The Crepe place is great. Too bad Skirag wrote it up and it got crowded. Still, if you can catch it when it's not busy it's good for breakfast, dinner, or dessert. We always go on our morning when we drive back, it's a seven hour drive so we wake up, eat, and leave.
For snacks, try a beaver tail.
I love the Bull's Eye for a couple Boddington's on tap apres ski. Also good burgers, steak sandwiches.
Yahoo pizza is kinda small, like a little pub. There's another pizza place the name escapes me that we like better. All sorts of interesting gourmet pizza like gorgonzola cheese with pears and prusciuto. They're thin and square. I highly recommend this place. Just ask around for the other pizza place. It's pretty low in the village near the pool club.
There's an Italian place, Cocopazo or something like that that's really good elegant and tasty dining, not just a spagetti joint.
For a group, the fondu place is very good and very fun and you will leave so freakin' full you won't want to eat for a day. The have a bunch of fondus for two so if you go with four or six people you can split a two or three of them. Make reserves if it's crowded.
If you like tex-mex, the Mexican place is good. Expect the usuall permutations of tacos, enchillas, burittos but it's decent and hearty.
Can't comment on Jan skiing or weather or crowds, we always go in late March.
While people don't rave about the advanded skiing, there are some sections that are steep, just not top to botton steep. Dynamite is the steepest marked trailed I've ever skied. There's also quite a lot of really good woods if there's decent natural snow. I'd say there is enough variety for just about anybody if the whole place is open and conditions are good.
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