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About Permanently Closed - Atwater on Gore Creek
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Atwater on Gore Creek is located in the beautiful Vail Cascade Condominiums. Enjoy the mountain creek view with a morning coffee while dining on the Brioche French toast or house cured salmon lox. Stop by after a long day of skiing or just bring the family out to dinner. Start out by dining on warm skillet Focaccia bread that is baked fresh daily and topped with churned honey butter or Colorado peach jam. Warm up with a bowl of roasted butternut squash soup or the smoked pheasant soup. Atwater suggests beer pairing for all the main dishes and offers a full bar so that you are sure to have the perfect drink along with the meal.
Atwater is very health conscious and takes great care for patrons with food allergies. It accommodates those with gluten intolerance or food allergies such as seafood or nuts. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are available.
Vail, CO 81657
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Seasonal Apres Ski Entertainment
Complimentary Valet with Dinner
Free transportation available through Vail Cascade shuttle service. Shuttle stops in Lionshead and Vail Village.
Private Party Facilities:
Semi-private dining room availble for large parties. Contact Mark Roberts for information and menus.
Beautiful venue for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners and private events! Please call 970-479-7014 for information regarding weddings and buyouts in Atwater on Gore Creek.
Private Party Contact:
Chris Bates: (970) 479-7014
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Atwater on Gore Creek - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
I have been to this restaurant in the past, but the menu has been updated and there is also a variety of craft beers that are available. The menu includes some beer and food pairings if that is something that interests you. We started our meal with an order of mussels and some barbecue lamb meatballs. Both appetizers were enough for our party of four to share, and they were delicious. As entrees we each had something different; a smoked pork shank, salmon, diver scallops, and roasted cauliflower ravioli in a butternut cream sauce. Portions were large and everything was beautifully presented and well prepared. The restaurant is expensive, but I think it is comparable to many other restaurants in the Vail area. Service was good; but when the restaurant became crowded, we had difficulty getting our waiter's attention for the final check.
Under experienced wait staff. Poorly put together food.
Caesar salad was poor. Wet lettuce? are you kidding me. Did not spin lettuce dry and served a dressing that was not creamy at all but more oil and vinegar based. Pumpkin farro risotto that: A. Was so dry it became paste like on my plate within 10 minutes and B. had WAY TO MUCH GARLIC. Not just a little too much but so much I can not believe who ever made it tasted it and thought to themselves " yes this is pretty good".
2 plates that we specifically made changes to, no pistachios to came to the table loaded with plenty of them.
Poor dinner service. They need help in the back and the front
Just got into Vail and was able to get an early reservation for three. Started with the mussells since I had read about them. They didn't disappoint. Lots of flavor and very tender! Even my kids enjoyed them and had never had mussels before. I had the pumpkin tortellini. My daughter had the turkey burger and fries and my son had the barbecue chicken pizza. We all were thrilled with our choices. Good service and nice atmosphere. I would definitely go back.
Has really good food and our waitress was really nice it was romantic and looked luxurious made me feel spoiled prices are high but it's worth it and at the end we thought it was going to be even more then we guessed so it wasn't to expensive for us after all.
The location of this restaurant (inside a hotel) means you will have families and potential crowds. Make a reservation in advance (through open table). The service was excellent and friendly, food was good and the location is perfect for taking an after dinner walk along the river. There is a nice bar area outside the restaurant if you do need to wait for a while.
We are staying at the Cascade Hotel and this is their restaurant. The food was very good with generous portions. I had the sea bass both nights we went, and my wife's pork shank was delicious and falling off the bone. The fish was expertly cooked and flavorful. My only suggestion would be that the restaurant could be laid out/organized/decorated differently to give it a more elegant look. Then it would match the chef's presentation.
We were greeted by a very friendly hostess that asked if the evening was a special event. We modestly noted that it was an anniversary night. The wait staff was very helpful with my wife's gluten free dietary needs. Several quality options existed for her. Prices were what we expected for a quality restaurant in Vail. We were treated with a special and complimentary dessert for our occasion.
One note is that we learned that this restaurant is about 1.5 to 2 miles down valley from Vail Village. A separate shuttle service connects Vail Village and Vail Cascade Complex. Ask the reservationist for guidance. It is not directly serviced by the main Village bus.
This was a quiet and relaxing venue with an excellent view of the Vail mountainside. The service was prompt, friendly and helpful. The salmon sandwich on gluten free bread was excellent, as was the pub burger. Cooked perfectly. The chipotle maple aioli accompanying the sweet potato fries was superb. Also enjoyed the flour less chocolate cake.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for an upscale but casual dining experience. The menu is varied and friendly to vegetarian and gluten sensitive diets, and the staff is accommodating and willing to help with dietary needs.
Was expecting more. Slow service even though the restaurant was having a slow night. Food was ok... Not great. Was very formal looking in the pictures online, but pretty bland in person. Was supposed to be romantic dinner, but there was boxing on the tv. I was disappointed.
Ivan was beyond outstanding! We had dinner there to celebrate our honeymoon and my husbands birthday. The starters and entrees were a generous portion and you could tell the chef put care into everything that came out if the kitchen. I have been wanted to go back for their yellow lentil hummus....fantastic!!! I would recommend this resturant to anyone in the Vail area.
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