Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Telluride, Colorado, United States. Nestled in the towering San Juans, Telluride offers visitors abundant trout fishing and hiking opportunities in summer, plus downhill and cross country skiing in winter. One of the world's most beautiful ski resorts, this former gold rush town has been popular with skiers since the '70s. Walk, catch free shuttles or soar to 9500 feet on the Mountain Village gondola. Appreciate the area's history and beauty at Telluride Historical Museum and Bridal Veil Falls, Colorado's longest free falling falls.
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4 based on 158 reviews
Dinner on New Yearâs Eve.Solid menu with lots of selections.Door opens a lot and the way it is configured the wind whips through the restaurant.People inside with hats and coats on if near the door.Hostess does not seem to notice.Antipastini was great. Made for one.Rest of the cooked food was bland.Chicken parmigiana with side of linguini (must buy the side if you want it)Tasted like it had been cooked and the. Stored in fridge.Mushy and bland. Too pricy for what you get.
We actually came here to go to Cindy Bread but the offerings didn't look that great so we walked around the little strip of stores (they have a coffee roaster, a distillery and a brewhouse) and came across this little deli. They have a few long tables inside but I noted a few folks getting takeout. We got sandwiches that were amazing and the salads looked good. I wish this place was more convenient for us since the breakfast menu looked good too. They have a pizza oven and were making a bunch of pies but I was happy with my choice!
Dinner Club , Speakeasy, 6 Course Prix fixe, with optional wine pairing. Menu and cuisine change monthly. Password is found in local paper classified adds. Only 12 seats at shared chef table. Reservations required through website or at Opentable.com.
Unique private dining experience unlike any other restaurant in Telluride. The chief (Mark) is very talented and the food was some of the best my wife and I have ever had. (And we travel a lot, and enjoy our foodie lifestyle.) The service was wonderful and unique. The dining room was fashioned after an old world speak easy, secret password and all... Finding the restaurant was half the fun, their is no sign for âThe Tunnelâ (look for the sign for Zestâs Catering. But all that would mean nothing if the food wasnât to die for... it was. We went with a group of six friends, my wife is vegetarian and the chief and staff could not have been accommodating. The food was amazing good, the wine pairings were excellent, and the entire night was a tremendous hit with everyone in our party. If you are visiting Telluride, make a reservation, and be prepared for a wonderful dining experience. You will not be disappointed...
4 based on 119 reviews
We met my husband here after mountain biking. It was fast. He had pizza. He liked it. Also he enjoyed the beer from local brewery. My other son had pasta which he liked. Myother son and I had dessert. We had tiramasu and gelato which was delicious on the patio.
4 based on 166 reviews
Originally a private retreat built on a historic mining claim, this new addition to Tellurideâs award-winning restaurants is a quaint European hÃ¼tte perched near the top of Gold Hill.With hand-hewn beams and furniture crafted from reclaimed wine barrels,
Reputed to be North Americaâs highest restaurant this place is adjacent to the blue âSee Foreverâ piste and accessed from the Gold Hill Express lift. Inside and outside seating is available. We didnât have a reservation but were able to get a table on request. However we were mid week in a non peak week and I am sure we were very fortunate.Given the altitude (3647m) the menu is relatively limited but there are plenty of options - anti pasta plates, soups, salads and a daily pasta special.Given it also is a wine bar the wine list is extensive, but not cheap. That said the wines are high quality.My wife and I shared a mixed anti pasta plate, had a beer and coffee each and both had the daily pasta special for a total of USD135. Our server (Brian) was excellent and the lady dealing with front of house was also very good.With hindsight the pasta would have been enough for us.We would definitely return here if the opportunity presents.
4 based on 213 reviews
Fine Italian dining
In the heart of downtown Telluride with its many bistros, joints, fine dining and bars the Bistro stands out as a great, indoor and outdoor spot featuring Italian cooking. The atmosphere is clearly a favorite of the locals and tourists alike. Service begins with the hostess introducing the specials with the servers amplifying any questions from the menus. At lunch we were looking light and found an antipasto perfect for two. Plenty of panchetta, calimari, olives, tomatoes, a nibble festival....with a glass of wine and bottle of locally brewed brewed.....perfect on a bright sunshiny day outside.The menu is substantial for both lunch and dinner. From pizza to pasta and minestrone the Bistro will not disappoint. A little pricy but also a notch above. Parking is on the street or taking the loop bus which stops just up the street from the Bistro
4 based on 210 reviews
Pizzeria & Sport's Bar on Main St. in Telluride! Telluride's largest selection of Tap Beer, 24 to be exact. Craft cocktails, wine & fabulous food! A wide selection of cool pizzas, yummy salads with house made dressings, great appetizers and some fun deser
We recommend the cobb salad, pizza, and sandwiches. Everything served here is fresh and well prepared. The beers on tap change frequently. We tried and enjoyed several Colorado kolsch beers and all were excellent, fresh, and cold. On our last visit, we had a large group (9 people) and experienced great service by Susan, who was quick, very friendly, and provided separate checks for our large group without asking. This is an excellent choice in Telluride for lunch where you can have a fresh lunch at a reasonable price.
4 based on 473 reviews
We had a late lunch here and were not disappointed - from the bread and oil to the dessert everything was delicious and the restaurant has a lovely atmosphere with great servers.Try the Rose Montepulciano wine it is wonderful.
4 based on 1515 reviews
Telluride does not have much nightlife. The Brown Dog was the only place with more than a handful of people at 10 pm on a Saturday night. Drinks are pricey but not out of hand. Filled with Red Sox and Fenway stuff. Lively.
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