Repeat visit. Having lunch while the mountain is socked in. Artisan pizza, good wine, and attentive service.
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This was a great idea, dinner with a view. The best part it was only upstairs. The menu is great, wide spread of offerings. My Mountain Burger was delicious! Cooked to perfection and just the ticket after a long day of skiing. Enjoy
Stratton is pretty expensive overall so expect pretty hefty prices anywhere you go there. Grizzly's is no exception. The drink prices are reasonable. We all got a beer or cider to drink when we were there. They have a good selection of local craft beers....More
Great place for a pint and a very nice crowd to eat and drink with. You can actually start-up conversations with other riders and skiers without feeling out-of-place. In fact, myself and my Family think Stratton resort is the most non-obnoxious, low-key, yet super chill...More
I'm reviewing this place considering it as a restaurant, not just an apres ski bar. At lunch I've had the white pizza, pizza Margherita (see photo) and the chicken sandwich (skip the fries and get the kale and quinoa salad. I'm not kidding). Service is...More
First time at this bar/restaurant and it was to see my fav local band Rebel Alliance! I wasn't sure what to expect there because I've never been. It was packed with people who were there for skiing and snowboarding. Even though they were packed the...More
Extensive food and bar area that can absorb large numbers of people, and requiring a huge staff. Given this - the organization is actually pretty good and the food and drinks fair. Service will depend on the specific employee but we had good service. Grizzly's...More
Nice selection of food, good for kids and nice selection of beverages. Down side - we sat next to the bar. You were sandwiches between the bar crowd and the traffic from the lodge area.
We skied for two days at Stratton and stopped for a light lunch at Grizzly's both days.It was very busy and crowded but we had a great waiter. Shout out to to Dave ("Be Breezy") He was very friendly. On the second day he remembered...More