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Get a taste of Keystone’s finest

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Summit Daily/Mark Fox

Bottom to top, Keystone Resort is known for its fine cuisine; at the base of the mountain Ski Tip Lodge’s rotating four-course dinners bring locals and visitors back for more, while Alpenglow Stube rises among all restaurants as the highest AAA Four Diamond dining experience in the nation.

Saturday, everyone can get a taste of Keystone’s finest without traveling all over the mountain – and without the expense. Individual tickets allow people to sample the best of Keystone’s cuisine, including the legendary Keystone Ranch, Bighorn Steakhouse, River Course Grill, Summit Seafood, Parrot Eyes, Big Country BBQ and pastry chef Ned Archibald’s sweet and masterful delights.

Some of the stand-out samples include seared ahi tuna from Edgewater Cafe, grilled bison short ribs and wild boar ribs from the Stube and rosemary pine honey marinated Colorado lamb loin from the Ski Tip.

“Taste of Keystone really goes beyond your standard festival food fare,” said Kate Coble, Keystone spokesperson, “because it highlights our award-winning restaurants and AAA, four-diamond rated chefs.”

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