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About Bol Dining Room Reservations
Located in Vail’s newest village center, Solaris, Bol offers an experience unlike any other. Bol is a full service restaurant offering fresh, contemporary takes on comfort foods and creative twists on classic American cuisine. Bol has a custom cocktail menu and over 100 bottles of wine. Guests may dine in the chic, modern dining room, at the sixty foot bar, or in the bowling lounge while they bowl. Bol brings a metropolitan vibe to the mountains and has a high standard of service to reflect just that!
Vail, CO 81657
Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 4:00PM - 10:00PM
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12:00PM - 11:00PM
Village Center/South Frontage Road
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
Tuesday Nights 10p-1am / Locals Night
*$3 Bonfire Beers
DJ JAYONE and dance floor.
Saturday Night 10p-1am / Ladies Night
*First Drink Free for Ladies
DJ Stenner and dance floor
Please contact us for catering options!
Parking is available in Solaris underground structure and parking can be validated for up to three hours.
The Town of Vail bus stops directly in front of Solaris.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We host birthdays, corporate retreats, rehaersal dinners, etc. Please contact us for your special occasion!
Bol Dining Room Reservations Ratings and Reviews
Went with a group of 8 for a friends get-together. We ate in the dining room prior to enjoying a few rounds of bowling and after dinner drinks. The food was great - specifically the lobster salad and grilled artichoke. I chose this place because the menu had something for everyone, both taste-wise and price point. Very cool ambiance in both the dining room and bowling "alley". Awesome night out!
We went there after the show at Cinebistro. We tend to do this a lot. We like the food. There are so many good things. It is not the typical food you get at a bowling alley. It is not cheap; however, it is reasonable. When going there we tend to get four small plates and share them with our dining mates. It is a lot less busy in the summer than the winter. We like it both winter and summer. Be careful when parking in the garage. The Cine Bistro gives you four free hours of parking. The restaurant gives you three hours. Do not overstay your free parking allocation no matter where you go. If you do, you will find you have a parking bill of about $40.00 Our friends overstayed the four hours from the show and dinner by about thirty minutes and found they owed forty dollars when they left the garage.
Actual lunch menu bore little to no resemblance to online lunch menu. Instead of multiple sandwiches and other option, the actual menu was more slanted toward dinner-like entrees. We settled for hamburgers, which were fine, but not what we were looking for. Delays in the service added to our woes, but the restaurant was cordial and attempted to make things right. Bol should update their online menu.
The food was fine. We were there for a casual dinner. We expected the noise so that was fine. When we received the bill one glass of wine was $30. The person ordered generic chardonnay. I am not sure what the waiter brought, but this person wouldn't have cared. When you go out for a casual dinner and share an pizza and then have a $70 + bill you are not pleased. Check the price of wine closely.
We enjoyed Bol after a long day of skiing. The food was amazing. We love the pizza, salads, oysters and especially the drinks. Our wait staff was fast and great. The DJ was really really fun. The aptmospher was fun, energetic and entertaining. We will be back!
We enjoyed dining at Bol. The menu had a nice variety and a separate kids menu. It's a pretty big open space so it does carry noise. We went for an early dinner so the noise level wasn't too crazy. And of course you can have fun and bowl if you made reservations or get lucky and there's an opening.
This is a busy loud restaurant, attached to a bowling alley. We were seated quickly, but left w/o service for 10 minutes. Once we got the attention of our waiter, he was very helpful and knowledgeable about the menu. Our order went in behind 2 8 person tables, so it took almost an hour to get our food. Once we got it, it was very tasty. My husband got the chicken, which was fantastic. My daughter loved the duck confit gnocchi & my son enjoyed the Duck duck cow (grilled cheese w duck confit & duck bacon). I had the veg & GF option - chile relleno, which was also delicious. Go eat here, it's loud, but good food.
Overall service was a little slow but we enjoyed the evening. The sommelier was more friendly, attentive and helpful than our server. Very loud environment w DJ, families, and bowling in other room but that made it high energy and casual. Food was good, casual but not boring, not snobbish like other Vail Village restaurants can be. Fun place to eat.
Bol is our new favorite Vail Village restaurant - loved the appetizers and mains. There is something for everybody on the menu. Great DJ and cool ambiance. If you think you want to bowl make sure to make your reservations as early as possible - its a popular spot.
Bol is a great spot in Vail! It also has a fun,cool, social Bowling Alley. I are there For lunch,.The Ahi Tuna is perfect and quite tasty with diced avocado and cucumbers . I'd love to try some other items but the tuna was so good, I may have order that again! I ate at the bar and the bartender/server was very friendly and attentive...and made a great Classic Marguerite with an added shot of Cointreau. Highly recommended!
We returned to Bol this year, because we had an excellent experience last year, and we were sadly disappointed. Last year, the food and atmosphere was excellent. Apparently there is a new chef and the food was mediocre at best. My first plate of food came out cold, the second plate wasn't much better. It was more expensive this year as well. The waitstaff was absolutely terrible. We wanted to order a bottle of wine, and the waiter could not give any information to us. Nor did he even offer to get someone who could help! He brought the bottle out for us to look at. We had to ask for drink/water refills. The music was ridiculously loud. We were very easy-going group and this was a big Thanksgiving disappointment.
Made a vacation reservation in Vail. car that point the menu looked great. Arrived at restaurant, was promptly seated , but buy a family w/ 4 kids; 2 of whom were crying and throwing fits. We are a no-kids couple and the whole inside was open. Ordered drinks and food, but the restaurant was not accommodating to allergies what so ever. Just a blank stare from our server;No budging at all. So we paid for our drinks and left. Menu did not truly indicate what was in dishes; i.e.: gluten, peppers, dairy allergies. Basic stuff.
The food here is underrated, I think. I had the beef carpaccio and it is the best in town. The steak was also good and they have an interesting cocktail and wine list. As an added bonus, the price point is less than most other places in the village for the food quality. It's a great option in Vail.
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