The Handle Bar
6 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4
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"You can't go wrong with having drinks and dinner outside at the base of a mountain. The seared salmon was very, very good and it was great to try whiskey from a WY distillery. And as you'd expect, the staff throughout the Four Seasons was friendly and helpful as well."
You can't go wrong with having drinks and dinner outside at the base of a mountain. The seared salmon was very, very good and it was great to try whiskey from a WY distillery. And as you'd expect, the staff throughout the Four Seasons was friendly and helpful as well.
You can come straight from the mountain for lunch or Apres. Fun bar good food
Located at the base of the ski resort - a great spot for a midday ski break.
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