Modern Living: The Anatomy of a Ski Town

THE Ted Kennedys, the John Lindsays and the Charles Percys ski there. After a hard day on the slopes, the night life warms up in the 30 restaurants and bars, and skiers cluster over Swiss wine and superb antelope schnitzel at Gashof Gramshammer, which is owned by a former Austrian ski champ. The younger set is likely to converge at Donovan's Copper Bar or the Nu Gnu or the Ore House, where the talk—and interest—seems to focus on skiing above all else, even sex. The newest favorite place is the Ichiban, a Japanese restaurant...

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