We had a great meal but quite expensive. Very popular with locals. Always packed with great following.
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It was all very good! All four of us ordered something different and all loved the food. Not just the main entree but everything put on the plate was excellent! When back in the area we will definitely visit again. Can't wait to venture to...More
We had a great table on the enclosed patio, atmosphere was perfect, service impeccable, meal superb. Especially loved the octopus, grilled to perfection. We shared that, each had a great entree and split a dessert. Best meal we've had in ages.
Excellent, thoughtful menu sets the stage for a wonderful evening. We enjoy seeing the same servers every season! They are terrific and very attentive, even when they are very busy. Food never disappoints. Love the bone marrow in the winter. Duck, fish...all are expertly prepared....More
Juniper's serves a signature veal dish with a caprese angel hair pasta that is outrageously scrumptious - and consistent! The room is usually buzzing with regulars (which we love) and is rounded out by visitors to the stunning Vail Valley. Worth a visit, even if...More
We happened upon Juniper and stopped in for an early dinner on Labor Day weekend because we had no reservation. They sat us immediately at a lovely table. The wait staff was terrific and the meals delicious. By the time we were leaving the place...More
We enjoy Juniper Restaurant every time we visit. It is one of our favorite places when we get to Colorado. Flash fried shosito peppers were excellent. Duck duo and veal scallopini were good as always. And you have to get the hot sticky toffee pudding...More
We had a great table on the covered deck overlooking the bike trails & creek. Our waiter Dave offered great suggestions on wine & food while providing excellent service. My husband had the glazed organic salmon & I had the Agave glazed pork chop &...More
charming location with the best tables facing a creek; this restaurant has become such a destination that it has cost some charm; still worth going, and you will join half the opulent world of the region. Parking was easy two years ago but area has...More