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You’ll find nothing less than fine-dining restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch. The Colorado hotel’s signature restaurant, Wyld, offers up an eclectic menu of Alpine favorites with a strong emphasis on sustainability and local flavor. Unique house-blended seasonings and bold cooking techniques (hello 1200-degree broiler) help to bring Colorado’s bounty to life at breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Try the duck hash and eggs with citrus hollandaise or the Wyld breakfast sandwich made with elk sausage for a morning treat, or sit down to a brined Niman Ranch pork chop with creamy brown-butter mustard for dinner.
Vegetarians have nothing to fear at this mountain-inspired restaurant, with tantalizing options like a bowl of fresh berries with orange goat yogurt at breakfast, or a roasted cauliflower soup with caramelized apples and Wyld mushroom pizza for dinner. The menu also politely points out its multiple gluten-free options.
For a more intimate gathering, the hotel offers private dining at Anderson’s Cabin, a quintessentially Colorado cabin that’s lit by candles and lanterns, and offers sweeping views of the surrounding National Park. You can dine on a nightly raclette dinner (similar to fondue) in this rustic setting.