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Apres ski activites start slopeside at "The Bear River Bar and Grill" often with live music or at the "T-Bar", a trailer turned watering hole and a good mountain base option as well. There are options in town but they get typically have a late start.
Apres spring skiing at the Bear River Bar and Grill at the foot of the mountain. A live band often accompanies the festivities.
Apres spring skiing at the T-Bar off of the lower Green run "Right-O Way" (another kind of out-of-bounds excursion).
Apres Ski Bar recommendations: Try the "Ice Bar" at "Slopeside Grill" at the base of the mountain for live entertainment and a bar made of 3000 blocks of ice.
Front of Slopeside Grill
The mountain and town have no shortage of places to eat.
The gondola will take you to Thunderhead Lodge which has the following choices:
Rendevous Lodge (which is found on the right side of your trail map) has both a food court and a restaurant.
For those looking for the ultimate in romantic diners, take the gondola to the peak followed by a snowcat pulled sleigh to Ragnar's for gourmet dining. Reservations required. 1-970-871-5150
The run down of on-mountain food would not be complete if we did not mention the "Taco Beast". It's as if a Los Angeles taco truck and a snowcat had a baby. Of course you can expect ski resort taco prices and not that of East LA.
Steamboat's Taco Beast
If you just wander down Lincoln Avenue and you will find plenty of choices for places to eat or enjoy an adult beverage. The town is detached from the resort, thus it is an inconvenient option during your on-mountain ski day.
The Cantina in town
The Shack Cafe in town: breakfast and lunch
You can also wander down Lincoln Avenue and pick something to suit your taste.