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Skiing for Spring Break? From Booze to Pizza, Our Top Picks

This weekend, hoards of Spring Break skiers and snowboarders will descend on ski areas throughout North America. Whether or not you're hitting up these top Spring Break destinations, Curbed Ski has you covered with where to eat, where to sleep, and of course, where to drink. Cheers.

Let's face it, many of our 38 Essential Ski Town Hotels will likely be booked, but if you still need lodging it's worth a phone call just in case. Once you've arrived to your ski town of choice, fuel up before your day on the hill with these top coffee shops and bakeries. Nothing beats grabbing a drink after skiing some slush, so check out our lists of the best distilleries, breweries, and dive bars. Hungry? Don't worry, we've got you covered with 14 ski country pizza joints, a round-up of the best Mexican and margaritas, and even a list of the best fast casual restaurants. If you're headed to Park City, Curbed Ski has the 18 best spots around (more ski town dining guides coming soon), and we also have some good dining recommendations for Vail, Aspen, Whitefish and Lake Tahoe. Sports fanatics jonesin' for a place to watch March Madness should check out this list, and if you want a super unique Spring Break activity that involves swords and champagne (trust us, it's cool), then head here. Top things off with our list of the best ski town Bloody Mary's, or try these hangover cures. Welcome to Spring Break 2014.