What do we love the most about winter (besides skiing)? The delicious food! From warming stews and soups to tasty pastas and pizzas, we can’t get enough of all the rich tastes of wintry meals. Of course, there’s no better way to end a hearty meal than with a decadent dessert.
Royal Street Café: DIY hot chocolate
Warm up after a day on the Deer Valley slopes with this unique dessert option served at Royal Street Café. Dark chocolate is served on a stick alongside warmed milk, and then you blend them together — check out this mesmerizing video to see it in action.
710 Bodega: Churros served with a chocolate dipping sauce
End your meal at this modern tapas bar with their signature Spanish dessert. If you’re craving something fruitier, we suggest going with the apple empanada, with caramelized apple, puff pastry and vanilla bean ice cream.
Powder: Crème brûlée trio
Why limit yourself to one kind of crème brûlée when you can choose three? Guests have raved about this dessert option at the Waldorf Astoria restaurant. Plus, Chef Hermann is a trained pastry chef, so you know any dessert selection will be a solid choice.
Glitretind: Caramel apple sphere
You literally can’t go wrong with any dessert at Stein Eriksen’s famed Glitretind restaurant, thanks to the talented team of a dozen pastry chefs led by Jeremy Garcia. Bur during the chilly months, we recommend going with the caramel apple sphere, featuring calvados caramel, brown butter ice cream and apple confit-spiced Madeleines.
Goldener Hirsch Inn: Chocolate fondue
Start your dinner with a decadent cheese fondue, and end it with an even richer chocolate fondue, served alongside sea salt shortbread, gingerbread, marshmallows and fresh fruit for dipping.
Burgers and Bourbon: S’mores shake
The Montage restaurant serves as an ideal place for hungry skiers to satisfy their appetites once they get off the mountain. Wash down your burger with their signature s’mores shake, with chocolate, graham cracker, smoked marshmallows and an optional spike of Bailey’s.