We loved our waitress Kara taking care of our group (7 of us) during the festival. The food was fantastic
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This is a warm and cozy restaurant and bar. The plant room reminds me of my bay window in the 70s. Unfortunately the spaghetti and meatballs were more like the 50s, without the garlic bread. The tuna appetizer was pretty good. Service was attentive.
Wonderful service, attentive, quick, even on a busy weekend. Food was delicious, hot and fast. Great ski crowd hangout as well.
Its the Loaf! Good food, warm atmosphere, great people, reasonable prices. Its not flashy, its Maine. Its not Vail, its the Loaf. Relax, enjoy, have a beer or 4 and the rest will just happen
Being a longtime Sugarloafer (35 years), it's been rather sad to see the decline of Gepetto's. The restaurant was sold to the mountain a few years ago and sadly, has not matched the quality of food that had become the norm. We've tried eating there...More
My friends and family have stopped at Gepetto's for lunch pretty much exclusively when we ski at Sugarloaf. So convenient, good drinks, friendly staff, great food. You can sit at the bar or if it's available, the bright, sunny atrium, with plants and a gas...More
A friend and I stopped in after a day of skiing to grab a bite. Crispy, delicious chicken tenders with honey mustard dipping sauce and French fries for $10.00 (pretty affordable in relation to some on-mountain restaurants!). My cocktail was tasty, too! We sat at...More
Six of us (4 adults, 2 kids) went here while staying at Sugarloaf ski resort. It beat lots of meals I've had at other ski resorts, that's for sure. We had a drink at the bar while we waited for a table to be ready....More
We had a group of 14 (all ages) dine here one night and we were well taken care of. Our waitress was sweet and did a great job handling our crazy crew. The atmosphere was fun: a few TVs going with ESPN and a nice...More