Located in a former church, Cookbook is an extremely small restaurant with just seven butcher-block tables: five two-tops and two four-tops, one of which is tucked away in its own little corner by the entrance. You might feel like you’re eating in a stylish and avant-garde corner of Ikea, as there are multiple shelves of color-coded cookbooks on the walls, along with gray Swedish sound panels that look like mountain topography.
Menu staples include Pete’s Pasta with cherry tomatoes, white wine, and garlic, and the spaghetti squash with house-ground bolognese, basil, and parmesan. Get something off the great wine list and pair it with one of the personal pizzas, like the Shroom with oyster and shiitakes, sauteed spinach, rosemary, thyme, fontina, parmesan, and truffle oil. If you can’t get a table—or just want to relax on the couch of your hotel room after skiing all day—Cookbook’s takeout holds up extremely well.