The Westin Riverfront Beaver Creek Opens Newly Expanded Lobby Bar The Lookout

BEAVER CREEK, CO. October 23, 2017 - The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain is pleased to announce that it has opened its newly expanded lobby bar, The Lookout.

The Lookout pours an extensive menu of Colorado microbrews, hand-crafted cocktails and wines while offering stunning views of Beaver Creek Mountain and the Eagle River. The Lookout also serves delicious starters, salads, sandwiches, flatbreads and decadent desserts.

The Westin Riverfront spent more than $500,000 on the bar upgrade; The Lookout more than tripled its seating and now offers multiple large screen televisions. During the ski season, The Lookout will feature live music nighty starting at 4 p.m.

The Lookout menu starts off with Housemade Pretzel Bites, Adobo Chicken Wings and Corn & Chorizo Fritters. Sandwiches include the Parlor Burger, a Rueben and a Grilled Steak Sandwich and Flatbreads include Roasted Mushroom, Sausage & Peppers and Artichoke & Sun Dried Tomato.

Handcrafted cocktails include the MTN Primrose, featuring MTN Colorado Gin, a Bourbon Derby featuring Knob Creek Bourbon and the Chili Cucumber featuring Effen Cucumber Vodka. The Lookout pours a variety of Colorado microbrews, including Crazy Mountain Hookiebobb IPA, Telluride Brewing Co.’s Face Down Brown and Vail Brewing Company Us & Them ESB.

The Westin Riverfront is located at 126 Riverfront Lane in Avon. Complimentary valet parking is available for patrons of Maya & The Lookout, based on availability.

For more information on The Westin Riverfront, please visit www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com.

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