Your Guide to Dining at Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Updated on Nov. 16, 2023

You’re shredding the slopes, having the time of your life, when suddenly it hits you: I’m hungry. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite to get back out there or a true break from the cold, there are options for skiers and riders everywhere at Crested Butte Mountain Resort. Read on to learn more about each of our dining locations, including some exciting new additions for winter 2023/24:

Friends dine at Butte 66 restaurant in Crested Butte, CO.


Highlife Crust & Crafts, formerly known as Woodstone Grille, is bringing the après pizza party back to Mt. Crested Butte this winter! Located in the Grand Lodge next to the Transit Center, Highlife Crust & Crafts will serve up a variety of pizzas and draft brews in addition to happy-hour specials with to-go pizza slices from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. The pizza will be hand-tossed with dough made in-house from scratch, using the highest-quality ingredients. In the morning, Highlife Crust & Crafts will serve made-to-order breakfast options for dine-in or take-out, including breakfast burritos, egg scramblers and freshly baked cinnamon rolls.

A base area staple, Butte 66 Bar & Grille features some of the best views of the Butte! Located just steps away from the Red Lady Express, Butte 66 is offering full bar and table service for winter 2023/24 with a barbeque-inspired menu and a lively après scene, including happy hour specials and extended hours on the weekends beginning in late December. The Butte 66 deck is the perfect spot to kick back after a day well spent.

Back for its second season, Rooster Run is located in the Treasury Center adjacent to the Butte 66 dining room, offering a quick option for dine-in or take-out. The menu specializes in chicken and fries (with a vegetarian option, of course!). Rooster Run is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for winter 2023/24, beginning on Dec. 22.

Located conveniently in the Treasury Center below Rooster Run, Coal Breaker Coffee Co. is a great spot to fuel up for an epic day before hitting the slopes. Coal Breaker will expand its offerings for winter 2023/24 to include smoothies in addition to artisan-style sandwiches, pastries, soups, and grab-and-go salads and breakfast sandwiches.


Located at the base of Paradise Express, Paradise Warming House is the perfect mid-mountain meeting spot. It's got all you need to refuel -- from burgers to soups and chili and more! New for winter 2023/24, Paradise will introduce all-new pho-inspired noodle bowls for a lighter experience that's still comforting on a cold day. Take a break in the Adirondack chairs on the patio and gear up for the rest of your day. Epic Pass Holders save 20% on food and non-alcoholic beverages at Paradise with Epic Mountain Rewards.

The Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks is back, offering quick comfort eats, cocktails, and signature views of the Gunnison Valley. Located at the top of Painter Boy chairlift, the Umbrella Bar is perfectly situated for beginners and fans of blue groomers to take a break and refuel. New for winter 2023/24, Epic Pass Holders can get 20% off food and non-alcoholic beverages at The Umbrella Bar with Epic Mountain Rewards!

Guests looking for an upscale on-mountain dining experience should look no further than Uley’s Cabin. Located at the bottom of Peanut run off Red Lady Express, Uley’s will continue to offer a classy experience indoors with a highly sought-after classic Colorado menu for winter 2023/24. Reservations are recommended through OpenTable. Outside, guests can enjoy a more casual experience, with games like cornhole and giant Jenga alongside creative American-style favorites on the grill. 

There you have it – an option for every kind of diner, skier and rider! Whether you’re picking up a tasty treat or hitting a tasty line, we can’t wait to see you out there.

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