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All Alpenrose products come farm fresh with no added rBST hormones. You’ll find Alpenrose at Albertsons, New Seasons, Plaid Pantry, QFC, Thriftway, Zupans and hundreds of independent stores throughout the Northwest.
Where guests become friends.. With lovely prepared dishes from traditional recipes to fine classics and specialties with a touch of international culinary inspiration. We serve simple tasty home-style cuisine with hearty goulash, dumpling specialties, Kässpätzle and a savoury snack plate as well as a sweet finish with a selection of traditional Alpine desserts like Marillenknödel, Dampfnudeln, Palatschinken or apple strudel. For families and get-togethers with friends try our Walliser tomato fondue at long, comfy family tables and for our little one's we offer a special kid's menu. Warmth, hospitality and enjoying life - Welcome to Alpenrose!
$15 - $40
Swiss, German, Austrian
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer
We made a dinner reservation for the only time available, 5:15 pm. We were seated right away. Staff was friendly.
I ordered the most expensive dish on the menu, a veal knuckle and my Mother Order the schnitzel (which is not veal - it’s pork)....More
Alpenrose is a true alpine experience from the large beer steins to the Swiss chalet type food. Soups and stews are excellent along with the other dishes. Very authentic and the patio is amazing to soak up the mountain air either for lunch or after...More
During our recent ski trip to Vail, we had dinner here and also a quick lunch on the day of our departure.
As a regular visitor to the real Austrian Alps, I can attest to the fact that this is a close second to Almresi...More
I loved the old Alpenrose and love the new! The clever old chairlift table was really cute...perfect photo op.
The Glühwein, delicious and perfect after one of the coldest weeks I've ever spent in Vail (single digit temps) and reminded me of Zermatt. The Austrian...More
All the servers have grown up in Germany. The weinerschnitzel is pork as oppossed t veal but cooked to perfection. A bit rustic with hard wooden benches and chairs.
Three German beers on tap but more by the bottle if you do not like the...More
The menu is not extensive but what they serve is top notch.
We had a great chat with bar-tender from Freiburg tried weirs beer(s) and was really grateful for his recommendation of the duck.
We shared the cheese fondue, the parmesan basket for bread bits...More