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Delicious entrees. Cocktails were out of this world. Black Bass, steak, French onion soup, BBQ Oysters.
Appetizer menu is excellent.
The food exceeded our expectations
Wow! La Tour is really the best restaurant in the Vail Valley. The food was amazing and delicious. The service was outstanding. Truly a spectacular dinner.
Outstanding food and service. LaTour is always fantastic.
Our first time dining at La Tour and we were very pleased with our service and our meal. I would definitely recommend this to anyone visiting Vail.
Unfortunately they had us waiting 30 min for the table! The hostess mistakenly skipped us and this was very upsetting.
Has been one of my faves for years. May have hit a bad night but poor service and mediocre food. So sad
Food very average.
We used to live in Vail and drove over from Dillon for my bday. Everything was great! Only issue we had is that our server didn’t bring us bread, so we had to ask. Also our oysters didn’t come with lemon or cocktail sauce. We love La Tour!
Heard about La Tour from a friend who lives in Vail and dined last Monday night. We found the menu to be more varied than other fine dining restaurants in Vail. The wine list has reasonably priced selections if you are not in a mood to spurge. Wine by the glass program was good. The sommelier was helpful without being snobby. Overall experience - we would defiantly return and recommend La Tour.
La Tour remains the very best restaurant in Vail. The food is absolutely delicious, creative and beautifully presented. The service is impeccable. Although it is expensive, it is worth every dollar. You can find no better restaurant in Vail and we have been to nearly all. I highly recommend La Tour if you are interested in fine dining and a meal you will long remember.
Important client dinner.
We always make sure and eat at least one dinner at LaTour every time we are in Vail. Simply one of the best restaurants in Vail Village.
Great little restaurant. Enjoyed the ambiance. The escargot and foie gras were delicious. My wife and I both had the black truffle marinated black cod which was devine. As others have noted, the food could have come out a little warmer which is really my only knock on the place. Service was terrific. David, the wine sommelier, took great care of us. The 10th Mountain bourbon chocolate mousse cake was a fabulous way to end the evening.
Initially tried to serve the incorrect vintage wine. The Som said they must have made a mistake on the menu. Lobster appetiser came out with a burnt half bun on the side that looked like the beginning of a Subway. Steamed potatoes with fish had bad eyes left on and we were told it was done for added “flavour”. Entrees were bland and the fish served with Japanese seaweed and shaved truffle just didn’t work visually or in terms of flavours. We were given a free dessert but it just didn’t compensate. $300US for two people with no dessert added insult to injury. We have been going there for years to enjoy traditional French food but you could no longer call it a French restaurant and sadly we won’t be back. Au revoir!
Made reservations for 12 about one month prior. They sat us in the bar next to the swing door going into the kitchen.
They told us they couldn’t put us in the dining room because of all the reservations they had. Had I known we were going to be seated on the bar, I would have gone somewhere else. Not going back.
I've been visiting La Tour each year for many years and it's still my favorite restaurant in Vail.
Terrific food. One of the best in Vail
Ordered sole fish which was served as dry fillets instead of whole. Fish was dry. Possibly pre cooked. This use to be a great restaurant. Service and cocktails very good tho.
I’ve been eating at LaTour since it opened. Food came out on the cool side which is a disappointment. Also rather saucy.
3 % surcharge????
Also sign stating tips are employers property to be distributed did not air well with me at all!!
Very good dinner with friends at La Tour. Good selection on the menu and everyone was happy with what they ordered. A little off-putting that you need to order bread and pay $6 for it. I would recommend dining here however. Staff very friendly and accommodating.
The black truffle cod was a taste of heaven on earths!
They need a GM in place. Food was great - service was clustered and confused. A few waiters and waitresses did not conduct their business professionally. It comes down to training.
Not the same. We have been going here for over 20 years and lately (the last year or so) things have really fallen off significantly. Service is rushed - we got our salads before cocktails, had to ask for bread basket, soup arrived within 2 minutes of the wine orde, entrees arrived within 10 minutes of ordering.. Our whole meal was over in 45 minutes - not something memorable. We had two different people waiting on us who asked the same questions within minutes of each other.
Too bad but cannot recommend La Tour anymore.
La Tour is a long time (30 + years) favorite of ours and never fails to renew our experiences.
This place went way down hill. Cold food. Wrong drink orders. Broken silverware. Very disappointed.
Right in Vail Village. Delicious food and great service. I would definitely visit again the next time I am in Vail.
Charging for bread for the table is ridiculous
It was nice restaurant in a past, but sometimes changed into the worse directions... the menu is completely different. The lamb and the salmon were cold and not were prepared not the way we ordered . They bring the food in the hot plate but the food is only worm. Bread was not fresh . Will never giver go back.
Food is consistently well-done. Every year, when we come to Vail, this is a definite stop for us. The lamb rack was very good with a tasty jus, fava beans, olives, which went very well with the Meyer lemon gelee. The accompanying cauliflower gnocchi were fluffy. Husband & brother had the Fideua, which they felt were good, not great.
Sadly, since about two years ago, bread is no longer complimentary. $6 will get you ricotta, olives, butter with pink sea salt along with three types of cold bread. We'd have preferred to have free bread only as the other stuff didn't justify being nickel and dimed. Also, there used to be a complimentary post-dinner hot chocolate shooter, which is apparently no longer served. But if you didn't know any better, this place would be worth coming to.
Lastly, bring a flashlight because you won't be able to see your food.
There was a nearby table of 5 that was so loud and yelling, it made our dinner unpleasant. Neither the waiter nor the matre d' who was nearby quieted them. Finally a fellow at the table next to them spoke to them and I got up and went over to ask them to be considerate. They quieted down then.
I just think food used to be much better.
We have dinner every year at La Tour during our annual ski vacations to Vail. In our opinion, it is the best restaurant in Vail. The food is always superb (including an amazing Dover soul entree--you don't expect to get fish this fresh and well-prepared in the middle of Colorado!).
I’ve never been to a restaurant where they charge you for bread.
Cheapens the experience.
Was there last year 2018 and had much better experience
Once again Chef Paul, Chef Sammie, and Chef Nathan hit it out of the park. Great food, ambiance, and service. La Tour is truly living up to the Vail standard. Impressive wine list with the best sommelier in the valley. Overall an impressive and delicious experience.
LaTour is great but this time around not so for us. At 8:30 reservation, table not available. Dover sole was very good but they forgot the haricots vert!!! Not what you expect from a top restaurant.
We’ve eaten in 3 Star Michelin places all over the world, and this is one of our very favorite restaurants. Stellar service, food, cocktails and wine list.
Everything was so delicious! My 7 year old finished her plate which is unheard of and the trio dessert is soooooo good. Thanks!