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Alpenrose

European

Vail Village

$$$$Perfect For:Date NightDrinking Good WineSpecial OccasionsImpressing Out of TownersUnique Dining ExperienceOutdoor/Patio Situation
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There are a lot of restaurants, bars, and spaces in Vail that try to emulate the Alps. Alpenrose, a German-Austrian restaurant that opened in 1974, does the best job. It’s still going strong with a great list of Oktoberfest steins and Paulaner pils, fresh-baked pretzels, and plates of rösti. In the winter, you can reserve a private gondola cabin outside the restaurant for a raclette and fondue dinner. The cabins are brought over from Austria, can fit four people comfortably, and come equipped with their own Bluetooth speaker, a small heater, and a dimming light switch for an extra cozy evening.

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