A Fantastic Day on the Slopes Takes Some Serious Fuel
The best ski-friendly restaurants and cafés in and around King Pine.
Pine Cone Café Serves the Perfect Slopeside Snacks
For some people, skiing powder-packed slopes makes them crave a piece of pizza. For others, getting a little chilly makes them crave a cup of chili. Fortunately, Pine Cone Café serves everything from soups and salads to chicken fingers and ciabatta sandwiches so you can tackle your snow-fueled cravings head on.
With a long list of libations and live music every Saturday, Trails End Tavern is a terrific place to après. From 12:00–7:00p.m. daily they pour beer, wine and cocktails. And on weekends and during holiday periods, they open their express window for slopeside service too.
Mondays – Pioneer Race League draft specials, bar munchies, prizes, and giveaways.
Tuesdays – Beginning Tuesday, January 2, get 2 pizza slices & 2 draft beers for $20. Available non-holiday Tuesdays only.
Saturdays (unless where noted) – Live Music 3-6 p.m.
December 16 – John Britton
December 23 – The Deviant Music
December 30 – The Northern Comfort Band
January 6 – Ben Thibault
January 13 – The Northern Comfort Band
Sunday, January 14 – Mitch Alden
January 20 – Kris Hype
January 27 – The Deviant Music
February 3 – Ben Thibault
February 10 – Chris Torrey
February 17 – The Northern Comfort Band
Monday, February 19 – Kris Hype
Wednesday, February 21 – Mitch Alden
Thursday, February 22 – The Deviant Music
February 24 – Ben Thibault
March 2 – The Northern Comfort Band
March 9 – Ben Thibault
March 16 – Kris Hype
March 23 – Andrew Favreau
March 30 – The Deviant Music
If you’re looking for an unexpectedly crispy eggplant parmesan or an unbelievably savory plate of short ribs, look no further than Traditions Restaurant. Located on the shores of Purity Lake—just a half-mile from King Pine’s Base Lodge—Traditions is known for delivering some of the region’s best meals in one of its coziest dining rooms. It’s the kind of place that keeps people coming back again and again—which just may be why it’s called Traditions.