Food & Nightlife

Copper Mountain has a multitude of food and drinking locations to suit most tastes.

Copper Mountain Restaurants If you’re not DIY catering in your condo, Copper Mountain has a range of restaurant venues in the villages to cater to most tastes. The quality of the Copper Mountain restaurants is generally good to exceptional.

Breakfast (Center Village)
Jack’s Slopeside Grill at the base of the American Flyer and Eagle chairs has a plethora of hearty and healthy breakfast selections. Camp Hale has multiple locations at Copper with a range of lighter breakfast options and coffee (we had a dreadful coffee at Camp Hale made with very little love!). Alpinista located in Taylor’s Crossing does specialty breakfasts.

Lunch
If not eating on the hill try Chubs near West Lake for a great range of sandwiches and crepes. For a bit of a giggle, watch the ice skaters while you eat. Alternatively Jack’s Slopeside Grill, Grand Hall (East Village) and the Union Creek Food Court (Union Creek) have a wide range of tasty lunchtime selections. Or check out Adrenaline Café for some afternoon delight.

Dinner
Exceptional Japanese food is available at the Storm King Lounge in Center Village. The restaurant features superb service, and glorious varieties of infused sake and other brews. If fine dining is your thing, try the CB Grille, located in Center Village across the Covered Bridge (CB!!).

Copper Mountain has a surprisingly large range of bars that serve up food at very reasonable prices. Try the Double Diamond Restaurant (East Village) and the Incline Bar and Grill (Center Village), or for the best pub food including steaks, ribs, burgers, pasta, fish and chicken, JJ’s Tavern at the base of the Super Bee in East Village is the venue.

Copper Mountain Nightlife & Bars Copper’s après scene is best enjoyed at JJ’s Tavern in East Village (get a few people together and have a crack at the ‘shot ski’) or at any of a number of bars in Center Village. Jack’s (at Copper One) has a bar with live music and après festivities or try Endo’s, Zizzo or Escobar which scarily has a strippers’ pole! Better still go on an après crawl around Center Village. All the bars are within a few hundred metres of each other.

Endo’s and JJ’s Tavern often have live music and Zizzo is the place for late night boogaloo at Copper.

For a more relaxed atmosphere, try drinks at the classy Storm King Lounge, or saunter down to West Lake for a Guinness and a game of pool at Mulligans Irish Bar.
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