Skiers, snowboarders share what, where they the like to eat on and off the slopes

Published: Tuesday, March 13 2012 5:12 p.m. MDT

Other post-ski stops for the Jensens include the laid-back, still-on-the-mountain ambience of Molly Green's at Brighton and, on the way home, the conveniently located Lone Star Taqueria on Fort Union Boulevard and, surprisingly, the Sinclair gas station at 7200 South and 3000 East, which Amy Jensen said sells good made-to-order sandwiches.

Amy Stoeger has a somewhat different skiing-dining experience.

Stoeger and her husband, Joey, have both worked as ski instructors at Snowbird, where Joey Stoeger still works.

She said they have enjoyed several wonderful meals at fancy restaurants near ski resorts, courtesy of their clients.

Because the Stoegers have spent so much time at Snowbird, they have eaten at many of the resort's restaurants, most notably El Chanate, a Mexican restaurant featuring the cuisine of northern Mexico, and the Seven Summits Club, an exclusive buffet-style lounge reserved for Snowbird clients who have a Seven Summits pass or who book a private ski instructor.

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