Treat yourself at our own Restaurant 17, where old-world hospitality lends familiar European feel, yet the cuisine reveals a progressive, modern approach. At the head of the kitchen, Chef Nick Graves marries his classical training with his dedication to local ingredients to craft an ever-changing menu inspired by place.
We’re always devising new menus based on seasonality and occasion.
Special Events & Occassions
We’re always hosting special events and occasions at Restaurant 17, including guest Chefs, Wine Dinners, and special menus for special dates!
*Reservations are required for most events at Restaurant 17
Enjoy a complimentary European continental breakfast showcasing thoughtful, local ingredients and seasonal flavors. This three-course meal is the best way to start a day of outdoor adventure or well-deserved relaxation. Breakfast is served between 7:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Fresh squeezed juice, coffee—menu changes daily.
*Arrangements for dietary restrictions will be made if we are told in advance.
Drop by Café 17 for a menu featuring classic café offerings—fresh-from-the-oven pastries and hand-pulled espresso—or stop midday for a hand-pressed panini. Café 17 is open from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, with lunch beginning at 11 a.m.
Mountain sunsets are only made better with a bottle of fine wine or an inventive cocktail. The mixologists at Bar 17 blend top-shelf spirits with fresh, local ingredients in creative craft beverages.
Progressive Cuisine with an Artisanal Approach
Sourced almost entirely from neighboring farms and nearby streams, the cuisine of Restaurant 17 has earned a reputation for the creative ways it transforms and showcases local ingredients and regional cuisine. It marries classical training and traditional techniques with a progressive culinary perspective. The menu is a reflection of the region, changing daily based on the availability of seasonal ingredients.