Best Apres Spots in Snowmass
Three local favorites you can’t miss
In Snowmass, the ritual of après is just as important as skiing itself. Below, three spots you can’t miss after a long day on the slopes.
Perched at the end of the Snowmass Village Mall, this bustling cantina by chef Richard Sandoval keeps the sporty set happy with his delicious Mexican cuisine and specialty cocktails. If you’re feeling especially festive, try a shot of one of the 75 tequilas they stock.
A locals’ favorite since 1997, this sports bar with plenty of flat screen TVs, pool table, foosball and shuffleboard, keeps everyone entertained and well-fed with simple, but well-prepared snacks, including burgers, wings, and cheesesteaks.
New Belgium Ranger Station
Reminiscent of a cozy log cabin, this friendly pub features 16 bars on tap from New Belgium Brewery, and a menu filled with hearty snacks – locals rave about the 1554 beer bison chili served in a sourdough bread bowl – to help warm you up after hitting the slopes.