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About 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill
Live action bar and grill specializing in local, natural and organic dishes featuring Colorado’s best microbrews, wines and spirits. The grill is the showpiece of the open kitchen, capturing smoke infused flavors befitting the Colorado Mountains. The fresh produce and ingredients are hand-selected from Colorado farms and other natural purveyors in the country and arrive fresh daily. 8100 features a menu that changes according to seasonality and availability of only the freshest ingredients.
The bar menu offers small plates for sharing. Organic wines and offerings from local wineries are featured, along with a selection of Colorado microbrews. Enjoy outdoor dining and gathering areas around cozy firepits overlooking stunning vistas of the Rocky Mountains. Chef’s table, wine room and semi-private dining facilities available.
Avon, CO 81620
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Daily, Breakfast: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Happy Hour 2:30pm - 5:30pm; Dinner: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Semi-Private dining room available for large parties, deck and reception area also available. Chef's table and menus also available. Call for further details.
Complimentary Valet Parking
Complimentary Shuttle service from mountain base to Beaver Creek Village and between Beaver Creek properties
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact us for large party or chef table reservation inquiries.
Private Party Contact:
Shane Bowman: (970) 827-6600
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill Ratings and Reviews
In spite of the crowds and the increased activity during Christmas week all over the mountain, the staff was very attentive and as such, the service was exceptional. The food ordered was also very good. If you're in Avon or Beaver Creek, you should definitely try this place.
We arrived to a restaurant not full nor particularly busy. I stepped up to the hostess stand attempting to get the attention of the "hostess" who was staring at a piece of paper she held right in front of her face for minutes, finally put it down and saw me, immediately turned around to look I assume for help, did not greet me for several minutes, finally deigned to greet me with "are you with them?". No smile, no apology for keeping me waiting - no welcome at all. We sat at our table for minutes with not one employee greeting. A waiter stopped by and took our drink order. Several more minutes passed while we listened to the next table complain about their food. Too many minutes passed and another server said she would be taking care of us and would we like to order drinks. We explained someone had already taken our drink order. We ordered a couple of appetizers - did not ask for her to check on our drinks as we assumed that was not necessary. The appetizers showed up - still no drinks. When asked if we needed anything else we indicated we were still waiting for our drink order. Several minutes later, a "server" (not sure but think he was actually a bus boy) brought our drink order - 2 glasses of red wine (not cheap mind you) and a beer. He actually came to me and said you had red wine? I replied, yes, but which is the one i ordered? He had no idea that there were 2 different glasses of red wine. We had to guess which was which. Really? $15 glass of wine and we have to figure which one is which? The beer was served - and it was not the beer that was ordered. Of course, he did not wait, but walked away. The food was ok, but the stress of the evening soured the taste. My dish, the sea bass was oversalted and slightly overdone. The others ordered dishes that were ok - not outstanding and not what one would expect for the price. A truly stressful, painful experience- way too expensive for having inept, untrained staff attempting to serve.
It was Christmas night, buffet, but no warning when booking. We weren't told the price, nor did we ask, but... $770 for 5? Who'd have guessed??? We ate very little, crab legs were frozen, fish under cooked...2 of us had 1 drink....not our usual experience with a Grande Hyatt....the highlight of the meal was the wait staff, very lovely people
We were very disappointed by the service we received on Christmas Eve at 8100. After being sat for 20 minutes, our server took our drink and appetizer order, which arrived well before our waiter returned to take our dinner order. We also noticed that every other table was being served bread and olives, but never offered them to us. After 55 minutes, he returned to take our order. (We noticed that he did this with other tables as well.) Management checked on the table to our left four times and did not ask us how things were going. It was clear that our server (Joesph, I think?) is either new to this position or hasn't had the proper training from upper management. He often would leave his section with one task on his mind and neglect the other tables (i.e. neglected to check water levels, replenish drinks, etc.). Needless to say, we were pretty disappointed by the service and would not recommend this restaurant to others.
Bloody Mary shrimp tacos (2 per order) were awful, 1 piece of flavorless shrimp per taco, served swimming in a pool of undrained lettuce and tomato, tortillas were a soggy mess. Prime rib steak sandwich was small, chewy meat, au jus had no flavor. French fries were the most enjoyable part of lunch. Server didn't notice or care that the meals were unfinished.
Food was ice cold, not once but twice. Service was like a restaurant soft opening. Price for value was terrible given the described poor service and food quality. This place is excellent should you have a group of small children. If you want a quiet dinner or just an excellent dining experience, do not go here. This place would have long been out of business if it was not in the lobby of a large hotel. This place has the ambiance of an Outback and the food quality of a Sizzler.
Food was alright...nothing memorable. It's awesome that they are still doing the 20.16 3-course special, but I wouldn't pay full price for the entrees or the apps. Squash salad needs to be more tasty. Pappardale pasta was pretty good. The chicken entree was the best thing we had. The lemon-blueberry muffin for dessert looks like a muffin I can find at Starbucks, nothing special at all.
We are in Beaver Creek for a few days of fly fishing with friends. We are Hyatt Residence Club owners and are here for the week. We had dinner at 8100 Mountainside the second night of our stay and enjoyed it so much that we went back last night. It has a lovely atmosphere. We asked to be seated by the fireplace and were accommodated. The food was well prepared. The restaurant is upscale, but friendly and appropriate for all ages. The timing of the wait staff was a little off, but all were very friendly and even a chef said "goodbye" as we were leaving. They have extended the Restaurant Week menu so we thought it to be an excellent value. Will return next year!
I've had lunch at 8100 many times while skiing, and always loved it. This particular time, we were there for dinner with friends, and happened to be there over restaurant week. The restaurant week menu was fabulous and had many great options. Unfortunately, we all left hungry. My husband and I ordered the pork, and got about 2 oz of it. There was about a teaspoon of grits next to it. No vegetable. The menu said it came with a roasted tomato, but we did not get one. While what was there was prepared quite well, we all went home and snacked after. Hopefully non-restaurant-week dinner portions are more substantial, but I wouldn't know. I've never had that problem with the lunches here.
It was a wonderfun dinning experience except for one problem we checked in for a 6:45 reservation at 6:30 and were told to wait in the lobby. No drinks no nothing at 7:00 we asked again and they told us to sit in the bar. At 7:15 we had to go to the desk again and finally go seated.
The Resturant was too loud and the table they sat us at after having a reservation for a number of days was really small and seemed like a last minute assignment. We requested another table and they said they were too busy but they would see what they could do. After waiting for a bit, we asked if we could sit in the private dining room to which they said yes. The Manager said he would have his best server wait on us. Everything was wonderful from that point on the food and the service was excellent.
A fair choice for dining in Beaver Creek, many items on the menu are good, but I have had some major disappointments as well. I absolutely love short ribs and I order them everywhere I go. On my most recent visit I tried the short ribs at the 8100 for the first time. Unfortunately those were a huge disappointment. I was served three pieces of short ribs, two were bone dry and I needed to forcefully cut them with a knife and one was slightly more moist and edible. All the pieces tasted like freezer burn. I doubt they used frozen meats, but it certainly had an odd flavor which was not good. I'll still continue to dine here when I'm in Beaver Creek, but I will now put them on a short leash as far as sending food back if it's prepared poorly.
This review is a composite of several dining experiences during our stay in the area. The service is very slow. Because there is no signage to direct guests to the hostess station, guests enter the seating area from three different points, sometimes seating themselves. The wait staff appear confused about table coverage. The food is good, but not exceptional. The staff are very nice, but there don't seem to be enough of them. It took us a very long time one Friday evening to get a drink at the bar.
We were there for a 4th of July buffet, so the atmosphere was energetic, but we knew that would be the case when we chose outdoor seating by the band! The buffet was wonderful - I had the prime rib, which was divine. The service was a little slow, considering it was a buffet, but very friendly.
Excellent food and overall restaurant! It is rather pricey, but the quality matches the price. We had three children with us and they ate all of their food, had coloring materials for them and kids cups. They also put us in a back section of the dining room, which was nice. The drink and wine selection was wonderful as well!
We stayed at the Park Hyatt Resort & Spa over the weekend for Mom's 70th birthday and Mother's Day getaway. Although we knew it was an in-between seasons time to visit Beaver Creek we were surprised that all the shoppes and restaurants were closed sans 2 open resorts in the Village. We dined both nights at the 8100 Mountainside Grill and were plesantly delighted with the food, presentation, friendliness of the service staff and overall enjoyable dining experience. Quality meals served at proper temperatures. The side dishes and appetizers were wonderful. You've got to order the bacon-wrapped asparagus and the cheddar grits - yum!! Located at the base of the slopes the view was bonus - although it snowed while we were there (!), there is an outer dining space that no doubt could add a nice touch to your dining experience on a warm sunny day.
While skiing in Beaver Creek, had the pleasure to dine at 8100 Mountainside. The restaurant is adjacent to the slopes, literally 75 feet away. I had French onion soup, ham and cheese sandwich (with grilled pears)...both were spectacular. You won't be disappointed, I made another reservation for a few days later because it was so good.
The food and service were terrible! It took two hours for the duration of our meal, my entrée and my husbands both came out cold as if they had been sitting for more than 20 to 30 minutes. We were told that this was because another member of our party, her dinner was accidentally dropped on the floor and needed to be re-fired. Clearly they only refired the one entrée and let everything else sit.
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