After a day on the slopes, keep the momentum going well into the night with music, entertainment and … ping pong?
Blue Mountain is Ontario’s most recognized snow destination and keeps ski & snowboard fanatics fuelled with 36 trails on over 250 acres of varying terrain (25 available for night skiing) with 15 lifts, including four high-speed.
VILLAGE AT BLUE
The Village at Blue is a vibrant pedestrian community of cafes, shops, bars, restaurants and outdoor meeting areas, surrounded by boutique-style hotel suites at Blue Mountain. The village welcomes early risers at the crack of dawn with freshly brewed mochas and lattés and stays awake well into the wee hours with its lively options for food, drink, events and entertainment.
PUBS & PING PONG
Nurse a Guinness and catch a live show at MJ Byrne’s Irish Pub in the heart of the village. Known for mixing original cocktails like the Pink Beaver, the Razzamatazz and the ‘Hail Rusty’s’ Caesar, Rusty’s at Blue also hosts a line-up of live acts on weekends and usually ends the night with a light show over the dance floor.
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere at Jozo’s Original Après, a popular hangout in the Blue Mountain Inn. Special events include open mic nights and live shows, or just catch the hockey game on the big screens.
Looking for something a little different? Challenge your friends to a match of ping pong. Book one of the four Olympic standard-sized tables at SMASH Ping Pong and Nite Club, Blue Mountain’s only Ping Pong club.
DJs & DANCING
Kaytoo Restaurant and Bar features a live DJ on Friday and Saturday nights and schedules themed parties and events throughout the snow season. Located in Seasons at Blue, Twist Martini Restaurant serves an impressive list of martinis list and transforms from an elegant dining space into a dance floor as night descends.
As the name suggests, SMASH Ping Pong and Nite Club, turns into a top 40 nightclub after 10 pm, so recharge with peppercorn poutine or fish tacos from their late night menu before busting a move.