What are people saying about Juniper Restaurant?

Beat the winter crowds and get first choice seating at Juniper Restaurant.

What are people saying about Juniper Restaurant?

Best Restaurant on the Valley!

“Consistently outstanding food, service, great setting, and very comfortable. Table reservations are ready on time. The owner is almost always on duty making sure all goes well.”Oct 20, 2015 Open Table

Awesome. A little bit of a drive from Vail main village but totally worth it. Another bonus was that the wine list had reasonable choices compared to other high end Vail restaurants.Yelp 2014
Fantastic place. My family and I eat here 2-3 times each winter. The food is terrific. The service is outstanding. Great wine list. Reasonable prices for the valley. Love coming here and always look forward to coming back.Yelp March 2015
“Fantastic dinner, excellent service, great atmosphere!”

Ate a Juniper a few years ago and had one of the best steaks in my life. So, I was excited to go back last night. Happy to say I was not disappointed. Again, the food was excellent, the service was as well, and the restaurant had a lovely energy. It was not too loud… The energy level was just right. I got the filet and it was cooked perfectly. We also had a few sushi appetizers which were all delicious. You can’t go wrong here.
Trip Advisor Jan 2015

“An A+” 5 of 5 stars
Food, drinks, and service were all of the highest quality and a summer dinner on the covered patio overlooking the mountains with the sound of the Eagle River in the background made this a top-flight dining experience.

2015 Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor 2009

VAIL-BEAVER CREEK MAGAZINE
HOLIDAY 2009 ISSUE

Doug Abel at Juniper Restaurant
Carving out a niche as a master of fine dining just down the road is Douglas Abel at Juniper Restaurant, located along the Eagle River in Riverwalk at Edwards. Abel, with his Executive Chef Todd Bullis, says he brought his dream for a new restaurant to Edwards in 2002 based on a proven model. “Basically, I wanted a downvalley Sweet Basil, from the minute you walk in the door all the way through the dining experience,” says Abel, referring to Vail’s famed fine dining establishment. “There was great opportunity for that here in Edwards.” Watching Abel work is to witness a master, indeed. Though Juniper is open nightly for dinner only, he arrives early in the afternoon, enlivening the place with motivational pats on the backs and helpful observations for the staff. Nothing escapes his attention, from the wine selection to the linen tablecloths to the lighting throughout the main dining room and newly enclosed patio overlooking the Eagle River. “I really like what I do, and I think that shows,” Abel says. “I just love being here.”


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