ARE READY TO DINE IN!
A 𝐍𝐄𝐖 & 𝐄𝐗𝐂𝐈𝐓𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐖𝐀𝐘
𝐓𝐎 𝐃𝐈𝐍𝐄 𝐀𝐓 𝐆𝐔𝐏𝐏𝐘’𝐒
THEY ARE HERE!
We have 9 Gondolas THAT CAME FROM "THE GONDOLA SHOP" that have tables, heaters, lights and speakers added to make this experience like no other.
"IT'S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE"
To read how this came about click on article in food & wine:
Old Ski Gondolas Find New Life as Private Dining Rooms | Food & Wine (foodandwine.com)
Have you rode up a mountain in a Gondola?
Have you ever dined in a ski Gondola?
Well, We’ve got you covered!
This winter after a trip to Lake Placid Doug & Christy got an idea to use refurbished gondola cabins, offering a private, unique and safe dining opportunity! This is your own area to enjoy our hand crafted cocktails, 13 taps and many scratch made dishes!
Each gondola cabin seats one party of up to 6 adults comfortably and could fit 2 additional kids with a squeeze.
Each gondola cabin has its own speaker so you can choose your own music.
Each gondola cabin has a heater.
Remember you’ll be sitting in a gondola cabin on a patio with sometimes snow & low temps just out the window. Please dress accordingly.
Pets are not allowed within the gondola cabins. No outside food or drinks. No smoking within the gondola cabins.
About GUPPY’S gondola dining cabins…
Our gondola cabins previously shuttled skiers at Killington Ski Area in Vermont. The ski area upgraded the cabins on its K1 lift in 2018, and the old gondola cabins eventually made their way to Bemus Point, NY. We worked with The Gondola Shop, a gondola restoration company in Fruita, Colorado to obtain our nine gondola cabins. Much of the mechanical equipment in the cabins such as the door mechanisms, cables and kerosene floor heaters were removed. Then we equipped each cabin with an electric heater, twinkly lights and a blue tooth speaker. We are looking to put in mini air conditioners for summer dining! Christy’s dad Tom worked tirelessly to get the tables constructed and perfectly sized. The gondola’s original bench seating remains intact, as does the unique artwork on the exterior, designed by Vermont artists decades ago.