Crested Butte Ski Runs with Food and Drink

Hungry for a day on the slopes? Good food is also a necessity when spending time on the mountain. Crested Butte Mountain Resort had just the spots to satisfy your appetite. Plan your day accordingly to hit these runs, and enjoy a beverage or two as well.


CBMR Trail Map

Ice Bar at Uley’s Cabin

(Photo/Pat Addabbo)

Located at the base of Twister Lift the Ice Bar is a hot spot for an adult beverage with a view. Accessible from the Silver Queen, Red Lady, or Paradise Lift Uley’s Cabin offers delicious fine dining for those wanting a special meal. The outdoor ice bar is a popular location for a midday break from skiing the front side of the mountain. Bonus: With a few friends? Ask for the shot ski!

Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks

The Umbrella Bar’s 360 degree views do not disappoint. You’ll get the best view of the mountain, a lot of sun, and a plenty of lounge chairs to enjoy it all. Where Prospect, Painter Boy, and Gold Link Lift meet so does great food and drink. Bonus: This Alpine themed glass yurt offers delicious Bratwurst, Bockwurst, and other tasty German styled eats.

Paradise Warming House

At the base of Paradise Lift, you can enjoy the best Bloody Mary on the mountain (bacon included), some hot cocoa, a cafeteria style food, and outdoor grilling on some weekends. If you’re sitting outside be prepared for an automatic goggle tan too. This tends to be the most popular dining on the mountain.

Butte 66 BBQ Roadhouse Restaurant

 

Butte 66 is the spot for non-skiers to catch a bird’s eye view of Warming House Hill being flooded with skiers journeying to the base area. Catch your crew, drop off your skis, and head upstairs for good BBQ, milkshakes, and live music on many occasions.

9380 Tavern

This patio is a great place to kick back and warm up around the fire pit, especially on powder days. With a full outdoor bar, indoor fine dining restaurant, and outdoor grill options ready for your needs, 9380 offers all you could want on your ski day.

Bonus Tip: On weekends, skip the lines and hold off on your lunch break from about 12-1pm. Going to restaurants before or after this time will guarantee quicker service and happy campers.