Aptly named for railroad sleeping cars that were built by the Pullman Company and operated all across U.S. railroads, restaurateur Mark Fischer’s Pullman Restaurant in Glenwood Springs, Colorado is committed to serving up great food in a comfortable urban setting. The Pullman pays attention to detail and provides guests with outstanding customer service. The eatery is located in downtown Glenwood next to the Hotel Denver on the southeast side of the bridge that spans across the Colorado River. You can look to the north and see the famous Glenwood Hot Springs on the other side of the mighty Colorado. The Pullman offers seating for 80 people and has 12 seats at the fashionable bar.
“The spirit is sophisticated to a degree, but never pretentious. It’s a joint that’s accessible on all levels: menu, value and aesthetics. The Pullman is a place where you might eat at a number of times a week, not just because it’s affordable, but because it’s good and dynamic and fresh and clean and easy…” – The Pullman Restaurant
The menu is, well, delightfully eclectic. It is loaded with delectable eats, such as crispy house made pork rinds with truffles and Parmigiano-Reggiano; duck sausage poutine with red wine gravy, white cheddar curds and pickled onion; and fresh, Rocky Mountain trout with kale, new potatoes, harissa aioli, and shaved baby carrots. The list goes on and on. Each dish is thoughtfully executed and beautifully presented.
To wash down the fine fare, the Pullman Restaurant has an excellent selection of largely local crafted wines, beers, and artisan cocktails. Winemaker dinners, Sunday brunch, or just a nice lunch or dinner with a group of friends are just a few reasons to hit up the Pullman next time you are in Glenwood Springs. Maybe I’ll see you there!
The Pullman Restaurant | www.thepullmangws.com | 330 7th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 | (970) 230-9234