Expect great food at Ouray’s Beaumont Grill, the restaurant formerly known as the Ore House Grill, and before that, Bulow’s Bistro.
Asked to name Telluride’s neighborhood bar and grill, most locals would say it’s the Cornerhouse Grille. And they’d be right.
The staff at Remington's has worked hard to move from a perceived feeling of stuffiness to a fun and relaxed atmosphere that continues to offer an up-scale dining experience.
Chef Eamonn O’Hara regularly attracts discerning eaters who are more than willing to make the gorgeous drive over Lizard Head Pass from Telluride for a rustic – but still fine – dining experience.
A typical morning finds customers buzzing at the front counter ordering espresso drinks and selecting perhaps a gluten-free banana ginger walnut muffin ($2.25), one of chef Julie Thorneycroft’s fam...
The Chipeta is really coming into its own under new management, and seems to be attracting guests to its solar-heated spas and pools, its modern Puebloan architecture, friendly vibe, and to the sce...
When owner Rosa Garcia explained all of her restaurant’s specialties on a recent evening, it was easy to be overwhelmed. Amelia’s menu is extensive. Deciding what to have will be undoubtedly be the...
At the Brown Dog, it’s all about the pizza.
The menu welcomes “Horse thieves, bank robbers, cattle rustlers and claim jumpers,” but you don’t have to be an outlaw, or even a fan of John Wayne movies, to have a good meal here and a fine time.
The beer’s the thing at Horsefly Brewing Company, although the food, especially the burgers and the wings, elevate the menu beyond your usual bar-food fare.
One of only six restaurants in the small town of Norwood, Atkinson keeps his regular customers happy with nightly pizza specials featuring seasonal ingredients.
Located within a few blocks of Mountain Valley Fish and Oyster, purveyors to high-end restaurants across the Western Slope, Sushitini has the ability to serve the freshest fish in the Rockies.
You won’t see any sissified, city-style entrees here.
Everything is made from scratch at the Red Barn, defying your worst fear of what a “traditional” ranch-style restaurant in a small city in the rural west might be, and instead turning out to be muc...
It’s food like this – fresh, simple, consistently delicious, and always presented with fast and friendly service that makes you feel like a regular (and wish you were one) even if you’re not.
Owner Robbie O’Dell has, for nearly 17 years, provided the three staples Telluride’s soul often thrives on: beer, bourbon and killer barbecue.
Like a shot of special reserve, a visit to O’Brien’s Pub and Grill is a multi-faceted pleasure that is at once tasty and uplifting. If you’re in the mood for fresh pub grub, there’s no other place ...
The food is rich, the setting, in soft shades of adobe and umber, is cozy, tables are set apart comfortably from each other, and lights are low.
The burger at Bin 707 in GJ is up there with the very best, and one reason is that it’s not a whopper.
Deploying explosive flavors derived from the cuisines of Texas, Mexico, Central America and New Mexico, 9545 Restaurant and Bar is now a spicy adventure with each dish fun, full of flavor, full of ...