Sheer distance from the ocean means it’s usually best to steer clear of seafood in a ski town, but not so at Nobu’s cozy, if slightly unexpected, outpost in one of Main Street’s historic victorians. The dressed up sushi bar is every bit as popular as its big city counterparts: On busy weekends, reservations book out as early as a month in advance. If you do manage to get a table, the menu never disappoints. It’s hard to go wrong with any dish, but we’re especially partial to classics like the shishito peppers, jalapeño yellowtail, and sashimi. Don’t skip dessert—the mochi comes in every flavor imaginable.

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