Grand Hyatt Vail is kicking off its new Dine Out for a Cause series at Gessner. Each month, the restaurant will donate 10% of revenue on a specified night to local non-profit organizations. The first event will be from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Monday and will benefit Vail Mountain Rescue Group, a self-financed nonprofit organization that provides search and rescue services and backcountry safety education to residents of and visitors to Eagle County.
The February dinner is the first in the series, which will always take place on the fourth Monday of each month.
“We are excited to be partnering with local nonprofit organizations for this new series,” said Dan Johnson, general manager of the Grand Hyatt Vail. “With this ongoing series, we hope to engage with different nonprofits in the community, highlighting their efforts and provide them with resources to help continue their work. We are excited to launch the series with Vail Mountain Rescue Group to support the important work they do throughout our community.”
Additional nonprofit partners for the series will be announced soon.
DISTINCTIVE DINING at GRAND HYATT VAIL
Food and drink celebrate the culinary heritage of the Colorado Rockies. This delicious blend of cultures echoes Vail’s own heritage.
Open all day, Gessner, the resorts signature restaurant is open breakfast through dinner, showcasing authentic flavors from the Colorado Rockies.
Enjoy breakfast buffets, relaxed lounge lunches and refined dinner experiences all overlooking Gore Creek and Vail Mountain.RESERVE A TABLE