Join us this summer for what just might be the best brunch available on any mountain, anywhere! You’ll be greeted by a complimentary mimosa, a chilled buffet, an array of brunch inspired entrée choices, and finish with a delectable dessert buffet. To take a peek at the summer brunch menu, please visit:
Summer Brunch Dates:
July: 1st, 7th & 8th, 15th, July 21st, July 28th & 29th
August: 4th & 5th, 12th, 18th & 19th
Winter: Sundays at 10:30am
Lunch: Summer: Closed. Winter: Thursday - Saturday
Dinner: Summer: Friday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 8:30pm Winter: Wednesday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Drive through Keystone Resort and turn right onto East Keystone Road (River Run Village Sign). Turn left onto Gondola Road. Turn right into "Montezuma Free Parking Lot" and park. Walk through the center of River Run Village toward the base of the mountain. Check in at the River Run Gondola exit lane. Board the River Run Gondola. Exit the River Run Gondola and walk across the summit to board the Outpost Gondola. Enjoy a 20 minute ride to North Peak.
Bartender and chef were great. Nice view of course and is an event just getting there, would recommend. It seemed a tad pretentious via waitstaff but otherwise was great.
Missing the “A team”. Service was not up to par!!! Very disappointed!
We had a fabulous dinner at Alpenglow Stube. The ride up in the gondolas is fun, watch for elk & deer. The care that the staff takes of each table is super. We were at first disappointed that stube had done away with much of their wine list, but our waiter, Jeff, was knowledgeable and we were happy with the bottle we chose. Our meal was the best that we have had at Alpenglow Stube. We will be back for a winter meal, I hope!
Enjoyed the experience by taking two gondolas. Food was not as good as I expected of a 5 Star restaurant. A good place for a special occasion.
Overall we had a good meal and the trip up/back to the restaurant was amazing! We saw 3 moose and a beautiful sunset on the way back down. The disappointment was the service, especially for the price point of the meal. Our server told us how he has been there for 12 yrs so we were expecting great service. He barely checked on us & never offered fresh pepper for our $60 entrees. When we did request it he seemed annoyed and told us how busy he was, they were short staffed and had servers that had never worked the dinner shift working...not our problem and this should not effect us like it did not should we be told this. We had told him that my friends zucchini side for her steak was burnt and he said he would tell the kitchen, never offered to replace it or resurrect the situation, again a complete disappointment in service and definitely some re-training is needed. You should not be paying over $600 for a meal for 4 and not have top knotch service.
This is a sweet lodge restaurant in a stunning setting and service is excellent. However, the food is truly their downfall. First- portion sizes: the waiter assured us that the restaurant specialized in a full, four course experience and thus portions were created with four courses in mind (not too big) we ordered 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and 1 dessert and ended up with WAY WAY too much food. Further, most entrees are about $50. They would be better off serving half the size entree at half the price if they actually want to achieve a comfortable 4 course dining experience. Second- the food itself: major issues on the quality of food here. Very over composed dishes with few interesting flavors, absolutely atrocious dessert we could not even eat. A more simple menu, that could be well executed and with more thoughtful portion sizing and pricing would help this place immensely.
This is too bad as this restaurant should be better due to the location and experience on top of the mountain. It just seems like they do not care. They did not have campari for the cocktail that I ordered, they way over-cooked the foie gras and their wine menu pricing was all screwed up. Overall the food was just not that good or interesting. There are way better bets in the area (Keystone Ranch, Vinny's or Relish)...
Food was just ok, which is too bad considering the price. But the service was excellent and the views are beautiful.
Overpriced for what you get. Bar isn’t stocked unless you drink scotch. The two main entrees were barely edible due to sauces and accompaniments. Cool view and gondola ride but not worth it.
Very very bad!!!
Today the food was subpar and very disappointing first meal was “Apple and Fennel Stuffed Pork Chop” the chop was over cooked and tuff to eat. 2nd meal was “Veal Schnitzel” the veal was over cooked and tuff, any German restaurant will make a better veal dish. This meat was from of a animal to old to be called veal.
The only beef on the menu was “Wood Fired Hanger Steak” $55.
Great quality food is long remembered and price forgotten, but poor quality food at high price is not forgotten or forgiven.
We have dine at this restaurant many times in the years that we ski Keystone it was a AAA Four Diamond not one Diamond today.
After leaving the stube the couple that was seated at the next table was on the Gondola, they were celebrating 50 wedding anniversary, they also felt the food was very bad they spent $200 for it. We spent over $100. I was celebrating my 77 birthday special diner for my Birthday. No one replied to my complaint, I did leave phone #'s and email.
View was very over-rated. While it is on a mountaintop, it faces the forest. No view at all.
Special dinner with old friends from out of town
2nd visit this season. Price seems to gave gone up and pass holder discount no longer honored.
Great experience but a bit over priced.
The Alpenglow Stube is one of the finest restaurants we have ever been to. It exists on the top of the mountain at Keystone Ski area. The ambiance and service is incredible. Some of the menu items have changed with a new chef. We missed our favorite blue crab salad which is no longer available. Hopefully it will return, it was extra special. It is the most romantic restaurant in the universe, and of course it is way out located over 10,000 feet up in the stunning Rocky Mountains.
Lovely setting, and fun to take the gondolas to the restaurant.
What an amazing experience. We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary and we had a fantastic evening. The ride up on the gondola was incredible and the dining experience was fabulous!
What a beautiful setting for Sunday brunch! The staff was friendly and professional. We were offered mimosas and fruit, pastries and cheeses from the buffet to begin and afterwards were presented with our entrees. Everything was delicious!
Riding a gondola to brunch is always a special occasion.
Food was good and the atmosphere was very nice. Part of the experience is riding the two gondolas to the top of the mountain to get there. Nice wine list for that special occasion.
Had an amazing experience the food was spectacular!
During a recent stay at the Keystone resort, we wanted to have a special dinner at the AlpenglowStube because of its reputation for excellent food and wonderful atmosphere.
Other than the food itself, it was a lovely dinner.
The gondola rides to the top of the mountain were fun and gave us great views. Upon our (early) arrival we were greeted by the host, who took out coats and seated us in the bar area until our table was ready.
Unfortunately, some of our meal options were very disappointing. Gristle in the veal chop made it inedible, and the crust on our dessert tart was too tough to cut. The entree selections of the other 2 diners in our party were satisfactory but certainly not as delicious as expected.
The service, however, was excellent. We had a wonderful waiter, who was knowledgeable, pleasant, and efficiently attentive. When told about the entree, he apologized, removed the charge from the check, and informed the chef.
Based on our experience I would be very hesitant to recommend this restauant to a friend. The meal itself was very disappointing, and even more so, considering the prices and the restaurant's rating.
We love this restaurant and frequently eat there, especially for special occasions. Our most recent visit was not up to par, however, we will return based on past experiences.
What a beautiful setting the restaurant has - the gondola ride made the dinner feel extra special, and the views from the windows make it feel like a refined outpost in a gorgeous natural setting. Although we arrived 20 minutes prior to our reservation and the restaurant was empty save three tables, the host had us wait until our reservation time to seat us, which made for an awkward wait. The food was fairly good for fine dining, though more 'standard fine fare' and less creative/interesting/novel. For the price, I would say the food was marginal. The atmosphere is the crutch of this restaurant and makes the whole experience feel more special. I probably wouldn't have written a review except to share that our server was absolutely awful. She appeared to have no experience in the service industry and made the meal feel awkward; uninformed and seemingly uninterested in the food (constantly reading in monotone from her notes), over-explaining the obvious (like how to use the menu to choose the food that we wanted to eat for the evening), and not helping meaningfully with choices. It was not what I've come to expect in a fine dining experience.
The ride to the restaurant and the views from the restaurant were fabulous. Sunset and a glass of wine seated by the window is what it’s all about. Unfortunately, the food is mostly average and everything was way too salty the night we dined. It would have been a perfect evening if the food had matched the view., but this is an experience place and not really a foodie spot.
Having eaten here before, we were disappointed that the quality and service was not up to par. The bartender was so slow, and drinks were not balanced well. Staff was casual and not as attentive. The food was good but certainly not exceptional. I heard there has been a kitchen turnover- disappointing.
Wow..a romantic, beautiful dining experience.
The gondola ride down after dinner was beautiful with the orange sunset. What a great way to finish off a wonderful dining experience.
Overall quite good. However, we felt like we were forced into ordering things that were not necessary just to keep the chef from having his flow disrupted.
Also, our waiter was not entirely honest about the size of the appetizer serving.
As usual, we had a great time! The entire experience is worth the trip and expense. We will be back next Season!
Easter dinner was fabulous
The highest altitude, gourmet dining spot in the US (the world?). James and Charlie did a great job hosting our family for Easter brunch. Easter brunch was a little more casual than you might find this restaurant at night. We were the only ones in Easter attire - and a lot of people in their ski clothes. No worries though. A good time and good wine was had by all.
The food was really amazing and the service is awesome.
Location is beautiful and the views are breath taking.
We sat at the Chef's table and they were super professional and friendly.
Loved the menu.
Will definitely recommend it to friends and family and come back!
Usually service is exceptional. This evening the was a large group there for a surprise engagement and our service was slow as a result
This was a mindblowing experience, especially for the friend I took. The gondola ride was obviously very memorable, but what was most impressive was the quality of both food and service coming at a cost comparable to a high end restaurant at sea level. With no view. Thanks for that. I can afford to come back every visit.
I've always had a great experience here. I ordered the rabbit as my main entree, for $44 I got 4 bite size pieces of rabbit paired with about 8 gnocchi bites. It was disappointing for the amount of money I paid for a dish that was so small. I wish they told me how small it was going to be, or I would've ordered something else. I'm also not one to complain about what I eat, but the dish was also not every warm, I didn't say anything. I should've though for the high standards of the restaurant. Do not order the rabbit, the amount of food served was meant to feed a small rabbit not satisfy a human's hunger.
The Alpenglow provided us an enjoyable evening in a fantastic environment. Service was excellent. We were allowed to linger without pressure, but the waiter and bus staff never left us waiting if something was needed. The bread and salads were very good. However the main courses and deserts did not quite match their high price. The food was good, but not exceptional. I would recommend this restaurant for special occasions because the location is so great.
We have gone to A/S for years. This year the Sunday brunch was disappointing. The brunch buffet had fewer items. The wild boar BLT was skimpy on the boar and heavy on the bread and lettuce. The server brought the next course without removing the previous course’s dirty dishes. Overall, the meal was not up to par with previous year’s meals...(seemed skimpy)...and the service was sub-par except for the pre-lunch cocktail at the bar.
Wonderful atmosphere !
We loved the ambiance and the details
It is really cool to open your menu and find your name there
The courses were just the right size
We also found a reasonable bottle of wine that was very nice
We are looking forward to coming back for another dining experience
We had a lovely lunch on our last day at Keystone. We took advantage of the coat/boot/helmet check to offload our ski equipment, and put on the comfy slippers. It made for a relaxing break in the middle of a day of skiing.
Great beer selection, wine list seemed diverse although we did not order any wine...will save that for next time when we visit for dinner. The food was good, fresh, well prepared. The service was fantastic. Michael, the bartender was very friendly and conversational. As was Charles our server.
The lifts and gondola closed for a period of time due to weather, which could have been an inconvenience. But the staff took good care of us, providing complimentary drinks and desserts, and great conversation while we waited to be allowed to ski out.
We look forward to coming back next year.