Village Bagel Sets Up Shop in Edwards

Photography by Zach Mahone | Published in the Summer/Fall 2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine When we last broke bread with Village Bagel’s Connie Leaf in 2017, she was spending most mornings toiling over a hot stove and a convection oven in leased kitchen space at Beaver Creek’s Mirabelle Restaurant, selling authentic New York-style bagels to a steady stream of customers who […]

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Your Farmers’ Market Roundup

Photography by Zach Mahone | Published in the Summer/Fall 2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine | From “An Insider’s Guide to Festival Season“ If plunging down the Back Bowls on a powder day is Vail’s quintessential winter experience, spending a day strolling (and snacking) through the village’s outdoor summer market certainly is its warm-weather equivalent. Just know that the name […]

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A Local Taco Cart that Feeds – and Fields – a Skateboarding Team

Photography by Rebecca Stumpf | Published in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine A summertime rite of passage for daredevil locals: longboarding like Ben Stiller’s Walter Mitty from the summit of Vail Pass (watch it on YouTube). How they celebrate: in Eagle-Vail, with a pint of Vail Brewing Company ale paired with “The World’s Most Best […]

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The Green Elephant Juice Bike is Rolling to a Park Near You

Image: Green Elephant Juicery | Published in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine How do you know summer has arrived in Avon? Green Elephant Juicery’s three-wheeled delivery bike returns to the shores of Nottingham Lake, and makes house calls, bringing its signature cold-pressed organic juice blends (“Eazy Green-E,” “Cal-G Kick”) to the doorsteps […]

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Meet the Bagel Lady of Vail Village

Photography by Rebecca Stumpf | Published in the Midwinter/Spring 2017 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine For native New Yorkers, few delicacies evoke more passion—and devotion—than an authentic, hot-out-of-the-brown-bag morning bagel. Adversely, the horror aroused in this same demographic by circular bread posing as a bagel is a familiar disappointment. Especially when said demographic vacations in a world-savvy ski town […]

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