Standard ski resort fare at Solitude is getting a major upgrade at all of the dining spots on the mountain. The Moonbeam Day Lodge is the resort's largest cafeteria-style space, and made from-scratch food philosophies as well as design changes, make it a delicious and convenient place to grab a quick bite or linger for lunch.
Up on the mountain, the Roundhouse building’s distinct circular, yurt-like design has been reconcepted to serve up a hearty menu of Himalayan and Wasatch-inspired mountain food (think tasty curries and soothing naan bread) to refuel you for another run on the mountain.
St. Bernard’s services hungry families in a cozy buffet-style atmosphere for dinner featuring European-inspired family favorites. Enjoy handcrafted cocktails and an excellent wine list in the adjacent Library Bar.
After your legs are cooked, belly up to the bar at the Thirsty Squirrel, Solitude’s storied watering hole, featuring local, handcrafted brews as well as wine and cocktails. Or take the kids to Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery for pizza and ice cream before a session on the ice rink.
For a lovely dinner, as the sun sets, there is no better spot to reflect on your day than Honeycomb Grill’s outdoor patio and its glowing fire pits.
And, for true-mountain-dining, take your ski buddies back into the lantern lit woods and dine at the famed Yurt at Solitude, which offers a single seating each evening and a four-course dining experience.
Available Thursday through Sunday evenings during the winter season, this intimate dining adventure is limited to a maximum of 24 people.
Thursday through Saturday, 5:30 - 9 p.m.
Sunday, 5 - 9 p.m.
(additional nights available during holiday weeks, please call to check availability).