Visit Colorado: A Fantastic Dinner at The Pullman in Glenwood Springs
16 Mar 2020
Disclosure: My meal was covered by The Pullman and Visit Glenwood Springs. All opinions are my own.
Discovering great eateries when traveling is something I love to do. Unique spots serving locally sourced ingredients are not too tough to find in today’s culinary landscape.
With a full day of activities during our stay in Glenwood Springs Colorado, I was excited to relax and have an awesome dinner at The Pullman.
The Pullman is one of those restaurants you will go out of your way to go to. A true culinary destination, their dishes are both creative and tasty. Seating 80 in the restaurant + 12 at the bar, this laid back casual eatery is affordable with fantastic service and awesome food.
Located just a short walk from Hotel Colorado and Glenwood Springs Hot Pool, The Pullman is a great spot for dinner after a fun day.
What We Ate
We started off our dinner gauntlet with these crispy pork rinds with truffle oil and parmesan. So good!
Next up were these tempura battered corona beans with rosemary salt. Unfortunately, they are no longer on the menu, but I will say they were kinda good!
One of the highlights for me were these bacon pickled deviled eggs with a maple gastric. I’m a sucker for devised eggs, and I may have had more than three… and I am so not sorry to the people I was with!
I love hush puppies, and these smoked salmon hush puppies with dill cream did not disappoint. Unfortunately, they are no longer on the menu either.
We ordered these herb grilled whole artichoke halves. I did have a few, and they were good, but I was having room for my main course.
These pierogis with truffle potato, caramelized onions, and scallion crème fraiche were quite tasty!
My main course was this grilled angus flat iron with crispy smoked potatoes, green bean casserole, and six89 steak sauce. Oh my… was it ever amazing! Prepared just the way I ordered it.
I ended off my meal with this delicious butterscotch budino with salted caramel and sweet cream. Glad I saved room!
The Pullman has a wonderful dinner menu, with something that is sure to tempt the pickiest appetite… like mine.
house chips: warm blue cheese
crispy pork rinds: truffle, parmesan
roasted shishitos: sesame, maldon
bacon pickled deviled eggs: maple gastrique
chicken liver pate: house jam, pickled onion, grilled bread
house marinated olives
two roots radishes: pig butter, maldon
warm house spiced nuts
simple greens:two roots radishes, walnuts, blu chz, radish green ranch
marinated melon & arugula: feta, sunflower seeds, balsamic & evo
handmade chevre gnocchi: green beans, shrooms, greens, parmesan, truffle vin
kale: parmesan, pine nuts, currants, champagne vin
blackened salmon: romaine, anchovy vin, hard boiled egg, croutons, reggiano
roasted local vegetables: red wine vin, two roots arugula, feta, sunflower seeds, tzatziki
grilled chicken & kale: quinoa, queso fresco, cranberries, pepitas, sherry vin
grilled steak: field greens, fries, blue cheese, grilled onions, house bacon
soup a.q.: changing daily
braised local goat tacos: house made tortilla, pasilla salsa, avocado, black beans, queso, red onion
local heirloom tomatoes & housemade burrata: balsamic, basil, toasted pistachio
herb grilled whole artichoke halves: lemon aioli
mac & cheese: for the table, gruyere, white cheddar, mustard sage bread crumb
pierogis: truffle potato, caramelized onions, scallion crème fraiche
braised local goat: truffled goat cheese agnolotti, greens, shrooms, roasted romas, parmesan
housemade fettucine: baby arts, favas, pesto, fava crema, reggiano
summer vegetable cianfotta: parmesan broth, basil pesto, grilled bread
eggplant cannelloni: mushroom risotto stuffed, tomato coriander sauce, crispy basil
grilled natural ½ chicken: heirloom tomato & basil panzanella; sherry pan jus
roast rocky mountain trout: fingerlings, squash, smoked almonds; brown butter sage vin
roast AK halibut: rock shrimp & fava bean succotash; house tartar sauce
pullman grass fed burger: caramelized onion, white cheddar, english muffin
grilled angus flat iron: crispy smoked potatoes, green bean “casserole”, six89 steak sauce
peach BBQ berkshire pork shoulder: cheesy stone ground grits, palisades peach relish
green bean casserole
black bean stew
The Pullman is located at:
330 7th Street, Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601
Lunch: Monday to Friday from 11am
Weekend Brunch: Saturday & Sunday from 10:00am
Dinner: Every night from 4:30pm
Closed daily for Siesta: 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Reservations aren’t required, but always welcome and accepted.
Have a Meal at The Pullman
If you are in Glenwood Springs, stop in at The Pullman for a meal. The atmosphere is comfortable, the service is friendly, and the food is absolutely delicious.
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