About Bistro Fourteen
Located at the top of the Eagle Bahn Gondola at Eagle’s Nest, this fresh and inspiring restaurant provides fine dining with a casual, family-friendly twist.
Take it to the top for an incredible dining experience at Bistro Fourteen.
Vail, CO 81657
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch 11am - 3pm; Dinner 3pm - 8pm
Open daily for lunch starting Friday December 8th 2017
Open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, starting Tuesday December 19th 2017
Bistro Bar will be open 11-3pm from November 23 November (opening day)
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
House dining music. Four televisions for sporting events.
Park in the Lionshead public parking structure and make your way towards the
Take the Gondola to the top of the mountain and Bistro Fourteen is
located just inside the building.
Lionshead bus stop.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private dining rooms or the option of buying the restaurant out.
Private Party Contact:
Group Sales: (970) 754-4515
Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bistro Fourteen Ratings and Reviews
They cancelled our reservation because the power to the gondola went out. Though Vail Mountain was able to to bring guests up the mountain to the Game Creek Club for dinner. They left a very unfriendly voicemail and didn't even offer to reschedule or give us other dining options. Just poor customer service overall.
We had a great lunch although they were out of one of the appetizers that we really wanted to try. Waitress was very nice. Even brought my daughter a bag of candy since she couldn't eat the desserts due to peanut allergy. French onion soup was good. Husband had turkey pot-pie which he really enjoyed. Daughter had rigatoni from kids menu and liked it very much.
We visited as a family and enjoyed riding the gondola to the restaurant and the amazing views over the mountain - we also had fun heading back down in the dark and the views of the stars are unbelievable. The restaurant it's self is casual and very family friendly. The food was good and there were more options than in other family restaurants we visited but the quality wasn't amazing for the price. The beer and wine options were good.
For fine dining, go to Larkspur or The 10th. Actually Two Elks food is better than this, though it's cafeteria and this is sit-down. Shrimp PoBoy is mostly bread, shrimp bland. Good peel-on french fries. Chicken tacos are very dry, guac ok but not super fresh. No Champagne by the glass. Best thing is carafes of ice water waiting on the table, and convenient location inside the main building across and slightly uphill from Pride Express lift.
I went there for years because of the exceptional Ahi tuna entree and I was disapponited with the substitute. The waiter told us the dish was "moved" by the chef to another restaurant of theirs. Now I feel the food is just good, not exceptional or very good.
Had a great time with my wife and two young kiddos. The only negative of the night was it took us getting up after 10-15m to get a waiter to come to our table to get our drink order. Other than that, the food was delicious and the evening was fantastic. This is a must for anyone traveling to Vail. Great food and drinks for the entire family
8 of us ate, 2 had to send food back because it was undercooked and cold. They microwaved both meals, so when returned, they were uneatable. Service (Maxwell) started out really well and then disappeared, which is strange as the restaurant wasn't half full. For lunch, when skiing, it's ok.
We ate here after our hike up and down mid-mountain. It is loud and anywhere from families to couples were dining here for lunch the day we ate there. The service was slow, drinks arrived fairly quickly but it took forever to get our burgers and sandwiches. It was a great place to eat after hiking and considering we were hot and sweaty, we would eat there again if in the same situation.
Food and service were great. We especially enjoyed the Two for Tuesday deal. One minor complaint: menu said 18% gratuity added for parties of six or more. We were two and nevertheless had the 18% automatically added. We were pleased enough with the service that there was no need to complain, but Bistro Fourteen should resolve this discrepancy.
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