La Cabane du Mont-Fort
Simmer in the Old Alps feel on a stunning high-alpine hillock with traditional hearty eats at this on-mountain café. Order the croûte au fromage.
Contemporary upscale design, wood-fired pizza, great wine list, beautiful views. Reservations are required for this on-slope lunch spot.
Renowned for its artful cuisine (order filet of beef with sauce Olympique), famous clientele, warm hospitality, and panoramic views from its Attelas summit perch.
Offering regional specialities, including grilled meat and fish, homemade pasta, roast chicken, and local wines.
Chef Philippe Brodard serves unconventional takes on traditional fare, like a market salad with Spanish ham, figs, and grilled vegetables.
In a rustic-modern space, Chef Anne-Sophie Taurine buys premier ingredients from Aosta, Burgundy, and elsewhere to craft her cuisine de terroir. Pumpkin soup with mushroom Chantilly cream. Duck-breast bruschetta with pesto. Lamb-shank confit in a thyme jus with spicy couscous. Or ski up to the take-out window for crepes.
Join wealthy weekend partiers from London at the Farinet Lounge for late-night champagne and imported fancy DJs; reservations and a minimum spend are required for the desirable booths.
Dance the night away at the Farm Club with four decades of Verbier party history infusing the scene and the dapper brothers Giuseppe and Serafino Berardi as hosts.