Food and Drink Gorrono Ranch: We love on-mountain dining options, and Gorrono Ranch delivers. Fuel up on burgers and salads at this cafeteria-style spot in Mountain Village, off the Misty Maiden Ski Run. On sunny days, grasp a spot on the deck via the hearth pit and listen to stay tune whilst you dine in full ski gear, if you want.
New Sheridan Bar: For some of Colorado's exceptional apres ski periods and nightlife, check out the lively New Sheridan's Historic Bar in Telluride. It's one of the oldest bars in the West and lots of the decor nods to that legacy. Enjoy drink specials, hear to stay music, play pool, and warm up. If the weather's nice, this bar gives panoramic rooftop seating.
Allred's Restaurant: If you only splurge on one fancy dinner in Telluride, make it Allred's. Dine greater than 10,000 toes above sea stage on the top of the gondola overlooking Telluride. Allred's serves up mind-blowing views, plus an award-winning wine list, home made cocktails, and fine cutting-edge American dining. Menu gadgets encompass lobster bisque soup, wagyu pork carpaccio, and a Colorado rack of lamb served with carrot puree, confit-rosemary marble potatoes, almond emulsion, and jus.
Chop House Restaurant: two This is Telluride's basic steakhouse, with a notable wine listing. It's placed inside the New Sheridan Hotel.
Cosmopolitan: Come here for hearty chops and seafood; basic cocktails; and fresh sushi and sashimi. Cosmopolitan serves a hundred percent Japanese wagyu beef, which has a high-fat content material that simply melts in your mouth. The restaurant includes wagyu beef from two exceptional area ranches. A highlight is the 18-ounce 7X Wagyu New York strip, massive enough to share. It's served with mashed potatoes, mushrooms, Brussels sprouts, and a pink wine jus.
If you prefer tasty bites on a budget, The Gnar is the place. This self-proclaimed modern taco shop serves up hand squeezed margs and hearty eats in a laid-back and quirky setting. Every taco on the menu is drool worthy.