Avoriaz has a good selection of restaurants and as most are on the snow front or close to it, they are also a good option for lunch as well as in the evening. A new addition to the restaurant scene is La Reserve where chef Jean-Luc Woehl cooks in front of 20 diners using only fresh local ingredients so the menu changes daily.  For a special occasion head to Table du Marche at the Hotel des Dromonts where chef Christophe Leroy prepares a fine dining menu. Avoriaz has a number of friendly, cheerful, and well-priced restaurants serving local specialties, fondues, and pizza.

The Portes du Soleil is well supplied with great mountain restaurants but not to be missed are those in Les Lindarets, a hamlet of rustic charm often known as the ‘goat village’ although more appropriate in the summer than during the ski season. Try La Cremaillere , La Terrasse, and Chez Flo for great food.

Avoriaz has some lovely bars and après-ski, which is from 3 pm onwards is relaxed and easily accessed on your ski home. Try the Igloo Bar, which is at the bottom of the Arrare piste, and admire the beautiful ice carvings while sipping an ice-cold beverage and enjoy the music and the views. The sunny terrace at Le Brasserie where there is usually a live band playing is also a great stop-off at the end of the ski day.

Avoriaz is also home to the legendary Folie Douce with its restaurant, bar, and cabaret – all of which are well worth the visit.