We thought the food was so good that we ate several meals here during our five day trip to Telluride. The menu is fun and inventive with great dinner specials. I especially liked the Potato Leek Soup with the unusual and delicious wafer of pancetta lurking in the bottom of the bowl. And who knew a grilled cheese sandwich with fried green tomatoes could taste so good? For dinner my husband loved an evening special of seared Kobe steak, and I thought my fish with veggies and garlic mashed potatoes was outstanding. Some of our other favorites on the menu include the Caesar salad, the colossal Shrimp and Grits, and the Salmon P.L.T. We highly recommend this restaurant and can’t wait to return to Telluride to try it again.
A very charming little bakery in the heart of Telluride with a full fledge selection of baked goods with a deli and a cafe. Just 1/2 blocks south of Telluride's mainstreet, this venue welcomes all folks with homemade baked breads, bagels, pastries, pizza, sandwich, and soups. At nighttime they serve a homemade Pasta dinner with wine and beer served. Great service and wonderful tasty foods. Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Brown Dog-Awful, they lost our order and 40 minutes later they finally told us. Fat Alley BBQ-Awful- the salted the potato salad with season salt before they serve it, unedible. Rustico Ristorante, to expensive but good pizza. Last Dollar Saloon-only had a margarita, okay.
Favorite Dish: Siam-go there in the day for lunch, much cheaper and same portions, try the Crispy Duck with a Tamarind sauce, unbelievable it was fabulous
The food's great, with lots of authentic care in preperation. The owner Lucas will usually prefer local &/or organic food supplies.
The service can... change, as Telluride constantly gets a new employee-base, but it's usually worth any convenience, and you'll find something else to gripe about at any other Telluride restaurant
Favorite Dish: not telling... it's all good. If you like what's listed, you'll like what's served.
Nice place. It's more of a bar that serves pizza than a restaurant as such. But the pizza's are good and cheap. If you're on a budget there aren't many places you can eat cheaply in Telluride, but this is one of them. The bar has a great atmosphere, has friendly staff, good beer selection and they do some good desserts as well!
It looks like an old metal barn. There are a few dark wooden tables under the porch in the street.
I don't advice to eat inside, there is a lot of noise.
The interior of the restaurant is old and worn out, like a route 66 cafe closed for 30 years.
But that's what making it so attractive. The food is excellent and clients better come on time cause it can be pretty crowdy at noon.
Favorite Dish: We were told they make the Telluride's best pizzas and we can't deny that!
Coke and other soft drinks: free refill.