The funky industrial chic Silo Hotel not only has a spectacular rooftop view of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront but it’s a seemingly unlikely location that actually serves up some wonderfully unexpected comfort food, including a pulled pork sandwich from the charcoal grill, old school steak fries, Confit pork belly with a gustatory closing act of dark Tarte au Chocolat with hazelnut ice cream, salted caramel and tiny macaroons. All menus are designed by executive chef Veronica Canha-Hibbert: “The food doesn’t want to be too complicated or you get sensory overload,” says Veronica. “I thought we’d bring the food back to being as old school as possible, with three or four amazing elements on the plate that taste like they’re supposed to taste.”
Welcome to the Trolley Car Diner. Slip into a booth. Get comfy. Turn around and check out our regulars. Guys by the name of Elvis, Frank and Jackie. And gals like Audrey, Grace & Ella. Yes, it’s always the 1950s in our magical little part of the world. But you don’t have to be an old-timer to enjoy our delicious milkshakes and succulent burgers. Just bring a sense of fun, and some of your favorite people. And leave the rest to us. Check out the Trolley Car Diner website!
Scratch-made comfort food using the best ingredients in family recipes make The Little Diner’s hand-cut burgers, traditional favorites and regional specialties worth the ride! Visit The Little Diner at 616 West Lionshead Circle in Vail, Colorado and online at Facebook.