Located at the bottom of Vail Mountain, this popular bar and restaurant sees a steady flow of patrons coming in for post-skiing refreshment. The standard Mexican fare, tacos, burritos, and quesadillas, are generously portioned and modestly priced, fitting just about any budget. Popular drink options include the Margarita pitcher, which easily serves four. A word of advice, however: Happy Hour can get quite crowded so tables by the bar are rarely available. Outdoor seating is a great option for those who wish to enjoy the spectacular view while they dine.
100 Bridge Street, Vail, CO
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