The Blue Plate offers an eclectic menu for its lunch and dinner service. Some popular items include lamb kabob, snapper, schnitzel and burgers. Our menu is 65% gluten-free, includes many dairy-free options, as well as a kid-friendly menu. During Happy Hour at the Blue Plate, you can enjoy many popular dishes in small plates size, perfect for trying out all the favorites.
To complement your meal, choose from a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the Blue Plate. Along with a wide selection of sparkling, red and white wines, it offers its own list of signature cocktails. Divided into a restaurant and bar area, its stylish décor includes large windows, contemporary artwork and comfortable seating.
This is a pretty bad place. Food is pretty bad, both in quality and quantify. Completely over priced. I could get better food in a local diner. Service is slow. It is in a ski town, they charge you because they can. Total bomb!
Server was a riot, very engaging and attentive. The veal schnitzel was delicious, best I’ve ever had. My wife’s chicken rigatoni was pretty blah. Convenient and fairly priced compared with Hyatt restaurants.
First, food was a 4+. Meatloaf was phenomenal ; Zucchini noodles were unique and delicious (despite the $9 up charge to add 3 small shrimps). Hostess was fun and pleasant; server was a problem.
The server was aggressive, short, and arrogant. My husband requested a specific drink, but the server tried to talk him into something similar. That was annoying, but okay. The server said that he ended up making it himself when the bartender wasn't sure what it was (bourbon collins?).
Once dinner was served, the server hovered like a droid. It was very obvious (there was only one other table full in our part of the restaurant). It was like he was bored, but literally just stood over my shoulder a couple of times.
I ordered a beer, had about 1/8 of the glass left and ordered another. He quickly brought another bottle by and actually asked me to please finish what I had in the first glass (???). So, I chugged what was left over as he set my 2nd beer down. Really??? LOL
We ordered dessert, and he offered "a-la-mode" on what ended up being a small, but delicious chocolate cake. When my partner declined, he looked put out. We didn't feel bad, after the shrimp upgrade, however.
He then brought the check before he even brought the cake, stating 'no hurry, but whenever you are ready'--I would expect a violation of Restaurant 101, but it prevented me from ordering another drink.
Overall, the food was good and I think we just got stuck with a bad server who made us feel very uncomfortable. The whole approach that he took to service will make us not desiring to return again. So, 4 stars for food, -1 star for service.
Great food and service. Loved the Greek salad and meatloaf. The popovers for dessert are awesome.
The food was Ok. The wait staff was not. Poor attention to detail, slow to respond, and a lack of enthusiasm would generally describe the service received. The restaurant was not busy so lack of time is no excuse. I would say it was lack of knowledge (how to be a good waiter) or lack of desire (didn’t care).
Blue Plate is a good place for casual dining, with a nice assortment of comfort food entrees. The wine and beer selections are good for a low key meal.
Good food. Poor service and manager didn't appear to care.
Blue Plate was perfect. Top notch food and great service -without busting the wallet.
This German inspired restaurant in Avon near the Westin resort was just the ticket for a last minute reservation after a busy day of skiing Beaver Creek. Interesting and eclectic menu with something for most tastes including kids. The deconstructed apple strudel was the best dessert we had all week. Definitely would return.
We always enjoy going here. Good food and good service.