Winter Park Restaurant Guide

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!

Featured Winter Park Restaurant - Moffat Station

Moffat Station - Winter Park

Moffat Station Restaurant and Brew Pub is truly a spectacular place to eat, drink and be merry. Overlooking an incredible wonderland of soaring mountains and magnificent pines, Moffat's fame has existed ever since explorers and settlers first came to exchange their animal pelts, gunpowder and maps for food and brew. Adorned with old west artifacts and memorabilia, the ambiance is inviting and inspiring—and so is the food. Join us to dine on buffalo meatloaf and other outstanding local dishes, and wash it all down with our authentic microbrews, lagers, stouts and ales. 

Moffat Station serves breakfast daily from 7-10am. Dinner is server from 5-9pm, with the bar opening early at 4pm. Hours are subject to change based on the seasons.

Moffat Station is located inside the Winter Park Mountain Lodge, across the road from the base of Winter Park Resort.

Random Review: Rise and Shine

Do not eat here! Worst restaurant experience I ever had! Four of us stopped for breakfast....all the eggs were over cooked. Nobody took a bite off their plate but still were made to pay!



Looking to grab a drink tonight? Check out our Winter Park Nightlife Guide