The Wildflower restaurant was so elegant and the food was oh so good. Understand there is no more Wildflower; it is being replanted as Elway’s. However, the memories linger. This photo was taken more than twenty years ago, as I write: the memories linger.
Come ski season, the expansive and fabulously located space will be the site of Elway’s first high-country restaurant, offering such signature dishes as hand-cut, aged USDA prime steaks, fresh seafood and shellfish, Colorado rack of lamb, and Elway’s Smash Burger (not to be confused with the Smashburger chain, which coincidentally got its start in the Vail Valley).