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About Black Diamond Bistro
Whether you are drawn to the ambience of a wood burning fire, 180 degree views of Beaver Creek Mountain, après deals second to none or simply wanting something familiar, the Black Diamond Bistro will delight. We offer a Contemporary American menu, what some might call ‘Comfort Food’. We are proud to source as many organic and local ingredients as possible, including natural Colorado chicken and top choice Angus beef and make all of our dressings and sauces in house. Order up a local Colorado craft beer or spirit or peruse our approachable boutique wine list but either way, …stay, enjoy and relax.
Beaver Creek, CO 81620
Hours of Operation:
Apres Bar opens at 3pm.
Dinner : 5:30pm - 9:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Black Diamond Catering provides extensive catering services through out The Charter at Beaver Creek.
Enjoy complimentary valet parking at the hotel.
Beaver Creek Transportation offers complimentary shuttles within the resort, please call (970) 949-1938.
Private Party Facilities:
Wine room perfect for party from 10 to 35 people
Private Party Contact:
Molly Furtado: (970) 845-3163
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wine
Black Diamond Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Beautiful restaurant, nice ambiance, elegant. Expensive but not overpriced for Beaver Creek. Very attentive service. Two of three dishes were delicious (ribeye and chicken). Mushroom ragout was lackluster - 2 of us had it and would not order again. Outstanding shrimp appetizer. We would go back.
The service was outstanding! We were celebrating my daughters 13th Birthday with her friends and the server was very attentive. The food was excellent and they had a good variety. Two of us had steaks and they were prepared exactly as we had asked. Would definitely dine here again and recommend.
Our server Andrew was super efficient and considerate. My father ordered 5 different things while I only ordered 1; I thought I would be waiting forever for my food. Thankfully, Andrew came out with all the plates quickly. He was also kind to call a shuttle back to our hotel.
Our waitress was friendly and the atmosphere nice. But the cheeseburger was raw inside, and after sending it back and taking it "to go" because it took so long, we got home to find it was a marginally better "rare" (we ordered it medium-well). Can only speculate why... The kids' meatballs were very spicy, even for adults. So not a successful culinary experience but we were there during a very busy time and perhaps this wasn't the norm.
Homey, not elegant atmosphere, nice for a relaxing meal in the mountains. Staff were very friendly and efficient. Everyone enjoyed their meals, ranging from ribs, snapper, mushroom ragout veggie options, and pizza. The waiter recommended a nice half bottle of wine for two of us, who opted for wine. Compared to many of the overpriced and crowded restaurants at Beaver Creek, this is an excellent option. A little out of the hubhub of the village at the Charter.
Enjoyed our family Christmas dinner at the Black Diamond. We asked for a table by the window well in advance but were seated in the corner instead. The table by the window sat empty almost our entire meal, but we ended up fine tucked away in a quiet corner. The Hanger steak was nothing special but the Red Snapper and Lamb Shank was fantastic with creative flavors and presentation. Expected better as far as overall dining room ambiance and decor, but the service and food quality made up for it.
We had Christmas dinner with Black Diamond Bistro.
We had traveled for most of the day, so we were tired.
Since it was Christmas, I expected more of a "special " meal/feeling/treatment while dining.
It felt like an ordinary meal.
Server was nice but busy - drinks were slow.
Food was great.
The food and service was very good unfortunately the ambience is far below Beavercreek standards. I would only go back if you were to dim the lights by 50 Percent, maybe put a few votive candles on tables and add a few more inviting chairs to the dining room. You have a wonderful location and opportunity to attract a local following,but the plastic almost diner atmosphere is completely uninviting. The entrance with the fireplace and attractive seating sets the stage for a delightful evening but once one enters the dining room all is lost. Apparently the staff is aware but The management is not receptive. Really too bad. Pam Kross a 25 year resident
Drawbacks were - noise levels coming from table next to us on the patio.
Patio is not very wide, so even tables of 4 are crowded.
Lastly, we went there because of the advertised "great views", but the only thing you can see are the plants hanging in front of you and the pine trees blocking the pool. Small slivers of the ski runs were visible, but not enough to justify the "great views" advertising.
Food and service were great, but it is not a quiet place for visiting, we were in a room with two other tables with children ranging in age from 18 months to teenagers and it was very noisy. At one point the waiter, while trying to take our order had to ask the small children to please stop blowing in their straws so he could hear. Lunch might be quieter because most people are on the mountain.
The bar area had two large TV's with sporting events and some tables for dining.
The pizza was good but the rest of the food was not. Ribs were dry and tasteless. Salad was mostly just iceberg lettuce . This is primarily a hotel bar with some food. If you are staying in the hotel and just want pizza I guess it is fine but we walked from our hotel to this place to have a nice meal. It was not worth the walk.
We were able to get in at the last minute, which was a big plus. Liked that there was a wide variety on the menu from pizza (looked good, but we didn't try), to more complex foods. Veggies were perfectly cooked (not overdone) and meats were done to order. Fish was pretty good too. Can be a loud after-skiing crowd, with lots of bog tables. Good for both kids and adults.
Food was great and service was exceptional. We got served right away and were able to order quickly as we had a long day on the slopes skiing. The menu was varied enough that one of us had salad, pizza and cocktails and the other had a gourmet meal of salmon and vegetables plus a good glass of wine.
When we are in the Vail/BC area, we make it a point to have dinner at the Black Bistro. Its a gem in the valley and not well known but once you eat there, you will go back time and again.
Visited the Black Diamond Bistro in the Charter Hotel the evening before the Beaver Creek Talons Challenge. We made a relatively early reservation so the place was pretty quiet when we arrived. It picked up during the course of the evening. Our group included people with a wide variety of food preferences. Everyone was able to find something that fit their needs, from ribs to pizzas and sandwiches. Reviews on the food were good all around. The restaurant is a little ways down the hill from the main slope-side Beaver Creek action, but it was a pleasant stroll there and we took the free shuttle back up to our parking location. I would return and would recommend the restaurant to my friends.
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