Colorado

Restaurants in Colorado

Located at the Stonebridge Inn, this small restaurant serves globally inspired American cuisine amid panoramic views of the surrounding alpine slopes.

The Sundeck Restaurant serves lunch daily amid views from its location atop Aspen Mountain. The restaurant is only accessible via gondola or car, though the winding roads make the gondola a less complicated choice.

Udi Baron and his family began their bread-making enterprise with just a single sandwich shop, established in 1994. Today, the Barons own a bakery, five cafés, and a catering company, but they never compromised the quality of their artisan breads.

An updated American tavern, the West End offers an amazing selection of bourbons at its antique wooden bar and on its rooftop patio overlooking the Flatirons.

Set beside the Yampa River, the Cottonwood Grill serves pan-Asian cuisine amid panoramic views of the water and the surrounding ski slopes.

Architect Adam Tihany designed the interior of this American brasserie that opened inside the Broadmoor Hotel in 2006. A row of white drum chandeliers hangs over dark wood tables and leather chairs with olive-green cushions.

With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Telluride valley and surrounding peaks, Allred's is a 12,000-foot fine dining resturant at the Telluride Ski Resort's St.

The kitchen at the 4,000-acre Keyah Grande Resort uses local produce to create simple, yet flavorful French-inspired dishes. Menu offerings include everything from fresh lobster to steak with asparagus and purple potatoes.

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Named after an 18th-century Parisian square, Bistro Vendôme is designed to resemble an authentic French restaurant. Housed inside the red-brick Sussex building, which dates from the 1880’s, the high-ceilinged dining room has pale yellow walls, dark wood furniture, and large windows, as well as an

You may not expect to find Vail's best steaks at this unassuming three-meal-a-day dining room overlooking Gore Creek and the mountain, but there's a strong argument to be made.