Enjoy spring time in the Rockies and stop by at Villa Tatra to taste Polish or European cuisine and beer!
When you walk into family-owned Villa Tatra Restaurant, you enter the old world of Eastern Europe. The burnished wood walls, hanging tapestries, gift items such as glowing amber jewelry, brass chess sets, and other art treasures make this a true “destination restaurant.”
“There is so much love and care in each dish prepared at the Villa Tatra. I always feel like I am eating at the family’s table. I adore the smoked salmon sandwich, but the fresh trout I had the other day melted in my mouth. It was perfect! I can’t believe how lucky we are to have the Villa Tatra as our ‘neighborhood’ restaurant. Don’t miss visiting this special place.”
- Kate S., Pinewood Springs
“When I step through the wooden doors of Villa Tatra and hear the bell ring, I know that I will be warmly greeted and that I will have a meal unlike any other in an unrivaled atmosphere. This is my home away from home without a doubt.”
- Pat R., Pinewood Springs
Starting with a scenic drive to the traditional mountain chalet, Villa Tatra envelops you in a warm, welcoming atmosphere that is well worth the trip for a classic Polish or Eastern European meal with pierogi-dumplings, Polish kielbasa-sausage and sauerkraut, smoked salmon and trout on the smoked platter combination, homemade pastry with coffee, and a bistro/bar area that serves cocktails and 30 different European and domestic beers. This will be an occasion that you will not soon forget, and will bring you back time after time.
When to visit
We are open on Friday for dinner between 5 and 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday for dinner from 4 until 9 p.m. (Reservations are recommended.) The business hours will be changed again in May. In winter and spring when our business hours may vary, we are always ready to host your rehearsal dinner, small wedding or special event on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Please give us a call at 303-823-6819 to make your reservation.
About our name
The Tatra Mountains are the highest range in the Carpathian Mountains, which rise along the border between Poland and Slovakia. The "High Tatra" rises steeply from a plateau along the border and resembles the Alps of Western Europe. The region's lakes and climate are ideal for both summer and winter recreation.