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Classic French-Inspired Brasserie.
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Vail, CO 81657
French, European, Breakfast
Hours of Operation:
8:30am ~ 2:00pm
3:00pm ~ 5:00pm
5:00pm ~ 9:00pm
S. Frontage Road
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Limited Guest Parking Available in On-Site Parking Garage
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Vintage Ratings and Reviews
It was likely an off evening for the restaurant but just about everything was truly awful.
We were told bread was no longer being offered but then saw it delivered to other tables. Our fish was terribly over cooked. We waited and WAITED for our food.
We’ve had numerous good experiences at Vintage so I do hope this was an aberration.
Did not meet our expectations. Cocktail came out wrong, easily replaced. Food was below par. Steak tartare was nearly frozen. Mussels lacked flavor.
Owner spent evening with friends and ignored all other customers. Sadly cannot recommend, and will probably not visit again.
Nothing like some good bistro food after a day on the slopes. Vintage was a pleasant find among the choices in Vail. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a good, authentic rendition of French bistro food. the staff was exceptionally attentive and friendly. For those who aren't within walking distance of Vail Village, ask about parking! They were kind enough to tell me about a few spots they have for dinner guests in their building. That made the experience even easier and more convenient.
Service continues to make this one of the best dining experiences in Vail, along with the beautiful, creative decor, nice lighting/ambiance. Vlad was unfailingly polite, attentive, charming, helpful. Food is good to excellent; very nice house salad, delicate fish, good bread, sweet potato gnocchi needs to be heavier on the potato flavor, butterscotch dessert fresh/mild.
Great experience all the way around - food, service and ambiance - even despite a snafu with my order.
Arrived about 15 minutes early so enjoyed cocktails/wine at the bar. Friendly experience and absolutely no issue with transferring the tab to the table.
At the table, the waiter was good to take our drinks and appetizer order... instead of pressuring us to order the whole meal at once. Had the Brie and Escargot appetizers. Escargot came out of the shell and sat in a creamier sauce than I expected but was delicious. Can never go wrong with brie.
I had the Steak Tartare and Cauliflower appetizers for my entree while my partner ordered a Steak Frite entree. It caused confusion somewhere between the waitstaff and kitchen... but the entire team (including management and hostess) handled it swimmingly and courteously. They were very apologetic for the delay... but I had nowhere to go and was enjoying the ambiance, conversation and wine.
I feel like all working knew of the predicament and took the time to apologize. It made the experience that much more enjoyable and says a lot about the communication and care among the management and staff.
I feel like I've down played the food. It was a great meal and I would recommend the restaurant to anyone. The Steak Tartare comes with pickled mustard seeds, fried capers, raw quail egg, crispy salsify, shaved root vegetables, toasted baguette. Excellent. The cauliflower was bathed in a citrus juice. I honestly would have preferred a crispy version... but it was still tasty the way it was prepared.
All in all - five stars on every aspect.
Just could not have been better! The service was awesome. The owner came by our table to make sure all was well twice. The fish was off the charts as was the Coq Au Vin. The salads were very creative and tasty and the wine was a good value. Will go back many more times!!!
We had dinner on a Friday night. Place is really nice at great location. Service was very good and wine list is good (not many options but good). Food was a bit disappointing. 5 people at our party ordered different entrees and the gnocchi was the only one really flavorful. Coq au vin had almost no sauce.
We dined at Vintage on New Year's Day 2018. The restaurant was very quiet, which suited us just fine. They took our coats as we entered and showed us to the table. The food was French and fairly traditional in names of dishes, but there was a twist to the execution!
I had escargot (snails), followed by seared scallops. My wife had Boeuf Bourginon. The escargot I usually have are cooked and then placed in large shells in a dish containing melted garlic butter. This was the escargot without the shells but in a sort of garlic mayonnaise. It was lovely.
For the main courses, mine was very good, but my wife's was exceptional. Not a stew, but more a new interpretation of the dish. The meat was a single chunk, about the size of a fist, and then there were dashes of gravy and vegetables around it. It all tasted beautiful.
I followed by a small Creme Brulee, which was small and just right.
We had a bottle of Fleurie wine, which was $56 and about the cheapest in the house. There were plenty for several hundred $'s.
We arrived about 7 minutes early and were told that we could not be seated until exactly 7pm so we headed to the bar. It took about 10 minutes for someone to even acknowledge us even though the bar seats were mostly vacant. We ordered a bottle of wine and it appeared about 5 minutes later so that was good. At about 7:20 the hostess said she could finally seat us....we decided to just stay at the bar. It took forever to get our food but we noticed that the young woman who sat down next to us had wine and a meal in about 5 minutes. The bartender companied twice about how busy he was. Seriously, don't you hate when someone in the service industry makes their problem your problem?? After all that we thought "well if the food is awesome than that will compensate for the poor service". Alas, the food was fair. My husband liked his pork salad and wagyu steak. I thought my pear salad was mediocre and the beef bourguignon which was supposed to be their house specialty was fair. So many great restaurants in Vail...not gonna go back to Vintage.
We had a horrible dinner at Vintage. It didn’t help that because of a large group was there we had to wait for an hour for our appetizers. The cheese and meat board was very good and the onion soup was good as well. The main course was super disappointing, $50 for cold soggy fries, tiny piece of meat and watery bearnaise sauce. My wife had scallops which were well cooked but rest of the dish didn’t make any sense. Overall, I would not go again or recommend to a friend.
Location was great. Food was fantastic. Service was outstanding. The only issue we had was being charged for a dab of whip cream after we had already gotten our bill and the tab was nearly $500. They took our bill back and added $4 more to it. What was a great Christmas Eve dinner turned into an okay dinner. We had planned on leaving a 30% tip, but after that we cut it back to 20%.
The main courses were outstanding. We had the beef bourguignon and the mussels. Both were great.The bison tartare was ok, but not great. Less taste than regular tartare and served too cold which detracts from the flavor. We had a side of mushrooms which was average. We did have a very reasonably priced bottle of red wine which was quite good. Service very good, and the place has a really nice ambience.
We went there for a date night in Vail, Daniel our bartender also ended up being our waiter and was nothing Short of fantastic. The food was amazing-better than other restaurants we had eaten in Vail on that weekend which cost twice as much-and the handcrafted cocktails were mind blowing. We are from Boulder and live in a very foodie town, so you might say we are a bit picky. I would recommend vintage without hesitation to anyone.
Difficult call unfortunately. Had brunch there one day while they were busy and we had a good waiter, tasty Bloody Marys and a very nice brunch. The huckleberry French toast is especially good. The poached eggs on the meat and potato smash Benedict were cooked solid. But overall, not a bad experience so we booked a table for 4 and invited Friends to join us the next evening. Only a few tables occupied. Service was not good. They were out of the two best selections on the menu and had we know this we might not have bothered. Our waitress seemed barely interested. The food was okay but nothing to brag about. Granted it was early November and many places were closed BUT this place didn’t make any effort to make a good impression. I guess I give it a 4 overall for brunch and barely a 2 for dinner. I would NOT recommend.
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