Coronet Peak has four restaurants that serves fast food meals, international cuisine and a la carte dinners throughout the day and have sundecks that gives skiers excellent mountain views while enjoying the sunset with a beer or two.
For those who are looking for more options and more vibrant après-ski spots, Queenstown is home to countless shopping areas, hot pools, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Here are some of the best spots to finish the day after a long day on the Coronet Peak slopes.
Heidis Hutt at the base station of the Rocky Gully T-Bar is a local’s favorite, serving gourmet pizzas, pastas and breakfasts.
The Hutt also serves Amisfield wine and craft beer that can be enjoyed inside by the fire or at the Hutt’s sundeck for a fantastic view of Lake Wakatipu and the snow-capped mountains.
West End Cafe
The West End Café is located right at the bottom station of the Coronet Express chairlift.
The café offers fast food meals to skiers who aren’t willing to make the commute to Queenstown.
An affordable backpacker bar that offers beers, wines, and cocktails with delicious food, Loco Cantina brings in a new theme every night and is perfect for skiers looking for a vibrant and lively ambiance.
Winnie's bar is more of a ‘dancing-on-tables’ sort of a pub. Skiers prefer Winnie for its amazing parties, live music performances and great selection of beers and cocktails.
The laid-back bar also serves some of the best burgers and pizzas in Queenstown.
The World Bar
For a unique après-ski experience, head to The World Bar to enjoy Queenstown’s iconic teapot cocktails, craft beer and live music that gets everyone on their feet.
The World Bar open 12:00 noon onwards, the bar offers NZ’s best grass fed beef burgers, vegan and gluten free meals and features legendary DJs every night.
The Minus 5 Ice Bar
Looking for a different experience after skiing in Coronet Peak? Then head to the Minus 5 Ice bar for an experience lasting a lifetime.
The bar is frozen and filled with many ice sculptures. Everything in the bar is made from ice, the seats, the ceiling, the cups, and glasses.
The Rhinos Ski Shack
Hidden in a basement on the Cow Lane, the Rhinos is a perfect haven for Coronet Peak ski resort guests.
The ski shack is open throughout the winter ski season and offers a range of delicious foods, dancing, and drinking late into the night.
For some nightlife and après ski night clubbing head to the Vinyl Underground in Queenstown. The nightclub is always crowded with party-loving ski enthusiasts.
Open until 4 a.m., the Vinyl hosts the liveliest music, DJ performances and open mic nights in Queenstown.