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The Sebastian - Vail's Market doubles as a coffee bar and a casual place for breakfast or lunch. The space fills up in the morning, with many guests eating self-created omelets that they've stuffed with everything from cheese to bacon. In the afternoon, sandwiches dominate the menu; eat them in the Market or order some for takeout.
In Leonora, a bistro, tapas and wine bar, the cuisine is a mix of tastes taken from the Alps, the Pyrenees and the Rocky Mountains. A tall glass wine silo is the focal point in a room where people sit around high-top tables, in semi-circular booths and by the crudo bar. The menu offers dishes such as steak au poivre with potato confit, and wood-roasted mussels in a parsley and shallot broth with rouille and fries.
The Frost bar drips with icicles (glass ones), creating a dramatic interior. If hunger strikes while sitting at Frost with a micro-brew or a cherry martini, order off of the dim sum or light bites menus.