BRECKENRIDGE: Solo Dining

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May 292011
 

Top PickMountain Flying Fish

Mountain Flying Fish, Breckenridge’s newest sushi restaurant, has already earned a great reputation among locals and visitors alike. Chef and owner Tetsuo Shimoda brings his experiences in New York and Japan to Breckenridge, creating some of the best raw dishes in town. It has incredible views to match the incredible sushi. Come early, because the dining room fills up quickly at this popular night spot.

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Soupz On

Soupz On has been a favorite of both locals and returning visitors to Breckenridge, Colorado for years. Mark & Stacy Anderson have been at Soupz On since 2000. Their warm soups are made daily with the freshest ingredients. Vegetarian options available and they cater too!

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South Ridge Seafood Grill

This place serves up some of the finest seafood in the mountains! Although the menu relies heavily on the freshest seafood, it also includes pasta, hand cut steaks & Colorado lamb. It’s the perfect spot for drinks and appetizers or a multi-coursed dinner served by Summit County’s finest waitstaff & bartenders. Great (daily) happy hour too!

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Modis

Great atmosphere here! Modis is where the mix of red brick, dark woods and warm light typifies Breckenridge’s evolving aesthetic of Victorian charm and urban swank. It serves an eclectic menu of bistro and Asian-flavored fare, like smoked duck and wild mushroom tart, Thai bouillabaisse and a New Zealand blue nose grouper. Sit in the upstairs loft overlooking Main Street.

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Crepes a la Carte

The secret to Crepes a la Carte is the batter…a secret recipe developed over many, many months of trials and tastings. Two batters are used: one for savory crepes and one for sweet crepes. Stop by for a versatile, healthy, hand-held meal any time of the day!

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BRECKENRIDGE: Deli’s

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May 292011
 

Top PickEuro Deli

The Euro-Deli is the first European Deli & Coffee House in Breckenridge.  They serve a delicious taste of European style foods, European wine, beers, and Italian Lavazza coffee. The Euro-Deli offers a unique and casual atmosphere for breakfast and lunch. They use only the freshest and highest quality products, so stop by to sample some of the menu!

The Euro-Deli is open daily from 8am – 5pm (off season hours may vary).

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La Francaise French Bakery

La Francaise French Bakery serves fresh breads, pastries, quiches, sandwiches, paninis, crepes, plus a wide variety of sweet and savory specialties. Everything at La Francaise is made fresh daily, and served all day long. They also serve superb European espresso drinks using Lavazza coffee. Catering, cakes, and take out are available.  La Francaise is open daily from 8am – 8pm

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Crepes a la Carte

The secret to Crepes a la Carte is the batter…a secret recipe developed over many, many months of trials and tastings. Two batters are used: one for savory crepes and one for sweet crepes. Stop by for a versatile, healthy, hand-held meal any time of the day!

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BRECKENRIDGE: Vegetarian / Organic

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May 292011
 

Top PickMountain Flying Fish

Mountain Flying Fish, Breckenridge’s newest sushi restaurant, has already earned a great reputation among locals and visitors alike. Chef and owner Tetsuo Shimoda brings his experiences in New York and Japan to Breckenridge, creating some of the best raw dishes in town. It has incredible views to match the incredible sushi. Come early, because the dining room fills up quickly at this popular night spot.

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Soupz On

Soupz On has been a favorite of both locals and returning visitors to Breckenridge, Colorado for years. Mark & Stacy Anderson have been at Soupz On since 2000.  Their warm soups are made daily with the freshest ingredients. Vegetarian options available and they cater too!

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South Ridge Seafood Grill

This place serves up some of the finest seafood in the mountains! Although the menu relies heavily on the freshest seafood, it also includes pasta, hand cut steaks & Colorado lamb. It’s the perfect spot for drinks and appetizers or a multi-coursed dinner served by Summit County’s finest waitstaff & bartenders. Great (daily) happy hour too!

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Modis

Great atmosphere here! Modis is where the mix of red brick, dark woods and warm light typifies Breckenridge’s evolving aesthetic of Victorian charm and urban swank. It serves an eclectic menu of bistro and Asian-flavored fare, like smoked duck and wild mushroom tart, Thai bouillabaisse and a New Zealand blue nose grouper. Sit in the upstairs loft overlooking Main Street.

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The Dredge Restaurant & Bar

A Piece of History! From the early 1900’s up to 1942, there were a total of nine dredges operating in Summit County. Since there was a railroad, there was a reason to build these huge dredges. This two million pound floating restaurant is a replica of one of the largest and longest operating dredges. It was the last dredge operating and stopped forever in the Blue River in 1942. Try the shrimp and crab stuffed red trout or the Elk Tenderloin.

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Crepes a la Carte

The secret to Crepes a la Carte is the batter…a secret recipe developed over many, many months of trials and tastings.  Two batters are used: one for savory crepes and one for sweet crepes.  Stop by for a versatile, healthy, hand-held meal any time of the day!

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The Motherloaded Tavern

Do you need some TLC? If so, head over to The Motherloaded Tavern and have some of ‘mom’s’ home-cookin’. Whether you’re in the mood for some down home comfort food, a thick juicy steak, Asain seared Ahi Tuna, or a healthy salad with homemade dressing, they’ve got everyone in the family covered. They don’t take reservations, so get there early.

(oh…they have gluten-free options too!)

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BRECKENRIDGE: Kid Friendly

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May 292011
 

Top PickRasta Pasta

After a long day of skiing or snowboarding, there’s no better place to relax, rehydrate and eat!  The best value in Breck, Rasta Pasta’s exquisite pasta creations have been feeding hungry mountaineers for 15 years.  Kick back with a local micro brew and some reggae music while you take in this unique atmosphere.  This is a perfect family restaurant, bring the kids to a restaurant they will never forget!  Heaping portions fill you up without leaving a dent in your wallet.

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Lucha Colorado Cantina

Known for having the best burritos in the high country, Lucha Cantina is so much more than that! We also have Tacos, Nachos, Quesadillas, Homemade Salsas, and all your favorite drinks.

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South Ridge Seafood Grill

This place serves up some of the finest seafood in the mountains! Although the menu relies heavily on the freshest seafood, it also includes pasta, hand cut steaks & Colorado lamb.  It’s the perfect spot for drinks and appetizers or a multi-coursed dinner served by Summit County’s finest waitstaff & bartenders.  They have a kid’s menu, too.

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The Motherloaded Tavern

Do you need some TLC?  If so, head over to The Motherloaded Tavern and have some of ‘mom’s’ home-cookin’.  Whether you’re in the mood for some down home comfort food, a thick juicy steak, Asain seared Ahi Tuna, or a healthy salad with homemade dressing, they’ve got everyone in the family covered.  They don’t take reservations, so get there early.

(oh…they have a kids menu, strictly under 12 though!)

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Empire Burger

Craving a burger?  Then Empire Burger is the place to be.  Open daily from 11 am to 1 am, their all-natural-Harris-Ranch-choice-Black-Angus-ground-daily-in-house burgers satisfy your cravings all day and night.

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Fatty’s

Fatty’s is the oldest pizzeria in Breckenridge for a reason. Come to Fatty’s and experience the best of the past with the best of the present with a beer or coctail of your choice.  All your favorite sports coverage.  Their hand-made pizzas are placed directly on stone shelves in their pizza ovens, so you know you’re going to love ’em!

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Soupz On

Soupz On has been a favorite of both locals and returning visitors to Breckenridge, Colorado for years. Mark & Stacy Anderson have been at Soupz On since 2000.  Their warm soups are made daily with the freshest ingredients. Vegetarian options available and they cater too!

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BRECKENRIDGE: Happy Hour / Apres Ski

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May 292011
 

Top PickBlue River Bistro

They have Happy Hour twice a day…3-6pm and 9-closing.  If you crave a little city atmosphere in the mountains, this is your place. Blue River Bistro’s inviting sophisticated, yet casual, restaurant offers contemporary Italian-American menu to go with the live music (jazz) from 5-10 pm.

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Relish

If you want a light an airy place with great views from the second floor, Relish is your place.  From 4-6 pm, choose a drink and an appetizer for only 10 bucks (yep, that’s 2 for $10).

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South Ridge Seafood Grill

After a day of skiing or in the summer on the patio, this happy hour rules! Oysters on the half shell, peel & eat shrimp, Colorado micro brews & great value wines. They serve up a great happy hour nightly from 4-6 pm (then stay for dinner!).

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Modis

Great atmosphere here!  Modis is where the mix of red brick, dark woods and warm light typifies Breckenridge’s evolving aesthetic of Victorian charm and urban swank. You’ll find truffle fries, caesar salad and Pei mussels on the happy hour menu.  Or go all out and order DC’s double cheeseburger that will surely hit the spot!

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Breckenridge Brewery & Pub

The Breckenridge Brewery, opened in 1990, has quickly become one of the locals favorite spots. As you sit at the bar, watch as a selection of award winning beers are handcrafted by the brewers. Or take a seat in the dining room and feast over the view of the Ten Mile Range while dining on excellent pub fare at very reasonable prices. We are open for both lunch and dinner.  Stop by today for a taste of Breckenridge’s freshest, and best!  Hours: 11:00am – 2:00am

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Jake’s Dive Bar

$3 Jager, Jim Beam and Tuaca shots.  $2 PBR.  Need I say more? Well, I guess I could add…karaoke!

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Whale’s Tail

Catering to locals and tourists alike, The Whale’s Tail takes pride in serving fresh seafood and the finest grog in the mountains.  Our seafood happy hour is known and loved worldwide; 3-6 pm daily.  $2 domestic bottled beers, $2 well drinks and $3 house wines, .10 peel and eat shrimp, .50 chicken wings.   Cheap…and good!

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Napper Tandy’s Irish Pub

“The pub that parties like a club.”  Napper Tandy’s features friendly bartenders, pool tables and the best venue around for live music and DJ’s.  Pub menu served until late. Hours: 4:00pm – 2:00am; happy hour is 4-7pm.  (Beer Pong on Thursdays — no joke!)

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BRECKENRIDGE: Lunch

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May 292011
 

Top PickLucha Colorado Cantina

Known for having the best burritos in the high country, Lucha Cantina is so much more than that! We also have Tacos, Nachos, Quesadillas, Homemade Salsas, and all your favorite drinks. Open until 2 am or later to satisfy your late night cravings, and now open early for amazing breakfast burritos. Grab one to go before you shred the mountain!

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Rasta Pasta

After a long day of skiing or snowboarding, there’s no better place to relax, rehydrate and eat!  The best value in Breck, Rasta Pasta’s exquisite pasta creations have been feeding hungry mountaineers for 15 years.  Kick back with a local micro brew and some reggae music while you take in this unique atmosphere.  This is a perfect family restaurant, bring the kids to a restaurant they will never forget!  Heaping portions fill you up without leaving a dent in your wallet.

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South Ridge Seafood Grill

This place serves up some of the finest seafood in the mountains! Although the menu relies heavily on the freshest seafood, it also includes pasta, hand cut steaks & Colorado lamb.  It’s the perfect spot for drinks and appetizers or a multi-coursed dinner served by Summit County’s finest waitstaff & bartenders.  Great (daily) happy hour too!

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Soupz On

Soupz On has been a favorite of both locals and returning visitors to Breckenridge, Colorado for years. Mark & Stacy Anderson have been at Soupz On since 2000.  Their warm soups are made daily with the freshest ingredients. Vegetarian options available and they cater too!

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Mimi’s Fried Pies

Fried pies???, you ask.  Yes!  They’re yummie. Originally developed in the 19th Century as a practical way to serve a heartymeal to the hardworking field hands, they’re still a local favorite today.  Call 4 minutes ahead and get your made-to-order ‘bundle of love” to go.

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Crepes a la Carte

The secret to Crepes a la Carte is the batter…a secret recipe developed over many, many months of trials and tastings.  Two batters are used: one for savory crepes and one for sweet crepes.  Stop by for a versatile, healthy, hand-held meal any time of the day!

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BRECKENRIDGE: Late Night Dining

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May 292011
 

Top PickLucha Colorado Cantina

Known for having the best burritos in the high country, Lucha Cantina is so much more than that!  We also have Tacos, Nachos, Quesadillas, Homemade Salsas, and all your favorite drinks. Open until 2 am or later to satisfy your late night cravings, and now open early for amazing breakfast burritos. Grab one to go before you shred the mountain!

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Empire Burger

Craving a burger?  Then Empire Burger is the place to be.  Open daily from 11 am to 1 am, their all-natural-Harris-Ranch-choice-Black-Angus-ground-daily-in-house burgers satisfy your cravings all day and night.

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Downstairs at Eric’s

Got the munchies?  This is your place for standard American fare:  soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, burgers, beer, beer, and beer. They even have a bar cam so you can see how much fun it is!

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Jake’s Dive Bar

$3 Jager, Jim Beam and Tuaca shots.  $2 PBR.  Need I say more? Well, I guess I could add…karaoke!

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Napper Tandy’s Irish Pub

“The pub that parties like a club.”  Napper Tandy’s features friendly bartenders, pool tables and the best venue around for live music and DJ’s.  Pub menu served until late. Hours: 4:00pm – 2:00am; happy hour is 4-7pm.  (Beer Pong on Thursdays — no joke!)

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BRECKENRIDGE: Fine Dining

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May 222011
 

Top PickSteak & Rib

No trip to Breckenridge is complete without dining at the Steak and Rib.  The Steak and Rib usually tops the “Best of” contests: Best of Summit, Best Restaurant, Best Service and Best Steak in Summit County.

The Wedge Salad (great for sharing) and the Crab Stuffed Filet Mignon is to die for!  Great service too.

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COPPER: Breakfast

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May 222011
 

Top PickCamp Hale Coffee

Check out this coffee and espresso bar that serves Seattle’s Best Coffee drinks, pastries, cookies, muffins, hot chocolate, sandwiches and salads. Open daily from 7:30 am – 4 pm.

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The Belgian Bean

The belgian bean offers organic, fair trade coffee…not to mention the best waffles in town (you can even get them to go)!

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COPPER: Happy Hour / Apres Ski

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May 222011
 

Top PickSalsa Mountain Cantina

A local favorites, Salsa Mountain Cantina offers tex-mex and southwestern fare. Located in Snowbridge Square, they have a sunny deck for those bluebird days! Kick back and enjoy a margarita (or two).

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Jack’s Slopeside Bar & Grill

Located in The Village at Copper at Copper One Lodge. Jack’s Bar is the  location for Rip-Roarin’ aprés fun! Live Entertainment from 3:30-6:00pm with Lefty Lucy.

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Pizza Carlo

Copper’s newest and best Pizza joint, Pizza Carlo specializes in New York style signature pizzas, pizza by the slice, stuffed calzones, fresh salads & a variety of hot & cold subs. Near American Eagle lift, Pizza Carlo is a can’t miss after your fun on the mountain. Located at Copper Junction in the Center Village.

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JJ’s Tavern

Enjoy a casual “chop house” meal in this turn of the century tavern based on the legacy of historical figures JJ and Molly Brown.  Happy hour is 3:00 – 5:30 every day.  Check out the happy hour menu details below.

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Jill’s Umbrella Bar

Copper’s only outdoor Umbrella Bar located next to the American Flyer lift, Jill’s Umbrella Bar has a distinctive European setting with great views of the Superpipe…it’s the perfect place to enjoy food, drinks and the sunny days of Colorado.  Apres starts at 2:30.

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Incline Bar and Grill

Enjoy aprés ski on their huge sunny patio!  The aprés at Incline Bar and Grill starts at 2:30 and happy hour is everyday from 4-6 pm.  Gotta love the pork carnitas or their incredible wings!

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Endo’s Adrenaline Cafe

With bar specials all day, every day, Endo’s is especially fun from 3-6 pm since they’re at the bottom of the lift in Center Village.  Check it out; they even have a $7 beer and bump special (shot of jager and a draft beer) or get the $20 shot ski made up of 4 shots of jager!

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COPPER: Coffee Shops

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May 222011
 

Top PickCamp Hale Coffee

Check out this coffee and espresso bar that serves Seattle’s Best Coffee drinks, pastries, cookies, muffins, hot chocolate, sandwiches and salads.  Located on the first floor of Copper One in the Mountain Adventure Center.  Open daily from 7:30 am – 4 pm.

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Endo’s Adrenaline Cafe

If you ain’t flyin’, you ain’t tryin’. Visit Endo’s Adrenaline Cafe daily from 10.30 a.m. and capture the spirit of Colorado’s high alpine sports. Endo’s is located at the best of the American Eagle lift, in the heart of the Village at Copper. Endo’s features an all day menu too.

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The Belgian Bean

The belgian bean offers organic, fair trade coffee…not to mention the best waffles in town (you can even get them to go)!

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COPPER: Fine Dining

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May 222011
 

Top PickC.B. Grille

Comfortable, upscale dining at C.B. Grille features the freshest selections of Colorado cuisine with a high-end chophouse flare. Chef Adam Jess and Manager/Sommelier Michell Kane personally invite you to enjoy Copper Mountain’s most intimate and elegant dining experience.

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TELLURIDE: Dinner

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May 222011
 

Top PickAllred’s

Telluride’s most unique dining can be found at Allred’s, where culinary excellence, an award winning wine list, exquisite views and impressive ambiance mesh to create an unforgettable experience at 10,551 feet above sea level.  They have a chef’s table and a concert pianist who performs Wed-Sun.

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Cosmopolitan

Elegant, yet fun, Cosmo is located just steps from the gondola in the Hotel Columbia. Chef/Owner Chad Scothorn overall approach is “fusion,” delighting his customers with generous portions made from of outstanding ingredients.  They even have an “old world” tasting cellar or unwind here after skiing.

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Telluride Bistro

Really an Italian bistro by size, not by service. Once you walk through the door, you’ll be greeted by the delicious smells floating out of Chef Sergio’s kitchen.  Great pizzas.  Tuscan wines.  Espresso machine.  Reasonably priced.

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La Marmotte

La Marmotte, has provided elegant bistro fare for over 20 years now.    The restauarnt is located in the historic, 125-year-old building named the Ice House which once provided ice to the locals.  La Marmotte has ample sunny patios, a private 12 person chefs table, quaint dining room and separate bar.  Popluar amont tourists and locals, it’s the place to go for French cuisine.

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Siam

In the mood for Thai food?  Go here.  Favorite dishes include the Crispy Duck in Red Curry Sauce, Pad Thai with  Squid, Jungle Curry and Beef with Green Curry.  The atmosphere is fun and intimate.

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Brown Dog Pizza

Formerly known as Pacific Street Pizza, Brown Dog Pizza kept the delicious recipes in tact when they changed names, ensuring loyal locals remained happy and fed.  It’s voted best pizza in Telluride, which sums it up.

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Chop House

Located in the New Sheridan Hotel on Main Street, the Chop House is world renowned for its succulent dry aged USDA prime steaks and fresh seafood flown in daily. Chef Erich Owen creates delicious fare using only organic free range fowl, non-threatened fish species and local ingredients. Pair a red or white from Telluride’s only nitrogen wine bar with a scrumptious meal for an unforgettable experience.

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La Cocina de Luz

If you are in the mood for whole foods Taqueria-style mexican cuisine, this is your place.  Enjoy their handmade tortillas, a juice bar and daily soups.  They offer organic, free-range, additive-free and locally-grown ingredients prepared with traditional recipes including many vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.  Dine inside or out in a casual atmosphere.  Kid-friendly too!

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221 South Oak

Chef Eliza Gavin owns 221 which is set in a tastefully refurbished historic home nestled in the trees on South Oak Street, just steps from the Gondola. Known for its intimate atmosphere, fresh ingredients and extensive wine list, 221 prepares each dish to order.  If you want an “homemade” dishes prepared with thought and care, go here.

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9545 Restaurant

Garnering its name from its elevated perch of 9545 feet above sea level, 9545 is The Inn at Lost Creek’s Southwest style bistro.  9545 has a relaxed atmosphere and the best outdoor patio vantage point for concerts in the summer and après hot toddies in the winter.  Breakfast features classic dishes and crave-worthy chef signatures, while lunch and dinner pay homage to everything South of Telluride – from Arizona to Mexico and into South America with the flavors of chilies, coriander, cumin and cilantro playfully woven into unexpected and delicious creations.

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TELLURIDE: Lunch

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May 222011
 

Top PickPalmyra at the Peaks

One thing’s for sure — Palymyra offers dining with a view! Organic produce; free-range bison, lamb and beef; and signature pastas all expertly prepared.  Or order an all-time favorite: grilled cheese (“croutes de fromages”) and tomato soup!  Deck opens at 11 am.

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Poacher’s Pub

A comfy and casual watering hole, Poacher’s Pub serves a full menu thru midnight and it’s a fun place to be at anytime.  Order the mountain sized nachos, the steep ‘n deep salad or the Bix Texan “creation.”  Satisfaction guaranteed.

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Telluride Bistro

Really an Italian bistro by size, not by service. Once you walk through the door, you’ll be greeted by the delicious smells floating out of Chef Sergio’s kitchen.  Great pizzas.  Tuscan wines.  Espresso machine.  Reasonably priced.

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Brown Dog Pizza

Formerly known as Pacific Street Pizza, Brown Dog Pizza kept the delicious recipes in tact when they changed names, ensuring loyal locals remained happy and fed by their brick-oven pizzas.  It’s voted best pizza in Telluride, which sums it up.

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Chop House

Located in the New Sheridan Hotel on Main Street, the Chop House is world renowned for its succulent dry aged USDA prime steaks and fresh seafood flown in daily. Chef Erich Owen creates delicious fare using only organic free range fowl, non-threatened fish species and local ingredients. Pair a red or white from Telluride’s only nitrogen wine bar with a scrumptious meal for an unforgettable experience.

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Hop Garden

Formerly known as the Skier’s Union, the Garden’s now operated by the ski resort, but the favorite Skier’s Union burger—a blend of sirloin, tenderloin and ribeye—is still the heart of the menu. Located slopeside, the Garden offers live music on the patio most winter weekends and summer afternoons.

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The Llama

The Llama offers standard American fare: appetizers, tacos, $11 burgers, dessert.  They even have a kids menu.  Go here is you’re hungry and happy.

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La Cocina de Luz

If you are in the mood for whole foods Taqueria-style mexican cuisine, this is your place.  Enjoy their handmade tortillas, a juice bar and daily soups.  They offer organic, free-range, additive-free and locally-grown ingredients prepared with traditional recipes including many vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.  Dine inside or out in a casual atmosphere.  Kid-friendly too!

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Floradora Saloon

The menu features fresh, crisp flavors using natural and organic  ingredients  from the region. Arguably, one of the best burgers in town  and don’t skimp, get  the onion rings!  Don’t miss brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

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9545 Restaurant

Garnering its name from its elevated perch of 9545 feet above sea level, 9545 is The Inn at Lost Creek’s Southwest style bistro.  9545 has a relaxed atmosphere and the best outdoor patio vantage point for concerts in the summer and après hot toddies in the winter.  Breakfast features classic dishes and crave-worthy chef signatures, while lunch and dinner pay homage to everything South of Telluride – from Arizona to Mexico and into South America with the flavors of chilies, coriander, cumin and cilantro playfully woven into unexpected and delicious creations.

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