Sunday: 11:00 AM-9:00 PM
Monday - Thursday: 5:00 PM-9:00 PM
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 AM-9:00 PM
22 Bistro is sophisticated but not stuffy. As a matter of fact, after my kids finished eating, they hopped out of the booth and started dancing. You know the food is good when it inspires you to dance! Though we were being goofy, no one even blinked an eye at us. 22 Bistro is definitely kid friendly.
22 Bistro offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The view of KT-22 from the entrance is breathtaking. Be sure to stop and admire it on your way in. In the summer when the weather is warm, the outdoor patio is pet friendly.
My family sat in a booth by the front door and though we were the only family dining in the restaurant that night, I never felt uncomfortable. The portion sizes at 22 Bistro are on the smallish side, but for me and my toddler they were just right. Neither one of us needs a huge amount of food to be happy and full. If you’re a big hungry guy, you may need to order more than one entrée.
22 Bistro features a large welcoming bar that’s perfect for chatting with friends over drinks. The bistro's large selection of wines, cocktails, and beers is sure to please every thirsty adult. Nothing hits the spot better than an evening cocktail after a day spent chasing after the kids.
WHAT I LOVED
Kobe Beef Sliders(2) $12
Gorgonzola Cheese, Caramelized Onions, 22 Sauce
Tower 16 Tuna $13
Ahi Poke, Mango, Avocado, Won Tons, Wasabi Whipped
Cream, Sesame-Soy, Tsume
The food here is delicious and the menu offers a broad range of choices. For desert I enjoyed the greatest bread pudding known to man. If you visit 22 Bistro and you do not order the bread pudding, you will have missed out on an earth shattering experience.
My children enjoyed chicken fingers and fries and chocolate lava cake. YUM!
Grilled Cheese with Fries $6
Chicken Fingers with Fries $7
Mini Burger with Fries $6
Butter Pasta with Cheese $5
Grilled Chicken Breast with Rice $8
This review is based on a complimentary meal at 22 Bistro. I received no other compensation and was not asked to express a particular point of view. My opinions are entirely my own.
I suck at skiing. Let's just be honest and say that up front.
Therefore, I practically had to throw myself down "Mountain Run", which, according to my very kind skiing instructor, should have been within my abilities. He was either delusional or overly complimentary. While I sat on the slope and made peace with the fact that I was going to be there until snow patrol came for me at 4:30, I was starving. STARVING.
Thankfully, I was rescued by the ski instructor, who was just coming down the hill after he had done some more fancy skiing himself. Anyway, by the time I got down the slope, I was ready to eat.
My husband and kids were waiting for me at Twenty-Two Bistro & Bar. (He had to leave me on the slope to fetch our kids, who were at ski school.) I ordered a salad- THE BEST SALAD ever. (Why DID I order a salad after that experience? I had no idea.) The hubby and kids enjoyed sliders, fries, sandwiches, and it was all very yummy.
Reasonably priced too.
We walked in with a wiggling and whining tot, but the hostess didn't bat an eye. She sat us down at a great table that allowed us to park to the stroller said kid refused to sit in, handed the children menus and a fresh pack of markers. My kids LOVE markers. Crayons suck in their opinion, and probably because crayons don't leave permanent marks on skin, furniture, or the cat... In any case, we are here! We're in Squaw Valley, and we got ourselves settled into a fantastic suite apartment. We're at a restaurant, the kids are busy, and now the husband and I look at each-other and concur we're both in desperate need of a drink. Margarita's at 22 Bistro are yummy (we each had 2!).