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Best Women-Owned Vail Valley Restaurants 

Last Updated on June 4, 2023 by Molly Egan

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Gore Creek Drive Vail, CO

The mountains are a lovely getaway, a place to recharge and relax. Our favorite destination is the Vail Valley in Colorado. Check it out for yourself at any time of the year and visit the best women-owned businesses in Vail!

We recommend treating yourself to both delicious food and drinks at any of these women-owned businesses. Planning your visit with the right balance of adventures and diverse dishes. These are the best women-owned businesses in vail!

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What are the Best Women-Owned Vail Valley Restaurants of 2022?

Here are the top Women-Owned businesses in Vail: 

  1. Root & Flower
  2. Two Arrows
  3. Village Bagel
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1. Root & Flower

It’s the Best place for drinks and food in Vail. Root & Flower is known best for enticing cocktails, vibes, and delicious small plates! The decor inside transports you to a speakeasy or an upscale bar that could be in any urban city. 

Whether you looking to apres-ski or indulge post the plethora of Summer outdoor activities – delicious cocktails await. Creating an option for the non-physical-adventurer, partake in their events that include Adult Summer Camps or classes, and further your education on spirits, wine, etc.

If you are an art connoisseur then you’ll enjoy the restaurant backroom wall mural by Denver-based artist, Jason Garcia. The resources, service, successful woman-led operation, and menu make this a must on your visit to Vail.

Now that you are planning on going, support them from 4 pm-12 am. They are often booked for private events, so make sure to call ahead.

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2. Two Arrows

The best coffee in Vail. Two Arrows is a woman-owned coffee shop and a bar – All-Day-Long! We love the delicious cocktails, disco ball for the occasional evening DJ, and fun food pop-ups.

Whether you are caffeinating up for an outdoor adventure, looking to support local entrepreneurs, or need a refreshing cocktail after a mountain hike – take a break here!

Fun find here – another top on our list – is Village Bagel! The coffee here is locally sourced and delicious from Color Coffee Roasters in Eagle (just down the road).

Did you say sushi – Great, the pop-up is delicious and well worth a visit! We love the pop-ups and evening DJs are fun features to end your day of adventures in a memorable way.

The bartenders are well-trained and know just the right drink for your taste buds. Going here is a memorable stop on your Vail trip.

Now that you are planning on going, support them from 7 am-11 pm.

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3. Village Bagel

Best bagel! You’ll find the best bagels in Vail Valley, located in Edwards, at Village Bagel. For any food connoisseur, fresh bagels are a key food staple!

The village bagels feature local fresh ingredients, then hand-rolled and boiled. They have the best bagel Lox (smoked salmon) in Colorado (yes, it gives Denver-based Rosenberg a run for their money).

We love the charcoal bagel for a unique and healthy bagel fix. The process of hand-rolling, boiling, and then baking results in an absolutely delicious bagel!

If you are located in Vail, Minturn, or Avon connect with fresh Village Bagels throughout the Vail Valley here.  Serving the community with delicious East Coast comfort food.

The female owner married her co-founder – it’s now a family affair. Soon there will be a new outfit in Eagle, making it very easy to support across the Vail Valley.

Now that you are planning on going make sure to catch them during the hours of 7 am-2 pm.

cocktail at two arrows


You have found yourself in the world-renowned Vail Valley – support the best women owned businesses Vail! Find your new favorite dish or cocktail.

These businesses support and give back to the local service community through Mental Wellness Series. This Eagle county is a supportive community and we love to contribute to these companies.

The marketplace is saturated with male-led companies, so get started here in Vail Valley and support a women-owned business.

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