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Buffalos Restaurant Opens at The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch

Buffalos Restaurant Opens at The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch


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Last month, The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch in Beaver Creek, Colorado. unveiled a brand new restaurant and lounge in addition to upgraded guest rooms, expansion of their unique ski-in, ski-out experience and updated spa treatment and relaxation areas.

The new Buffalos restaurant features a seasonal menu focused on local ingredients, specifically showcasing grass-fed buffalo and bison dishes. Guests can enjoy buffalo steak and eggs, bison burgers, bison chili, bison tartare, bison sheppard’s pie, and bison ribeye in addition to a variety of entrees including rack of lamb, seared sea bass and steamed mussels.

In addition to highlighting bison dishes, another unique feature of the restaurant is their Colorado crafted draught and bottled beer program featuring the finest locally created beers. Diners can enjoy a beer paired meal or opt to order from the restaurant’s specialty hand-crafted cocktail menu.

Design elements include an open kitchen, carved rock pillars and a wooden beamed ceiling.

The new exclusive Bachelors Lounge also opened in December, offering guests a place to relax while enjoying imported cigars, hookahs and signature cocktails in the indoor area next to a large modern fireplace or al fresco in the covered and heated smoking lounge. Cozy and comfortable outside seating provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains, while the inside area offers live music. The Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch is also home to Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, offering new seasonal winter menus as well a chef’s multi-course tasting menu.

The resort’s renovated look embraces the “parkitecture” design style inspired by the great mountain lodges of the Western United States, including earth tones, contemporary artwork and sophisticated furnishings. The updated design in the impressive rustic Great Room centers around a three-story stone, wood-burning fireplace and throughout the 180-guest rooms and suites.

The resort has also expanded their renowned ski valet services located steps away from ski lifts. Guests can use the ski valet to pre-warm boots and prep skis so equipment is ready to go when needed. At the end of the day, guests equipment is cleaned and stored. Apres ski, visiotrs can enjoy the outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, firepit and gourmet s’mores.

The award-winning spa has also been refreshed with updated treatment rooms and relaxation areas, centered by the rock-lined grottos featuring steam, sauna and hot and cold plunge areas.


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Buffalos Restaurant Opens at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch

Buffalos at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch

Last month, The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch unveiled a brand new restaurant and lounge in addition to upgraded guest rooms, expansion of their unique ski-in, ski-out experience and updated spa treatment and relaxation areas.

The new Buffalos restaurant features a seasonal menu focused on local ingredients, specifically showcasing grass-fed buffalo and bison dishes. Guests can enjoy buffalo steak and eggs, bison burgers, bison chili, bison tartare, bison sheppard’s pie, and bison ribeye in addition to a variety of entrees including rack of lamb, seared sea bass and steamed mussels. Here are some of the items I sampled while I was there.

We started with appetizers of bison tartare with mustard, capers and a quail egg, a bison salad and buffalo wings.

Main courses included a starting entree of a lovely ranch lamb chop with baby carrots and rosemary.

We also were served a bison shepherd’s pie with ugly goat potatoes, gravy, carrots, peas and mushrooms. This was my fave of the night.

We also enjoyed Little Snake River mountain trout with a couscous salad and champagne vinaigrette and a bison ribeye with beer battered onion rings.

In addition to highlighting bison dishes, another unique feature of the restaurant is their Colorado crafted draught and bottled beer program featuring the finest locally created beers. Diners can enjoy a beer paired meal or opt to order from the restaurant’s specialty hand-crafted cocktail menu.

Design elements of the restaurant include an open kitchen, carved rock pillars and a wooden beamed ceiling. All of the items Chef Daniel Bouza served us were fantastic.

The new exclusive Bachelors Lounge also opened in December, offering guests a place to relax while enjoying imported cigars, hookahs and signature cocktails in the indoor area next to a large modern fireplace or al fresco in the covered and heated smoking lounge. Cozy and comfortable outside seating provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains, while the inside area offers live music.

The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch is also home to Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, offering new seasonal winter menus as well a chef’s multi-course tasting menu. Here is what I sampled when I visited.

Appetizers include a fresh tuna and hamachi sashimi, a spicy tuna tartare with avocado, ginger, and sesame wonton chips, and a mixed green salad with apples, fennel, blue cheese and candied walnuts.

Our main courses included wild Alaskan King Salmon with pancetta, clams, fennel and a leek puree, mushroom agnolotti with black truffle, goat cheese, mascarpone and parmesan, and Wagyu short ribs with toasted farro and winter root vegetables. All dishes were outstanding, with our fave of the night being the incredible short ribs.

Dessert was a traditional Kaiserschmarren, a pancake with strawberry topping.

The resort’s renovated look embraces the “parkitecture” design style inspired by the great mountain lodges of the Western United States, including earth tones, contemporary artwork and sophisticated furnishings. The updated design in the impressive rustic Great Room centers around a three-story stone, wood-burning fireplace and throughout the 180-guest rooms and suites.

The large open club room showcases food and drink options throughout the day and provides a nice relaxation area for Club guests.

The resort has also expanded their renowned ski valet services located steps away from ski lifts. Guests can use the ski valet to pre-warm boots and prep skis so equipment is ready to go when needed. At the end of the day, guests equipment is cleaned and stored. Apres ski, visiotrs can enjoy the outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, firepit and gourmet s’mores.


Eat & Drink

The dazzling dining scene in Vail and Beaver Creek knows few equals and there are superb offerings for every taste and mood. Many of the most popular venues can be reached on skis in winter or a short hike in summer, and of course our convenient shuttle is also available. But among the most compelling are the many enthralling choices close to home in Bachelor Gulch.

The perfect temperature for a sparkling high mountain swimming pool is 82°. It’s also the perfect place to enjoy light fare on a summer afternoon lounging in a chaise or playing with the kids. The menu is an appetizing offering of all your favorites, from healthy salads to hearty burgers it’s fun, casual and satisfying.

WYLD offers an eclectic menu of flavorful Alpine cuisine with a strong emphasis on locally sourced and sustainable meats, seafood, and seasonal vegetables along with refined mountain classics. The name pays homage to the resort’s pristine location rooted in nature and on the “edge of wild” – uses a variety of cooking techniques including a 1200-degree broiler as well as signature house-blended seasonings to bring Colorado’s rich bounty to life. WYLD’S modern and rustic design draws inspiration from the resort’s stunning natural surroundings, with warm organic elements permeating the 100-seat main dining room and bar. Rich wood accents, as well as walnut wood tabletops, bring the famous Aspen trees indoors. A stately bar serves as the anchor of the space, while a cozy fireplace adds a familiar comfort of being at home.

Buffalos features seasonal dishes from regional farms and Colorado favorites fashioned from organic poultry, wild seafood and premium beef including, of course, Bison. The open kitchen is an expression of the entire philosophy – food with bold and honest flavors focusing on simple, pure ingredients. There’s a great selection of local craft beer on draught and by the bottle. Throughout the season, features include lively beer pairings, live entertainment, afternoon and evening après-ski cocktails and shared plates. Open breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Daniel’s Bar

Daniel’s Bar on the terrace offers breathtaking views of the surrounding National Forest and beautiful Colorado sunsets. Serving lunch and dinner, Daniel’s Bar features light fare and grilled Colorado specialties.

Zach’s Cabin

Zach’s Cabin is an iconic and carefully preserved authentic Colorado cabin lit at night by only candles and lanterns – an incredible setting for the nightly Raclette dinner. The Raclette dinner is a celebratory experience. Melted on personal grills on a long farmhouse table, savory Swiss cheese is served with a selection of hearty local beef. Fine wines complement a feast finished with a rich chocolate fondue dessert. Owners at Timbers Bachelor Gulch have the rare privilege to book lunch reservations at Zach's.

In-Residence Dining

Spacious dining areas, gourmet kitchens and a BBQ patio make staying in just as enjoyable as going out. Your concierge is happy to stock your pantry with everything you need for a perfect family dinner, arrange a private chef for a dinner party, or provide S’mores kits to enjoy on our terrace.

Please note, restaurant amenities that are provided by the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch are subject to their determined hours of operation, as well as, closure for special events or Ritz Carlton Hotel needs. We will make every effort to inform you of changes to their schedule and restrictions to availability.


3. They Have an On-Site Naturalist to Take You Hiking

Strap on your tennis shoes and sunscreen and seize the opportunity to go on a nature hike with Ranger Jackie Elder, one of the onsite resident naturalists. Don’t let her sweet welcoming demeanor fool you into thinking she would not know how to respond to a serious situation.

Naturalist Jackie Elder explaining the terrain on our nature hike. Photo by Brittany Werges.

Carrying bear spray, gallons of water, and over 10 years of experience as a former national park ranger, Elder knows her stuff.

“I feel like it is part of my job to connect people to the mountain,” said Elder said during our hike. “It is easy to forget that you are in nature when you are at the resort, but it is so important to acknowledge it and respect it.”

There are dozens of trails and hikes that a naturalist can customize for your group. Whether you want to hike 10 miles before the sunset or leisurely stroll through the property with grandma, they can do it all.

When customizing your hike, make sure to check out Anderson’s Cabin (pictured above) to learn more about the history of Bachelor’s Gulch. This charming one-room rustic cabin was owned by John Anderson, one of the seven bachelors who founded the area in the early 1900s. The space has been upgraded and recently opened as an event space, perfect for weddings and other intimate ceremonies.


New chef and new menu at Buffalos in Bachelor Gulch

Hours: Open daily breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Price range: Starters $14-$16 Entrees $16-$48.

• Wild mushroom and farro burger with housemade chips, truffle aioli, caramelized red onion, smoked Gouda cheese, frisee lettuce, $16.

• “Mason Jar” winter beet salad with winter chard, honey almond crisp, local goat cheese, orange confit, aged balsamic, pistachio crumble, $15.

BEAVER CREEK — Hungry diners stopping in at Buffalos between runs this season will find a new look and a new chef.

The restaurant, located inside The Ritz-Carlton at Bachelor Gulch, underwent a full remodel and reopened in December of 2013. The former Buffalo Bar and a grab-and-go deli were combined to make room for the eatery, which has a contemporary-meets-rustic aesthetic.

The hotel’s executive sous chef Ben Christopher took over at Buffalos nearly six months ago. Prior to his arrival, he called Washington, D.C., home for two years he was the executive sous chef for the Renaissance Arlington Capital View.

“It’s a big change of environment, from the big city to big mountains,” Christopher said. “I love it up here it’s so beautiful.”

The restaurant has a long, stone bar that’s lit underneath and a beautiful open kitchen, which helps diners to work up an appetite.

“People definitely love it,” Christopher said. “Some of the guests will come up and watch and see what’s going on. The guests like it, and the cooks like it because they can interact with diners and answer questions.”

Christopher and restaurant chef Steven Sterritt collaborated on the menu.

“We wanted to keep the local mountain feel and pull in as many local, indigenous components as possible,” Christopher said.

Last summer, The Ritz-Carlton hosted a farmers market on the terrace behind the hotel every Wednesday. “Local farmers would come. I tried to partner up with them, and kind of build that relationship through our winter months, highlighting their flavors and products and incorporating them into the menu.”

For instance, Potter Farm in Carbondale supplies the restaurant with eggs and some of the beef. K&M Meat Company in Rifle is doing a custom burger blend for the Buffalo’s burger.

“They’re producing it just for us,” Christopher said. “They took my burger recipe, which is a blend of beef chuck, brisket and bacon that has a real nice flavor to it. It’s unique to the property and to the area. I’m really proud of that one.”

While the menu has some comfort food components — rich French onion soup and poutine decked out with melted cheese curds, gravy, scallions and shredded duck confit both come to mind — it’s refined as well.

“It’s food you want to eat,” Christopher said. “It’s not overly manipulated. Just good quality ingredients from start to finish.”

Start with the winter beet salad. Salt-roasted red and gold beets are served in a Mason jar alongside the salad’s base — thinly sliced Swiss chard with orange confit and goat cheese from Avalanche Cheese Company in Basalt. Pistachio crumble and honey almond crisp adds textural contrast.

“It’s an interactive, deconstructed-type salad that’s a little sweet and a little savory,” Christopher said.

Two standout menu items both happen to be vegetarian: the vegan Brussels sprouts, which are offered as an entree, and the wild mushroom and farro burger, which is worth a return trip alone.

“I’m not vegan or vegetarian, but I love this dish,” our server practically gushed when I visited.

Cooked farro and ground mushrooms are bound with Boursin cheese, egg yolks and panko breadcrumbs to create the burger, which is then topped with truffle aioli, caramelized red onion, smoked gouda cheese and frisee lettuce. It’s served on a brioche bun from Avon Bakery.

“A lot of people will do a black bean burger. Farro (a type of grain prevalent in Italy) has been popular recently so we wanted to use that,” Christopher said.

So far the burger has been liked by veg heads and meat heads alike.

“We’ve sold quite a few,” Christopher said.

The bar menu includes a craft beer list that’s made up of exclusively Colorado brews and a list of cocktails that use Colorado liquors, many of which are infused. The S&S Margarita is a sweet-and-spicy number thanks to tequila infused with mango and habanero peppers. Leopold’s orange liqueur, some lime and a bit of Agave nectar smooth it out. The Ginger Sazerac is made with locally produced 10th Mountain Division Rye Whiskey. Cheers to that.


Buffalos at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch

The Ritz-Carlton takes a sophisticated, yet casual, take on sports bars with Buffalos.

With an open, stainless steel kitchen on the far end of the restaurant and a long, marble bar accented with hefty stone surroundings, at first glance, Buffalos appears more Ritz-Carlton restaurant than sports bar, but with six HD TVs strategically located both above the bar and in corners, it’s clear Buffalos is intended for sports fans with a foodie-type flair.

While sports play on the TVs, located along one side of the eatery, large windows open to relaxing mountain views on the other. In addition, Buffalos spills out into the terrace, shared by Daniel’s and The Grill.

Buffalos serves its starters, sides, greens and mountain entrées from 4-10 p.m. and keeps the drinks flowing until 11 p.m.

Guests frequently come in for the favorite — and huge — Cast Iron Nachos, piled high with cheese, chicken, pico de gallo and chips in a cast-iron pan, as well as the spinach artichoke dip. But it’s hard to pass up tasty artisan cheese plates or sweet corn soup naturally flavored with coconut and ginger.

Specialty salads like the Mandarin Strawberry Salad define lighter fare, while whimsical sides like house-made potato tots taste like an entire loaded baked potato.

And then there are the main dishes, or Mountain Favorites, as Buffalos likes to call them. Think bison and beef burgers with the culinary works braised short ribs complemented with citrus risotto and honey-glazed carrots tacos filled with sirloin steak, bacon and salsa and Buffalos’ Brioche Sliders, which come in a trio and can be ordered with smoked pork, achiote chicken, short rib beef, or a mix of all meats.

Desserts range from a Cast Iron Cookie (oh, yes, this is a big one) or salted caramel cheesecake to a lighter Limoncello Parfait or ice cream — including ever-rotating-spiked Boozy Ice Cream.

And, speaking of liquor, Buffalos offers craft cocktails from the likes of Woody Creek Gin, Knob Creek Bourbon and Goslings Dark Rum. A hand-selected list of white and red wines satisfies wine aficionados, while 13 local beers on tap, including Aspen Brewery’s blonde ale, Tivoli’s helles lager, Left Hand Brewing Company’s nitro milk stout and Tommyknocker Brewery’s non-alcoholic root beer, deliver a well-rounded drink menu.

The Ritz-Carlton has created a unique sports bar in Buffalos — one that offers both sports fans and non-watchers a full experience, from the mountain modern stone columns accented by wood and comfortable seating near sundrenched windows to spread-out TVs that allow groups to congregate and cheer. And, of course, there’s Buffalos’ unforgettable cuisine, beer and cocktails to help sports fans celebrate their wins or forget their woes.

by Kimberly Nicoletti
photos courtesy ritz-carlton, bachelor gulch


Buffalos Restaurant Opens at The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch - Recipes

This is the casual restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Bachelor Gulch. They offer very good quality food, burgers, salads, sandwiches, etc. prices are high and they add 20% gratuity, so be prepared.

6 - 10 of 139 reviews

Best place for lunch in Bachelor Gulch, located at the Ritz Carlton. Tasty salads, burgers, tacos. good options when you are done skiing.

Loved Buffalos at the Ritz. Had a fantastic lunch with great service. Very friendly staff from home state.

The service is hit or miss, and not all the food is top notch, however, the Bison Burger is outstanding. A nice setting with indoor and outdoor seating. Not cheap and the tax is high there.

Enjoyed lunch outdoors. Fair number of choices. Bison burger and all 3 kind of tacos are very good. Good craft beer choices.


Beaver Creek Gets More Ritzy

Ten years ago, I stayed at the then-relatively-new Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, at the base of Colorado’s Beaver Creek resort. The ski lodge was a new concept for the Ritz-Carlton, and I loved everything about it: ski-in/ski-out access, a great room with a huge stone fireplace, an outdoor fire pit for roasting marshmallows. Thankfully, all of that’s still there, but last month, the hotel put the finishing touches on a big renovation. Since I was out in Colorado, I went to take a look.

The big news? A brand-new, three-meals-a-day, open-kitchen restaurant called Buffalos, which serves up its namesake in several forms, like a buffalo steak and eggs, a bison burger, and something I wasn’t expecting to like as much as I did: bison tartare (washed down with a few Colorado craft beers). The hotel’s other restaurant, Spago, didn’t exist when I first visited, but since 2007, it’s been turning out Wolfgang Puck’s sensational seasonal dishes. And as I sampled his stupendous pumpkin-filled pasta, bonus—Puck himself was dining with his family a couple tables away.

Also brand-new: Bachelor’s Lounge, an �ults-only” space (since Puck isn’t the only one who comes here with his family). It’s a welcome addition, as nightlife isn’t one of the Bachelor Gulch area’s strengths. The contemporary spot makes a great last stop for the night, and even includes an outdoor cigar lounge with heat lamps. I passed on the stogie and the brisk air and opted for a drink in a big comfy chair indoors while a piano player crooned some Elton John.

The 180 spacious and comfortable rooms and suites remain structurally intact, but they’ve had a refresh the new color scheme, lighter blues and greens, bring a brighter feel to the rooms. And while I almost universally hate hotel art, the new wildlife artwork is modern and even pretty cool.

And, oh yes, the skiing. It starts with the ski valet experience, which was redesigned to be more efficient. Walk out to the back patio, ask for your boots (kept in a heated room, of course), drink a hot cocoa around the fire, then clomp out to the snow where your skis are waiting for you. (No equipment? No problem. The hotel’s upscale Gorsuch shop can get you set up, complete with an in-room boot fitting.)

From there I hopped right on the Bachelor Gulch Express lift to find great snow all over the resort, from the main Beaver Creek Mountain over to Arrowhead Mountain. It didn’t hurt that I was demoing amazing Zai skis (which retail for up to $10,000) as a New York City resident, though, I was so anxious to get out there I would have been happy with my old skinny skis (ok, maybe only mildly happy).

After hitting the bumps, it was time to hit the outdoor hot tubs and the sprawling spa, which also features an outdoor heated pool, indoor grotto, lots of treatment options, and super-comfortable single-sex lounging areas, which even include ovens with heated neck pillows.

I love little details like that, and the new renovations here have wrapped those details up in a fantastic package—one that’s even nicer than what I experienced 10 years ago.


Bachelor Gulch Residents Association

We are a part of Beaver Creek Mountain Ski Area which also includes Beaver Creek Village to our east, and Arrowhead Village to our west. The ski mountain usually opens during Thanksgiving week and closes around mid April. The total ski area has 1,805 acres consisting of 340 acres (19%) of beginner terrain, 771 acres (43%) of intermediate terrain, and 694 acres (38%) of advanced terrain. 17 lifts service it's 148 trails. The ski mountain has 3 terrain parks, one half pipe, and two bowls (Larkspur bowl & Rose bowl). The lifts are open on average from 9 AM to 3:30 PM (hours extended over the season as days get longer). We are also located about 10 miles west of Vail, the largest ski area in North America. The mountain has four terrain parks, seven bowls, and 5,289 acres of free ride terrain. Its 193 trails are serviced by 32 lifts and 1 gondola.

Visit the Beaver Creek website for all Ski tickets, daily mountain weather, and grooming information.

Beaver Creek Website


Emergency

Vail Valley Medical Center 970-476-2451

Bachelor Gulch Security 970-754-2345

Bachelor Gulch Public Safety 970-754-2345

Beaver Creek Ski Patrol 970-754-6610

Poison Center 800-222-1222

Suicide Prevention 800-273-8255

AIRPORT INFORMATION

Avon, the Vail/Eagle County Airport is serviced by American, Continental, Delta, Northwest, United Airlines, and U. S. Airways.

A bout 2 hours east of Bachelor Gulch. Non-stop destination for major national and international flights.

Airport offers over 110,000 square feet of heated hanger space and many other private jet services.

Gr and Junction, CO- Current Air Carriers i nclude America West, Skywest/Delta Connection, and United Express, with non-stop flights daily to Phoenix and Salt Lake City. Approximately 2 hours west of Bachelor Gulch.

BG HOA REstaurant and bar DISCOUNTS:

20% discounts on dining & drinks at the following restaurants with BGClub (skipass) or BGRA ID card (printable)

Dining

Entertainment

Beaver Creek 970-845-5775

Cordillera Mountain 970-926-5100

Cordillera Short 970-926-5550

Cordillera Summit 970-926-5300

Cordillera Valley 970-926-5950

Cotton Ranch 970-524-6200

Country Club of the Rockies 970-926-3080

Eagle Ranch 970-328-2882

Eagle Springs 970-926-4400

Eagle Vail 970-926-5267

Red Sky 970-754-8425

Sonnenalp 970-477-5370

Vail Golf Club 970-479-2260

Tennis

Bachelor Gulch Tennis 970-331-2588

Beaver Creek Resort 970-845-9090

Other

*BG Club- Club activities & Concierge 970-845-2316. [email protected]

*The Ritz Carlton Spa & Fitness Center- 970-343-1138

*Ritz Kids- Kids Recreational activities 970-343-1073

*BG Ticket Office- Ski lift tickets 970-754-5200

*BC Summer Ticket Office- Summer recreational tickets 970-754-5200

*BC Ski School- Private, children and adult group ski lessons 970-754-5300.

Services

*BG Village Association- Resort rules & regulations/ security/ trash service agreement. 970-754-6905 (Carol Floyd) 970-754-6907 (Mike Trueblood).

*Village Operations- Resort common areas/landscaping and maintenance 970-754-6905 (Carol Floyd) 970-754-6907 (Mike Trueblood)

*BG Metro District- Road maintenance and plowing 970-748-4646 (Dave Berg)

*BG Public Safety- Safety and security/ vehicle passes & stickers/ animal control/ alarms/ property access/misc. assistance 970-754-2345 (Front Gate)

*Mountain Operations- Grooming and maintenance of mountain areas (not private yards) 970-754-5152 (Gary Shimanowitz). Trails Hotline- 970-754-5907

*Design Review Board (DRB)- Code enforcement/ building, remodel, landscaping, lighting, etc. 970-754-3147 (Michele Frost)

*Eagle River Water & Sanitation District- Water & sewer. 970-476-7480

*Waste Management- Trash & recyclable removal 970-926-3396

*Village to Village Transportation. Download Mobile app here - Ph. 970-949-1938.

*BC Mountain Snow Report- 970-476-4888

*BC Daily Grooming Report- Groomed runs listing 970-754-5950


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