Beaver Creek Winter Culinary Weekend
January 23-26, 2020
The Finest Food, Drink, and Company in the Valley
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Looking for a good excuse to plan a new year vacation around all of your favorite things? Look no further. The Beaver Creek Winter Culinary Weekend has heeded your call by combining four jam-packed days with fine food, fine drink, and fine snow. Held from January 23-26, events take place all over the base of this World Cup mountain. Think luxurious culinary delights, featured celebrity chefs, and exotic cocktails, craft beers, and rare wines.
Not to mention endless skiing and other outdoor adventures that only a place like Beaver Creek could provide. Purchase your tickets here today.
Looking for lodging? Explore all our Beaver Creek rentals here, from village townhomes to quiet mountain retreats.
Thursday, January 23 ~ 6pm - 9pm
Celebrate the season with local flavors from Colorado, served on small plates prepared by Alpine & Antlers Executive Chef Sammy Shipman. Other guest chefs include Josh Niernberg, Brother Luck, and Katsuji Tanabe.
Tickets: $65. Get them here.
Friday, January 23 ~ 3pm - 6pm
For those who prefer a little more of a rowdy atmosphere, you’ll want to head here. For three hours, Beaver Creek Village will be converted to an authentic outdoor beer garden, complete with plenty of food and beverages as well as long communal tables, live music, fun games, and a bevy of heaters to keep you and your friends warm.
For intermediate and advanced skiers (and snowboarders), you’ll be guided by an experienced ski instructor who will expose you to the mountain’s secret trails and some professional techniques. Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a gourmet, wine-paired lunch at Zach’s Cabin prepared by Zach’s Cabin Executive Chef David Gutowski and guest chef Josh Niernberg.
Tickets: $150. Get them here.
Synesthesia: Culinary Showcase and Concert with St. Paul & the Broken Bones, hosted by Andrew Zimmern
Saturday, January 25 ~ 6am - 8:15pm, concert 8:30pm-10pm
Named after the natural phenomenon of Synesthesia (when two human senses overlap, such as tasting sounds), this event brings together music and food with a host of guest chefs, including Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern.
Tickets (for dinner and concert): $175. Get them here.
Snowshoe and Sunset Supper at Trappers Cabin
Sunday, January 26 ~ 2:30 pm - 8pm
Wind the weekend down with a guided snowshoe tour of McCoy Park, and then put on some dry slippers and enjoy a few warm drinks at the exclusive Trappers Cabin at 9,500. Relax and enjoy the sunset at your await your final delicious meal on what will have been one of the most memorable weekends of your life.
Tickets: This event has sold out!
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Tips For A ~ Great Weekend
Please note: there is no Prix Fixe menu for the weekend and prices vary. Each event comes à la carte and must be purchased individually. And as you can imagine, these tasty morsels get gobbled up fast. So grab your tickets here and starting planning this scrumptious January getaway, today.
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