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The dining room will be closed from October 20th through the month of November. The bar and to-go's will be open on a walk-in only basis during that time period with a limited off-season menu.



Please read the following carefully and thoroughly.

For reservations, please consider booking 3-4 days in advance, through Resy.







Alternatively, if Resy is full, please send an email to reservations@calicorestaurant.com, and a live human will see if there is anything available. Given some of the uncertainties of this summer we are moving to taking reservations up to one month in advance. We stop taking day of reservations at noon and as most of you have no doubt noticed, reservations the day of are a rare commodity at any establishment this summer. Our apologies if we are unable to accommodate you at the last minute. Walk-ins are always welcome, keep in mind however that wait times have been long this summer and we don’t foresee that changing anytime soon. Please don’t call to ask what wait times will be, we will tell you that information when you get here as what was an accurate estimation can change quickly in a 15 minute time span. We don’t do call ahead waitlists.  Please call before 4:30 for future reservations over the phone as we are trying to keep our phone lines open for take-out during dinner service.

We have taken our on-line ordering app off-line as the demand has been too great to effectively handle while also running a busy dining room, deck and bar. We will be trying to answer phones as much as we can to take to-go orders, please do not leave messages for to-go orders, these will be deleted. If you are having trouble getting through you can always come and put an order in at the host stand or the bar if there is seating available. You are welcome to grab a drink and hang out in the lawn and gardens while you wait.

We understand things have been changing frequently this past year, but bear with us as we deal with pandemics, overcrowding and understaffing. If that doesn’t sound reasonable then please consider dining elsewhere, we hear Vail is lovely this time of year.