New restaurants near Vail!
Vail is know for having stable restaurants with longevity. Some boasting forty years or more in operation. This is a great thing for reliability and customer retention. Being a small town, it is also nice to see some new restaurants near Vail. These new hot spots are game changers in the foodie world and are sure to become fan favorites.
Fall Line: This new concept resides in one of the oldest buildings in town, the Clock Tower on Bridge street. Chef Jake Burkhardt brings his California, farm to table approach to this fun modern American cuisine. Paired with their amazing craft cocktails, this is a great place to get your drink on while people watching the village.
Bario Social: Chef Steven Virion, of La Bottega fame, decided to bring Spanish Tapas to Vail with this pop-up restaurant. His travels across Spain helped to inspire this menu and it is sure to become a fun and hip spot for the small plate crowd.
Vail Brewing Co. While not a restaurant, this local brewery tasting room now also serves food from Bol. Now we can hang out with a few beers and eat some lamb lollipops.
Mountain Cupcakes: This eatery has just moved locations and has an expanded menu and cocktail list. Primarily a cupcake bakery, they also serve sandwiches, soups and other lunchables.
Joy Sushi: Located in West Vail, this is our latest sushi venture.
Bender’s Burgers: Northside Kitchen in Avon has grown and finally kicked out their stepchild to a new location. You will now have to venture across Avon to the Christy Sports building to enjoy a Bender Burger. This location now has a beautiful patio and great local beers.
Ein Prosit : An old style Bavarian pub with plenty of beers on tap as well as Brats and fresh pretzels. Avon has a new watering hole!
Craftsman: Our very own Hipster sandwich shop in Edwards! From the chefs at Mountain Standard, comes this new craft beer and craft sandwich shop. A great place to show off that facial hair!
Hovey & Harrison: This partnering created a market, bakery, cafe that is a great addition to Edwards. Selling seasonal and local fruits and veggies, house made breads and sweets, sandwiches and take home meals, this place has a little for everyone. I am a huge fan of their salted baguettes and soup for lunch.
Village Bagel: Being from N.Y., I appreciate when food is done right. Especially when it comes to bagels. Chef Connie does a great job with the bagels and will become the only option in town for people who want that N.Y. style.
Whatever style of food that you are into, Vail has some great options. Learn more about these new restaurants near Vail as well as historical tidbits about the old ones on a Vail Valley Food tour!