Yesterday Darci, Randi, Crissy, Eric, Kristen and I all went to the new Vail Chophouse for lunch. It was their “soft” opening … invited neighbors and friends only … just to help them work out the kinks. We were excited for a free lunch, but we really got wound up when we arrived and our super cute, South African server Karen said, “We want you to order as much as possible … soup, salad, appetizer, entree AND dessert”. Look out. We waddled home two hours later.As awesome as the lunch was, the buzz in the place (and outside) was even better. I sat down with owner Brian Nolan, Vail Jazz Foundation exec dir Mia Vlaar and PR guru Pat Peeples for a few minutes and everyone was practically giddy with the excitement of the Arrabelle opening. I’ve got to admit, after four years of talking about how great it’s going to be … it is pretty incredible.Rob
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- Soon To Be Platinum Rated
Dr. Brooks Newbill, owner of unit 109 at the Antlers, committed to a major renovation this past spring and the results are in..... Stunning! The 680 square foot condominium was completely "gutted" in order to launch the project. All existing wal...
- Two More Condos Complete
As mentioned in the previous post, the dust has settled and the construction noise is all but gone. With the Fourth of July upon us, summer is in full swing. The jazz has started in Arrabelle Square and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra have moved int...