Deer Valley’s gourmet approach to dining begins with this base lodge cafeteria. At the Snow Park Restaurant, you can get made-to-order homemade cinnamon challah French toast drizzled with banana butter and Vermont maple syrup or a house-smoked salmon omelet. Grab a quick bowl of homemade granola or Irish oatmeal from the Natural Breakfast Buffet, or linger over hearty huevos rancheros. For lunch, try the house special enchiladas, made with roasted butternut squash, shiitake mushroom, anasazi beans, and corn or chicken, cheese and cilantro. On a budget? Get a bowl of their signature turkey chili, which comes with all-you-can-eat bread. deervalley.com
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