From a quick slice of pizza to a sit-down belly buster lunch we’ve got you covered. Come on in to fuel up so you can head back out to the slopes for the rest of the day.
Milly Chalet is our newest day lodge. Located at the base of the Millicent High Speed Quad, skiers and riders can fuel up with an assortment of great food and incredible views of Mt. Millicent. It also has outdoor seating so you can bask in the sunshine.
Located at the base of the mountain just beyond Brighton Center lodge. Accessible by non-skiers on foot who want to join you.
Alpine Rose is our main cafeteria with all the foods hungry skiers and riders crave from daily breakfast specials, to hearty lunches, and dinners for night skiers. Nothing fancy, just good chow. Lots of grab-and-go snacks too. In spring, there are cookouts on the sun deck.
By the way, look around the Rose and enjoy the photos of Brighton’s early years.
Located slopeside on the upper floor of the Brighton Manor, the A-frame at the base of the mountain. Accessible by non-skiers on foot who want to join you.
Molly’s is our full service bar and grill, complete with a cozy fireplace, magnificent views of the mountains and full table service. Molly’s hand tossed pizzas, to its most famous nachos, our menu is sure to please everyone. If you want to remember your special day on the hill, pick up a Molly’s pint glass or a long or short sleeved Molly’s shirt. Ask your server for details!!
Located on the main floor of the Brighton Center. Blind Miner Coffee serves up a variety of tasty treats to warm the spirit. Enjoy a latte, a chai tea, a waffle or a brat. Blind Miner Coffee has snacks to perk you up.
Brighton is one of the few mountains that actually invites families to bring their own picnic lunches and sit down at tables and chairs. You don’t have to eat on a snowbank!
Picnic lunch areas are located at the base of the mountain: on the main level of Brighton Center lodge, and on the main level of the A-frame. Both have soda vending machines. Both are right at the base of the mountain and non-skiers can get there on foot.
Please no picnics or brown bag lunches in the Alpine Rose or Milly Chalet cafeterias.
Winter Hours: Sun-Thur 8am to 9pm, Fri-Sat 8am to 9:30pm
It serves big portions so go extra hungry. Snow plow drivers and canyon sheriffs often stop there for a bite along their routes, so don’t be surprised if you see them. Back in the pioneer days, the building was originally a general store. Check out the photos on the walls of the good old days.
Silver Fork Lodge has become famous for hospitality and authentic homemade meals.
From the 50-year-old sourdough pancake starter, to succulent “canyon pepper steak,” this bed & breakfast offers a full-scale restaurant with the fuel to keep you going no matter where your taste lies. Located just 5 miles below Brighton.
Thats a Wrap for the 2015 - 2016 Season.
The Ladies have been rippin!