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!
Carvers Bakery Cafe specializes in breakfast and lunch using only the freshest local ingredients. Their extra attention to the best ingredients, creating most everything in-house, and their reasonable prices make Carvers Bakery Cafe a local favorite in Winter Park.
NOTE: Carvers Bakery Cafe recently moved to a new location in King's Crossing, with over double the seating capacity! They are much easier to find, right on Highway 40 next to Fontenot's.
The menu at Carvers Bakery features a selection of excellent Benedicts, Egg Scrambles, Southwestern breakfast plates, and specialties like Biscuits and Gravy and Corned Beef Hash. The lunch menu consists of wraps, salads, burgers, sandwiches and soups, all made from scratch.
Carvers decided early on that if they were going to be here they didnít want to serve cheap or pre-prepared food. When they took over the bakery they got rid of all shortenings, food colorings, additives, conditioners, etc and now make all their pastries, breads, muffins and bagels from scratch with grade A butter, natural starter, flour, yeast, sugar, salt, whole eggs ...... Simple and natural ingredients.
Their sauces, soups, stews and dressings are their own recipes, they hand roll their bagels, hand squeeze their orange and grapefruit juices themselves. While this is more labor intensive it gives their awesome employees a tremendous sense of pride and accomplishment, and this enthusiasm is obvious to their guests a fact attested to by returning visitors year after year.
Carvers is now at their new location. You can now find them at King's Crossing, with over double the seating capacity. No more long lines!
Carvers Bakery Cafe serves breakfast and lunch every day from 7am to 2pm. (hours are subject to change)