First Tracks Breakfast

January 4, 2020 in Inside Look, Slope Stories - 2 Comments

The early bird gets the worm, or the freshest snow of the day in this case. Be our guest for First Tracks Breakfast, a guided skiing or snowboarding adventure before the lifts open to the public, capped off with an unforgettable breakfast at The Mountain Room.

Pick a weekend with clear skies or snow on the way to book your First Tracks Breakfast. Watch the sunrise from the top of Spruce Peak and enjoy the untouched corduroy or powder. After an unforgettable morning on the slopes, you will be greeted at the Mountain Room with an incredible three-course meal. Take a peek below to look at the amazing menu items.

Amuse Bouche

For starters, you will be served with fried to order donuts that melt in your mouth and some tasty chorizo homefries.

First Course

The first course of the meal starts with a lemon and smoked ricotta pancake with maple jalapeno butter. This will hands down be the most unique and tasty pancake you have ever had. With the red onion and scallions to top it off, it is a perfect combination of sweet and savory.

Second Course

For the second course, you get to choose between the traditional benedict or the ‘nduja benedict. The traditional benedict is on wonderful toasted sourdough with a huge piece of prosciutto, poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. The ‘nduja benedict has whipped prosciutto, white anchovy, a poached egg, and hollandaise. If you like a little spice, this one is for you.

Third Course

Last but certainly not least, is the third course. You have to make the tough decision of choosing between the pork hash or the whipped ricotta toast. The pork hash is super flavorful with carnitas, potato, pickled peppers, and a pork fried egg. The whipped ricotta toast is simple and perfect with olive oil and sea salt.

Once you’re done, you might be so full you have to take the Chondola back down.

This package is $99 per person, and is available every Saturday and Sunday starting January 4 through March 15.

KyraLynne

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2 Comments

  • Meghna Eichelberger January 10, 2020 at 8:44 pm

    This is a great idea, but for first-track lovers, I think apps & drinks at 2pm would work better! People wont want to come in if the snow is good!

  • Tom January 11, 2020 at 1:03 am

    Whipped Prosciutto? Really? I’m imagining steakhouse creamed spinach, but replace the spinach with bacon’s more refined cousin – yow. If you can pull this off, you can retire to the pantheon of culinary deities.
    Of course, I also have a image in my head of Dan Aykroyd’s Bass-o-Matic, but that’s probably my way of trying to process ‘whipped meat’.

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