Photo courtesy of Sushi Village Japanese Restaurant
Sushi Village Japanese Restaurant
Every ski resort worth its Epic Pass has a sushi restaurant these days, but Sushi Village may have been the first and may well remain the best. When it opened more than four decades ago, Sushi Village let it be known that all sorts of amazingly tasty fish could join salmon in these mountains. Groups seem to have the most fun at Sushi Village, so make a reservation as soon as you nail down your getaway dates and ask for one of the back tables. After you’ve booked your booth, start dreaming of the superlative meal ahead—make room for the Beautiful Roll—and that first pitcher of legendary strawberry sake margaritas.