Great place to relax after a day of boarding. Great atmosphere and good service considering the onslaught of clients.
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This restaurant is located at the base of Buttermilk mountain. Can´t say much about quality of more elaborate food since we only grabbed a quick bite during a break from snowboarding. Our experience was good.
Aspen tends to have the best places to eat on the slopes but this was a big disappointment. Arrived at peak lunch time and their was a line for grill/pasta. No order and it was chaos The employees and ski instructors were all pushing to...More
Typical ski area food served, such as burgers, soups, stews, in a family atmosphere.....This is a perfect place for families with children to lunch, it is at the base of the mountain, so the time away from skiing is minimal....sure to satisfy
The chefs prepare amazing food for everyone. The Chef's special is always a hit. There is plenty of seating with great views of the ski area. The outside patio gives you a front row seat to the half pipe action.
From the bar, you can watch the "kids" doing the half-pipes. Never crowded. Nice place to hang out and relax.
Everyone is just so nice! Excellent food! Excellent service! Easy access and reasonable prices! Lots of great lunch specials an All cooked in front of you!
Very enjoyable location and delicious food! It might not be of the same level as Aspen as a pervious reviewer mentioned, the food is excellent at a more reasonable price... I would place Bumps behind Gwyn's and Cafe Suzzanne at Snowmass, but not by very...More
The food at Bumps is very disappointing compared to the food at Aspen Mountain. We had a reasonably tasty soup, but Caesar Salad with smoked chicken was just ok.
What a great place to have lunch -- although I really enjoy the Mongolian BBQ at the cafe on top of the mountain, the daily pasta special at Bumps is outstanding -- usually a full size portion is enough to feed my wife and me....More