Snowmass 50th anniversary specials
In honor of Snowmass’ 50th anniversary, many local restaurants are offering specials priced at $19.67 (a nod to the resort’s inception) and/or $50. Below are some food and drink specials available this weekend. A number of Snowmass retailers also are offering deals with similar pricing. For a complete list of Snowmass specials, visit http://www.gosnowmass.com/50-years.
The Bar at Wildwood
$19.67: A sandwich or a burger with a local draft beer. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
Base Camp Bar & Grill
$50: A meal for two, including any chef specialty entrees and a choice of Colorado craft beers. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
Big Hoss Grill
$19.67: Any burger and a beer or dessert.
$50: A “family platter” for two and two beers (or dessert).
Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
$50: Pretofixe menu with fondue for two; two glasses of house wine or draft beer and chef’s choice of dessert to share. Valid today only from 4 to 9 p.m.
$50: Specially prepared tasting menu. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
New Belgium Ranger Station
$19.67: Soup, salad and a Belgian Style Fat Tire Ale. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
$50: Dinner and sake for two, including a choice of any specialty roll, two pieces of nigiri, a dynamite lobster roll and a choice of sake. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
Slice Italian Bistro
$50: Two Italian entrees and two glasses of wine. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
$19.67: Breakfast buffet. Valid Dec. 15 to 16.
$50: Three-course dinner featuring a salad, entrée and dessert. Valid Dec. 15 to 16.
$19.67: Any order of tacos and a shot of tequila. Valid Dec. 15 to 17.
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