A French Bistro, Summit marries French tradition with American originality. Summit’s stellar menu of year-round favorites includes House Made Charcuterie, Potato Crusted Swordfish, Wagyu Beef Burger, Moules Mariniere and Hanger Steak. The ever-evolving seasonal selections find strength in a vibrant network of top-shelf vendors that provide the kitchen with the highest quality ingredients and local produce available. An extensive bar highlights local microbrews, cocktails and wines from the finest regions of the world, adding to Summit’s unique assortment.
Designed by acclaimed architect Adam D. Tihany, Summit's contemporary design is inspired by the grandeur of Pike's Peak and provides a stunning counterpoint to the classic elegance of The Broadmoor. Wood, metal, glass, leather and fabrics are used throughout the dining room to evoke a modern, yet natural feel suited perfectly to Summit’s American brasserie menu and eclectic wine and cocktail program.
Summit has been named one of America's 10 Best Hotel Restaurants by Frommer's and was previously honored in the Robb Report "Best of the Best", and Esquire's "Best New Restaurants" and "Best New Restaurant Design."
Price Range: $20 - $44
Dining Room Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM Closed Mondays
Lounge Hours:Tuesday through Sunday from 5:00 PM offering an appetizer and dinner menu.
Attire: Dressy denim, and collared shirts are required. Seasonal sport coat or blazer suggested. Please no athletic wear, sport wear, shorts, pool attire or gentlemen’s hats.
Location:Located across from Broadmoor Main, in Broadmoor Hall.
Menu: Dinner, Dessert, Youth Menu
Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2015
Dinner Regular Menu and Specials 5:00pm-9:00pm
If you are a Pinot Noir lover, this event is for you.
Join some of the best Pinot Noir winemakers in the USA; Andrew Vingiello, AP Vin; Ed Kurtzman, August West; Jenne Bonaccorsi, Bonaccorsi; Jim Prosser, JK Carriere; Craig Strelow, Camlow Keefer Ranch; David O'Reilly, Owen Roe; Dan Kosta, Kosta Browne; and Peter Cargasacchi, Cargasacchi. The BROADMOOR has created a two night weekend exploring of the joys of wine, designed to elevate participants’ overall understanding and appreciation through interactive wine seminars, exploratory pairings and tastings and a multi-course winemaker dinner. Chef Mark Musial will create a menu that perfectly complements and highlights Pinot Noirs from the country’s top producers and celebrates Summit’s 10 year Anniversary!
Friday evening Reception with Broadmoor Sommeliers (Pinot Posse arrives by lunch time for afternoon tastings etc).
Dinner on own.
Saturday –Breakfast on own
Saturday morning - The regions of Pinot Noir in the Northeast United States
Saturday lunch - Reserve your table today in Golden Bee or La Taverne!
Saturday afternoon – Spend your afternoon with the Pinot Posse as they focus on wines from the West Coast of the US and specifics about the wines from their portfolios!
Saturday night – Pinot Posse Wine dinner in Summit
Afterglow in Summit - ala carte pricing and optional to attend but it will be fun to spend the evening with the wine makers!
Sunday Sunday Brunch on own but included in package (Don’t forget to make your reservation)
Saturday evening dinners will be sold À la carte at $150++ for each weekend.
Packages start at $725++/person based on double occupancy or $935++for single
For more information, or to make your reservation online visit broadmoor.com/TasteandSavor or call 844.358.7309.
*Menus, prices and hours are subject to change.
Parties larger than 12 people require specialized menu selections and reservations to secure the private or semi-private dining areas within Summit. To book your group reservations, please call 719.471.6332.