home while youíre here.
Mountain Grind Coffee also serves breakfast and lunch items throughout the day if you are looking for a quick and casual way to fill your belly.
Free wireless internet is available.
Mountain Grind Coffee and Bistro is open daily from 7am - 9pm.
In our recent stay at Winter Park our group of 16 decided to try Deno's. We had a group of children with us. The children sat at a seperate table. The waitress that served them decided to up sell them from the kids menu and without asking the childrens parents served them from the normal menu instead of the childrens menu. One seven year old girl was served a 14 inch large pizza instead of the pizza of the chidrens menu. All of the other children were also brought adult size portions instead of ordering off the childrens menu. The waitress just did this on her own and did not consult any of the adults in the party. We spoke with the owner and he was very condescending. He was very rude and told us that in that part of the dining room they do not serve children. We asked then why did they take our reservation and bring childrens menu's. He did not answer. He made scene in his own bar and humiliated a member of our party. At this point they had allready added the 20% tip to our bill and then was not a whole lot we could do about. The food was average and the prices high. The staff was rude, they laughed at us on the way out the door. Overall this was the worst dining experience I have ever had.