The Wildflower

Despite the extravagant floral arrangements that grace his restaurant, you wont find executive chef Justin Kalaluhi holding court at a garden party. Favorites include a cote de boeuf for two that’s carved right at the table and newly added gluten free items.
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The Wildflower, Vail

Don’t let the garden setting fool you. Despite the extravagant floral arrangements that grace his restaurant, you wont find executive chef Justin Kalaluhi holding court at a garden party. Favorites include a cote de boeuf for two that’s carved right at the table and paired with wild mushroom sauce, classic potatoes Anna and baby vegetables. Gluten free items are new on the menu. A five-course tasting menu is available nightly with pairings from the formidable wine list, which has received Wine Spectator’s Best of Award of Excellence. Don’t miss pumpkin mousse with gingersnap cookies, crème anglaise and cinnamon ice cream for dessert.

Vail, Colorado | 970.476.5011 | lodgeatvail.rockresorts.com

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