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About Beaver Creek Chophouse
Located slopeside, at the base of the Centennial Lift in Beaver Creek Village, the Beaver Creek Chophouse sits amidst all of the action and all of the beauty of Beaver Creek Mountain. Serving a comprehensive lunch menu, featuring an assortment of soups, salads, sandwiches, and hot entrees, in addition to an incomparable dinner selection filled with fantastic steaks and fresh seafood; this restaurant melds delicious cuisine with stunning views, a welcoming staff and a luxurious atmosphere to create an unparalleled dining experience.
Avon, CO 81620
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Après: Monday - Sunday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Don't miss the mind-blowing performance of our in-house magician. Dan Fleshman! You truly won't believe your eyes. Disappearing nightly at the Beaver Creek Chophouse, 5:30pm - 8:30pm, Wednesday through Friday.
Parking for our restaurant guests is available at the nearby Ford Hall public parking structure located in the Beaver Creek Village.
The local bus system runs to the Beaver Creek Village on a very regular basis. Additionally, within the Beaver Creek Village there is a call on demand bus service to take guests throughout Beaver Creek.
Private Party Facilities:
The Beaver Creek Chophouse is the perfect location for any event, large or small. Located slopeside, at the base of the Centennial Lift in Beaver Creek Village, the Chophouse not only provides a fabulous menu, but a magnificent atmosphere as well. Whether you are holding a business meeting, a mixer, or a wedding reception, the Beaver Creek Chophouse is the ideal local for groups of all kinds and sizes. For more information on, and pictures of, our banquet facilities please visit our website or contact the restaurant directly.
Private Party Contact:
Suzy Melson: (970) 845-0555
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Beaver Creek Chophouse Ratings and Reviews
Not many options in Beaver Creek I was expecting better decor, presentation etc. I’m a big believer in price is only an issue in the absence of value and sorry but your establishment does not command $50 for an à la carte filet mignon. I couldn’t say that I’d be going back on our next visit to Beaver or would recommend to a friend.
Here’s my honest review
Overall best meal of the weekend
Service / waitress was great and timely
Had best seat in the house looking out over the slopes and grooming machines at night.
Bar next door was extremely loud, fire alarm went off for 20 minutes, It’s hard to call yourself fine dining when you allow a magician to pimp your patrons. He saw we had kids and we were immediately a target. He’s good no doubt but he introduced himself as perhaps the general manager. By the time I realized he was a magician, he was already in....perhaps that’s the art I guess
Veal T-Bone was awesome! Food was super and wine list was very good as well. Best, is to ensure you don't seat near the kitchen unless you like it hot. We would have ordered another bottle of wine, dessert and after dinner drinks, but we couldn't tolerate the heat.
Great location and nice room. Service good but food ordinary and prices excessive. We have been coming here for more than 10 years, however our visits are increasingly infrequent, which is a pity. It used to be a great slope-side saloon with good, moderately-priced food appropriate for an informal post-slope dinner. While the food is unchanged, the prices suggest "fine dining" which is it isn't. $56 for an average NY strip steak with no side dishes is laughable, compared with what the same money would buy in a top rated NYC restaurant (or even a good local restaurant such as Splendido or Grouse Mountain Grill). As DT might say ... "SAD".
I would not recommend this restaurant. The noise level is extremely loud making normal conversations impossible. The tables are very close together. The service is lousy. We waited over 20 minutes before we were even offered water, much less taking our drink orders. It took over an hour for our entrees to arrive. We were offered free desserts to compensate for the poor service. The noise level plus the poor service were simply too much to overcome. There are much better places in Beaver Creek with good food, good service, and reasonable noise levels.
Incredible location. Great food, and excellent service. Very easy to get to, and always perfect. Have been coming for years, tried everything else many, many times. Most concierges seem unenthused, and will send you to lesser venues. They simply must be getting kick backs!
We have been dining here for 10+ years. Worst experience ever and most importantly the problems were never addressed by the waitress, manager or hostess. Totally unacceptable for a restaurant of this caliber and their following in the vail valley. Seafood tower, salads and entrees all served basically at the same time. No apologies, make it right whatsoever. The middle of our table looked like a pile of dirty dishes as we finished our first course and made room for the other plates on our table. EPIC FAIL ON ALL FRONTS. DISAPPOINTING!
Highly disappointed in this visit to BC Chophouse. Been many times and very pleased however this time was lacking. Made reservations weeks ago, but we were seated in the bar and was told I requested this. I did not. Refused to seat us anywhere else. Took 25 minutes to get drinks. Then waiter forgot one drink for another 20 minutes, blaming it on the bartender but also needing to be reminded what the drink was again???? Food was great. Wanted dessert but waiter never came back, had to ask another waiter for a check. This was 1 hour and 45 minutes into meal. We just wanted it to be over. Also asked twice for magician to come over. Waiter said he would get him, never did. Paid over $500 for the meal and left in a bad mood because of the service.
Even though we made our reservations well in advance (via Open Table), we were informed that we had to either eat in the bar or wait 45 minutes for a table. If it was just my wife and I, we would be more flexible, but we made the reservation because we have two children and either option required a compromise that seems unacceptable. Although we have very much enjoyed our previous visits to this restaurant, this most receipt experience was very disappointing.
When we got to the restaurant, we were overcome by mostly young children, and folks just off the lifts in ski hats and pants. Unkept and unprofessional . Our server forgot my lobster tail add on and the manager advised us of this at the time our steak was served. He offered a dessert as compensation. We started to eat our steaks. One was cooked properly, One was medium instead of medium rare. All in all, the food and service could have been obtained at Outback for about 130 less. Value to quality, and service is terrible. I will not return.
I am a local, and this was probably the worst dinner I have ever had in the valley. My sons hamburger was well done ( he ordered it medium) our seafood platter was “wet”. It was as if the crab and lobster were sitting in water, not on top of ice.
We had a reservation and walked into a mostly empty restaurant ( only 2 tables of 2 were occupied). The hostess was confused with what table to seat us at. The couple near us had ordered steaks. She ordered hers very well done, she keep sending her steak back because it kept coming out rare. She finally gave up.
This place should close its doors!!
The food was amazing and that’s coming from a chef for 6 Years. Also my friend and I who are both military came in the kitchen closed due to off season it was about 8:30 pm when we came in and the kitchen closed at 8 but the bartender asked the chef if he could cook for us and he said of course that’s what I do which was awesome so thanks for the great and wonderful staff especially the chef and bartender that made the night for us because we didn’t know where else to go at the time and let so thank you so much for everyone at the restaurant it made are night
Very poor quality food. The salad was wilted and tasteless, the steak was cold, and the dessert was clearly pre-made by the food distributor. Very disappointing for a place with such high prices. Luckily I was there for the Restaurant Week deal, so it wasn’t a total rip-off. Saving graces are the location and great view of the mountain.
We each ordered the Petite Filet was $49.00 which were not warm. They were large steaks and very thick, but ordered medium and they were both medium well. The service was slow, but we were not in a hurry. The location is at the bottom of a ski slope and in the Beaver Creek Village. We really enjoyed the village and wanted a good steak. We would select a different restaurant in the future.
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