Tucked into a cozy spot on Main Street, in Edwards, lies a restaurant dotted with Aspen trees. Yarn-striped antelope and deer hang on the walls, and a glass case filled with macarons in all colors of the rainbow greets you as you walk in the door. Loose-leaf teas and every liquor you never knew existed line the shelves. A smile, open arms and a comfy seat pull you in for a meal you won’t forget.
The Rose is a special place where special people gather – to celebrate, to unwind, to eat and to drink. And what they are eating and drinking, is the best locally sourced food in the Valley.
Our vision with The Rose was to create a place we’d want to go to, a cozy place with a great atmosphere, quality craft cocktails and delicious food, all at an affordable price. Keeping comfort and sustainability in mind, we designed and hand-built our space utilizing as much recycled and reclaimed wood and materials as possible. For the menu, we wanted healthy options using fresh, local ingredients that change with seasons, so no one ever gets bored.
We hope you love The Rose as much as we do, and will make it your go-to place for occasions as big as rehearsal dinners, and as small as a happy hour drink with a friend.
See you soon.
– Bryan and Jessica Redniss
If the line out the door on Friday night was any indication, Riverwalk’s newest restaurant, The Rose, is a welcome addition to the Edwards food scene. The cozy eatery, tucked in the old Bon Jour bakery space next to Main St. Grill is the sister restaurant to The Alpenrose, a Vail institution. The restaurant has only been open a little over a month, but word spread quick.Read Article
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The bakery case filled with rainbow-colored macarons might draw you through The Rose’s front door, but this contemporary lounge’s quirky charm and inspired cuisine is what will keep you coming back again and again.Read Article
One reason to drive to Vail this season. A little homespun, a little funky, this cozy surprise does it all...Read Article
There is a special sort of charisma exuding from The Rose restaurant in Edwards, just the type to have you sitting long after your meal with chef and owner Bryan Redniss over a bottle of mezcal you can only get in Puerto Vallarta.Read Article
The Rose in Edwards is the closest thing we have to a vegetarian place. While they are not strictly vegetarian, they really understand dietary concerns and choices and their menu reflects it. They serve veggie heavy food and it always tastes good. -Chef Kelly LikenRead Article
Happy Hour |
$6 select cocktails $5 house wines $2 PBRs
First Fridays |
1st Friday of each month
Enjoy drink specials while DJ Jon Nedza spins from 10pm til close
Brunch & Beats |
Stay tuned for the upcoming summer schedule