Colorado January 02, 2020
There Is No Better Way To Warm Up This Winter Than With A Cup Of Cocoa From The New Belgium Ranger Station In Colorado
Colorado is famous for having downright cold and often unbearable winters, so how does one warm-up after a day on the slopes, waiting outside for the light rail, or shoveling during a blizzard (so as to not get fined by their HOA)? While you can always stand in a steaming-hot shower for a good while, we recommend treating your tastebuds to a delicious cup of cocoa at the
New Belgium Ranger Station:
Located in Snowmass Village, the New Belgium Ranger Station is the only place to go in town for delicious food, a cozy ambiance, and - of course - New Belgium brews!
Vowing to "protect, pour, partake," the New Belgium Ranger Station is situated slope side on Snowmass Mountain and boasts not only an inviting dining room and staff but easy access to the surrounding mountainside.
While Colorado's iconic New Belgium beer is reason enough to visit the Ranger Station, they also have a menu of other can't-miss drinks, including their decadent hot cocoa.
What will it be? The Hot Dude (espresso, Marble vodka, and hot chocolate)? A Chairlift Warmer (hot chocolate with Telluride schnapps and fresh cream)? Or how about a Chocolate Covered Cherry (bourbon, fresh cream, and - you guessed it - hot chocolate)? Whichever you choose, you are in for a treat!
While you are enjoying your hot cocoa, you will want to nibble on something, too, which is where New Belgium's menu of shareable appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches, and homemade desserts come into play.
Trust us: There is nothing better in this world than a hot chocolate and Avocado Flatbread.
You can thank us later!
To check out the food and drink menu before you go - or to learn more about the New Belgium Ranger Station - please visit their
The New Belgium Ranger Station is open every day from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Which Colorado restaurant has your favorite hot cocoa? Let us know in the comments! While you are in the area, be sure to also check out
Here Is The Most Remote, Isolated Spot In Colorado And It’s Positively Breathtaking.
Address: 100 Elbert Ln #115, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, USA