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!
Crooked Creek Saloon and Creekside Eatery features casual fine dining in downtown Fraser. Their mountain casual dining room and modern facilities create a great place to enjoy a drink, listen to live music, or enjoy their internationally inspired cuisine. Crooked Creek Saloon is the oldest bar in Grand County's historic Fraser Valley. Since 1933, when it was known as Clayton's Cafe and Bar, locals, skiers, tourists and even former president Dwight Eisenhower have stopped to grab a drink and a bite to eat.
Crooked Creek Saloon is NASCAR headquarters for Grand County. They also feature the drown-ya blue margarita. You might be blue before you come in but after you drink this baby you'll be smilin'.
Crooked Creek Saloon is open daily from 11am - 2am daily, and opening early at 8am on Saturday and Sunday.
This restaurant is a gem. It is on par with all of the top restaurants we have tried in Denver and several other cities both in the US and in Europe. The service is excellent but unpretentious. Nothing is done for show but only for the enjoyment and satisfaction of the guests. We have tried most of the menu and the food is just suburb. The sauces and flavors have always left us wanting us to return. The chef achieves excellence with consistency. The restaurant itself is not overcrowded in its layout allowing for a relaxing and intimate dinner. From May through October, we recommend a table by a window with the lovely sights and sounds of a mountain river which runs next to the restaurant. Gasthaus features some of the best desserts you will ever come across.