Here are four restaurants to consider.
If the members of your ski crew have cravings spanning the culinary spectrum, Cherry Creek Grill is where everyone should be able to find something satisfying. The restaurant’s diverse menu includes a phenomenal queso and guacamole “dip duo,” smoked salmon, deviled eggs, French au jus, a roasted lamb sandwich, white cheddar and butternut squash enchiladas, and so much more.
The neighborhood atmosphere is warm and cozy, the menu is enticing and comprehensive, and this well-run New American dining destination has a bar worth writing home about. Cherry Creek Grill is conveniently located on the way home from all of the ski resorts off I-70.
How would you like to sink your teeth into a juicy, flavorful burger after a day on the slopes? Available to fulfill that desire of yours is Cherry Cricket, a Cherry Creek institution if there ever was one. With a half century’s experience flipping burgers and experimenting with a range of accompaniments, this place has mastered the art of crafting the burger.
Cherry Cricket’s make-your-own-burger vibe appeals to many, as does the restaurant’s fair prices. Give it a shot the next time a burger is the prize you seek following a day skiing in the Rockies.
A large, fresh-baked pizza dripping with cheese is a classic way to cap off a ski day. At Serioz Pizza in Lowry, a signature blend of mozzarella and gouda cheeses gives your pizza a distinct and delicious flavor. The options are plentiful, with white, wheat, and gluten-free crust available. There is also a large selection of pasta dishes, sub sandwiches, salads, and more. Although Serioz Pizza isn’t in Cherry Creek, it offers free delivery on orders of 5 or more.
If your ski outing has you pining after east Asian cuisine, Sweet Ginger offers Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine. Snack on some avocado spring rolls, chicken lettuce wraps, or crab rangoons before moving on to the curry, noodle, or rice dish of your choice. Sweet Ginger also has a well-curated sushi menu. It’s also located conveniently on your way home from most Denver area ski resorts.
Whatever kind of food you wind up craving after your next day on the slopes, we hope you find a restaurant to restore your energy and satisfy your taste buds. Denver has excellent culinary offerings, and the Cherry Creek neighborhood is no exception. We wish you a great ski season filled with delightful post-slope meals.
What’s your favorite place to grab a bite to eat in Cherry Creek after a day spent skiing or snowboarding? Share in the comments.
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