First, let me say that while the skiing is great, the nightlife is a bit disappointing at Copper Mountain. So while, CB Grille may be one of the top restaurants in town, it benefits greatly from its location and captive snow visitors.
We were there on a Friday night in late January in a rather large group. We picked the restaurant based on its rating in trip advisor, although our first choice would have been to travel to Breckenridge or Frisco, but we were unable to get reservations.
A couple of people ordered the elk steak, which at $45 is the most expensive entree on the menu. Both ordered the meat medium rare, both got medium well. The steaks were returned and the second pass was much better. Perhaps an acquired taste, but the elk was not as flavorful as a beef or bison steak. Others who had the ribeye steak were happy with their choice.
Service was somewhat average. While we were introduced to our two servers, we didn't really see one of them the rest of the night and the servers were somewhat random. As a result a soup order was forgotten as was a coffee. Nothing big.
Atmosphere is very nice with large window views of the ski village.
CB Grille is probably going to be your most elegant choice at Copper Mountain, but it's hard to believe that it would survive if forced to compete with more options.
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