Another great après ski spot right down the road from Loon, Gordi’s gives tired skiers a place to put up their tired feet and throw down a cold one. Their daily après ski specials are cheap and great with friends and drinks. If dinner is what your interested in, they have a enormous menu ranging from decedent surf and turf to chicken Parmesan. Try the Gordi’s Cut Prime Rib and even add lobster. $11-$36; 603-745-6635
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