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About The Pullman
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:30pm
Dinner: Daily: 4:30pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:300pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our entire menu is available for off-site catering as well as additional items. Please email us for more information.
Street parking is available.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Pullman Ratings and Reviews
Things weren't up to what I remember of the Pullman. Aside from delicious blue cheese potato chips, the remaining dishes were uninspired and lackluster. The poutine might have even been inedible. To top it off, service was elementary. We asked for a side of curry sauce that was denied because they'd have to "heat it up". Sad for a place that used to be so great and worth the drive from Denver.
This was our second visit to the Pullman and the food quality and service was outstanding. Each time I have enjoyed the fresh ingredients, delicious recipes and drink selection. The service is very attentive and professional. We will continue to visit each time we come to town.
Went for a "special dinner" while we were vacationing in Glenwood Springs. Waited about 10 minutes in the crowded, uncomfortable entryway just to talk to the hostess ... the two of us were there for almost 30 minutes before we got our first drinks even though we had reservations.
The waiter didn't know how to answer any of our questions about the menu. While we waited for food, I noticed the tables around us looked anxious and at one point someone chased after the waiter because they'd received the wrong order.
I had the lamb (medium rare) and it was burnt all along the outside.
We had higher expectations walking in, and will try to find another place for a nice vacation dinner next time. :(
The food at The Pullman is always artfully presented, imaginative, and delicious. The menu changes frequently, but considering the modest number of options there appears to be something for everyone. My palate isn't very far ranging, but I've been there several times, and have never had the same thing twice, which is unusual for me. The hard surface floors and walls contribute to the noise level — particularly noticeable when there's a full house, which is often. It's not so noisy that you can't have a conversation. Make reservations, and prepare to enjoy your experience. If you end up having a bad night, it won't be due to The Pullman.
Food was delicious and waiter polite. Unfortunately one person's meal was miss ordered and came out with allergy concerns. They had to wait through u eating our entire meals before his came out. Very discouraging and not even a drink or snack was offered to make up for it. Poor management and poor judgement. The 16 year old was starving!
There are small plates on the menu which we love since we like to share many things, but we ended up with 2 of the night's specials which were outstanding. Grilled short ribs on a celeriac puree with sour cherries was the perfect combination of flavors with the cherries cutting the fat in the meat. That was the big plate special. The small plate special was smoked loma with a local blue cheese, olives, grilled bread, and a current mustard. The cocktail menu is creative.
We love the Pullman restaurant. There's always a line because the food is so unique and delicious! It is a very Cozy Restaurant yet casual with an ambience of homeyness and comfort. every time we go to Glenwood Springs this is our favorite place to go and we try to make a reservation early enough that we get a table at a time that is not too early or too late because it's always so crowded. Their food is always unique and the menu changes often. The food seems to be as local as possible using as many farms and local Delicacies as they can find. Being in Colorado in the mountains it's hard to find a lot of fresh vegetables in the winter but I think they have some kind of greenhouse operation or know someone that owns a green house or something that provides them with local produce year round. The wait staff is very well-trained and can explain anything that they have on the menu because everything is a unique creation from the chef. I suggest that you try it out if you've never been there. It is a bit expensive but worth every penny. Love it love it love it
By far, my favorite place in all of Colorado! Glenwood Springs is my favorite place on earth and the Pullman is my favorite restaurant in all of Glenwood Springs! The service is spectacular and the food is amazing! Thanks for making my birthday weekend even more special!
Love this place!
The Glenwood Springs dining scene continues to mature and The Pullman adds to the diversity of options within GWS. Located across street from The Hotel Denver and across river from Hotel Colorado, easily accessible even from west GWS as street parking is ample on the surrounding blocks.
Be sure to start with the smoked devil eggs, at $1.5/per great option with good mix of flavors. The chips coated in artisanal cheese, also excellent. We both enjoyed salads, creative options with mix of flavors. The steak salad, while one may be circumspect concerning french fries with a salad it works! Spouse' vegetarian salad, good mix of seasonal veggies and an excellent dressing, can easily add protein.
Of note, excellent beer and moderate wine selection. Good micro and artisan brews available. Be sure to make reservations esp. on weekends as Glenwood is becoming a strong destination for weekend getaways.
Please note there are some excellent old time options in GWS, however if wanting a newer option with a diverse menu, reasonable prices and excellent beer selection more akin with Aspen or Vail, The Pullman will not disappoint.
With so many delicious looking options on the menu, the worst part about the Pullman was figuring out what to eat. If we were staying here longer, this place would be a weekly tradition. Food, service, and atmosphere was wonderful. All how casual dining out should be.
I took my sister and aunt here for their birthdays. I told the hostess it was a special occasion and also the waitress. They did not make it special in the least bit. The waitress acted like we were putting her out when we ask questions about the menu.
Service means everything when make a special occasion like this a success. They failed.
I must say the food was incredible.
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