The Sebastian’s Block 16 restaurant is a wine inspired and an ingredient driven restaurant, thoughtfully executing modern American cuisine. Block 16 offers a setting where diners can unwind, reconnect and celebrate at the mountain’s edge. Ezra Duker, the chef de cuisine, sources products from small farmers and unique producers and is always seeking the highest quality. Yes, we said wine inspired — wines are chosen to compliment the menu and offer the diner intriguing labels from around the globe. The Sebastian’s wine director, Thamin Saleh, pairs their delicious dishes with unique wines from small producers from all over the world.
The Sebastian’s calls Frost “the bar you can never pass up without dropping in.” Three words they use to describe Frost are hip, warm, and social. You can expect to find an unbelievable selection of spirits from around the globe in one of the best atmospheres in the West. Frost offers a tapas menu focusing on small bites ranging from $10 – $17, such as salumi, cheese platters and a unique spin on classic favorites such as Chicken Satay Skewers with curry and peanut sauce and the Sliders Duo ofangus beef and tuna. Standout items include Lamb Croquettes with golden raisins, pine nuts and rosemary-soy reduction and Avocado “Canneloni” with Scottish salmon tartare, Sriracha and soy sauce.
MARKET Cafe is a quaint, internationally inspired Vail restaurant and cafe created for the sophisticated palette. Their cheeses, breads and handmade delicacies make every trip toMARKET one-of-a-kind. Whether it’s breakfast, a picnic lunch, or dinner to enjoy gathered around your table, MARKET is made to order just the way you like it.
Finally, there is The Sebastian’s Beignet Café, which is located slope side next to The Sebastian Base Camp. Take a break from the cold and enjoy hot and fresh treats. At theBeignet Café, you can customize your beignet with several sweet and savory flavors and toppings for a personalized Sebastian-style doughnut experience. They go perfectly with your specialty coffee, refreshing smoothie and other grab-and-go goodies! For more information, check out The Sebastian Vail website.