Alpinista Family Bistro: This classic mountain bistro serves pancakes and hot breakfast selections in the morning, and a varied lunch and dinner menu. A highlight is the fondue, the perfect mountain meal.
Camp Hale: Camp Hale, on the same level as the gear shop, is a viable option when you want a quick sandwich, breakfast croissant, pastry, cocoa, or cup of coffee.
Casa Sanchez: Family-owned and -operated, this authentic Mexican restaurant serves an extensive array of margaritas and house specialties. A brunch menu is also available from 10 to 3.
C.B. Grille: Copper's most upscale restaurant serves a creative menu of steak, lamb, pasta, and seafood. Make sure to look over the extensive wine menu, and don't forget about happy hour, 5 to 7 pm each day.
Copper Red Hots: A dog and a drink for $5? Just go to Red Hots, near the base of American Eagle, for a hot dog adventure. Gourmet mac and cheese is also offered, along with warm drinks and cold beer.
Endo's Adrenaline Cafe: Sandwiches, nachos, burger, salads: you name it, Endo's has it. Ski school instructors often take their classes to this sit-down restaurant known for its fast and efficient service.
Incline Bar & Grill: Located in the heart of Center Village, Incline offers an upscale menu and fabulous happy hour, including local draft beers for $3.
Jack's: Because of its extensive variety of food stations, Jack's is Copper's most crowded cafeteria. The Lemongrass Station is a popular option, serving pho and Thai curries.
Storm King Lounge: Get your sushi fix here! Storm King boasts an extensive selection of cocktails as well.
East Village Restaurants
Double Diamond: Family-owned restaurant at base of Super Bee serves steak, seafood, and pasta in addition to standard pub fare. Don't miss the apple pie!
Grand Hall Market: Copper's East Village provides terrain for intermediates and above, so the Grand Hall cafeteria is much less crowded than Jack's in Center Village. Grand Hall typically offers a choice of five items, each priced at $5.99. The pasta entree, which comes with a generous piece of garlic bread, rarely disappoints.
JJ's Rocky Mountain Tavern: Also sitting at the bas of Super Bee, JJ's has been voted Copper Mountain's best restaurant for 7 years running. Don't miss the apres music, featuring the legendary Moe Dixon as well as John Truscelli & Mando Mike.
Flyer's Soup Shack: Stop at Flyer's for a quick bowl of chili or warm drink. Just to the east of the top of the American Flyer lift, Flyer's has limited indoor seating as well as an outdoor deck. Also serves burgers, brats, hot dogs, and beer.
Solitude Station: Located at the top of the American Eagle lift, Solitude Station usually provides a greater meal discount than Jack's does. In addition to regular ski cafeteria fare, Solitude offers Cajun specialties such as jambalaya, étouffée, and gumbo.
T-Rex Grill: You can't miss this spot at the base of Timberline Express lift. Enjoy a cold beer and a brat while sunbathing on the deck or in one of the lawn chairs. Restroom facilities are available, but indoor seating is not.
Union Creek Food Court: Union Creek is Copper's beginner area and home to the resort's children's ski school. Expect to find a variety of kid-friendly selections.