If you like your steak hand-cut and served with smoked sea salt and twice-baked potatoes, this on-mountain restaurant calls your name. With cozy leather booths, decent seafood options and an extensive wine list.
Cliff Lodge's 10th-floor Aerie is worth a splurge for the views alone. Gaze out 15ft windows to spectacular mountain vistas while sampling tuna tartare and elk meatloaf with creamy whipped potatoes. Reservations are…
This 3000-sq-ft deck is a great place to grab a sandwich slopeside.
A grocery store with deli sandwiches and liquor sales.