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Big Sky – High Altitude Fine Dining


Big Sky, Mont. (March 2, 2015) – Big Sky Resort’s new Everett’s 8,800 restaurant has been awarded the OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award and is now providing a luxury dining experience on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the 2014-2015 winter season. Dinner at Everett’s 8,800 will begin with cocktail hour serving hors d ’oeuvres followed by a three course dinner. Guests check in with the maître d’ in the Summit Hotel’s upper lobby and are encouraged wear layers, rather than ski attire before they load the open air Ramcharger chair lift at 6:00pm for a five minute ride to the top of Andesite Mountain where Everett’s 8,800 is only steps away across the snow. The dining experience commences with a cocktail hour accompanied by an assortment of passed hors d ‘oeuvres. Lead Chef, Andres Titus prepares a Scaloppini of Rabbit Loin salad followed by the guest’s choice of three main entrees: Dry Aged “Cowboy” Cut Bison Ribeye, Fresh Wild White Sea Bass, or Vegetarian Stuffed Acorn Squash. The evening is topped off with a dessert choice of S’mores Pot De Crème or Strawberries and Cream. Starting at 9:00pm, guests will begin to depart Everett’s via a 15 minute open sleigh ride to the Mountain Village base area. Reservations can be made online at OpenTable by 6:00pm the day prior to the Friday or Saturday seating. Everett’s 8,800 is also open daily for breakfast and lunch. OpenTable reservations are recommended for lunch. Everett’s 8,800 was selected for the OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award from actual guest feedback of their dining experience. Lead Chef Titus has an extensive background as an executive chef, sous chef, and pastry chef at various high end restaurants in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Everett’s 8,800 will be open summer 2015 for lunch daily and special group functions. Big Sky Resort’s Ramcharger chair lift will be open to access the restaurant and other activities. For reservations visit and more information, visit