This is located at the base of the Centennial chair in Beaver Creek Village. The restaurant has patio seating in the sun when the weather is nice, and we could not help but notice the many skiers who apparently were enjoying a delicious lunch. I had a lobster pot pie for $22 which was tremendous. My girlfriend had one of the specialty Mac and cheese dishes which was also terrific, and a very generous portion for $11. While the prices are not cheap, it compares very favorably to what it costs to get a simple hamburger and fries up on the mountain and the food is far superior. The location is convenient, and we would certainly return here. Also, an excellent place for people watching.
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