Resturants and dining options in Colorado

The grandeur of Colorado never ceases to amaze visitors from all around the globe. The majestic Rocky Mountains serve not only as a playground for avid skiers, hikers, campers, and climbers, but also as a stunning backdrop to the exciting city of Denver, the U.S. Air Force Academy and Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, and the spectacular Royal Gorge of Canon City. It\'s certainly an understatement to say that this state abounds with outdoor adventure that will make any vacation unforgettable!

How would you like to nestle into a cozy Victorian-style Bed and Breakfast or perhaps feel like royalty as you lounge in a beautifully restored historical hotel? Maybe you\'d rather whisk the family into the mountains and live in a rustic log cabin for a week or two? Or tackling a challenging ski slope? Planning a company trip? You\'ll enjoy taking care of business in an ultra-modern conference hotel. Whatever your taste and purpose, Colorado will make you feel right at home.

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Carmine's on Penn was established in 1994 as a neighborhood, family-style Italian restaurant. Our atmosphere is casual, festive, and friendly. Chef Ryan Hill leads the kitchen brigade with many years of experience, promising a consistency that is rare indeed. Our servers bring the chalkboard menu to life, describing dishes and offering advice on selecting just the right combination of food and beverage. Carmine's can easily accommodate large groups and private parties for any occasion - business dinners, birthdays, graduations, rehearsal dinners - or just to celebrate life. Our wines are specially selected from Italy to complement our menu as the pairing of food and wine is a logical combination for the Carmine's experience.

Alba Restaurant & Wine Bar is the epitome of Italian dining in Boulder, Colorado. After many trips to Italy's most prominent wine region, owners Rick and Susan Stein finally realized their dream of an authentic Italian restaurant with the opening of Alba. The city of Alba lies in the center the Langhe, surrounded by wine country. Langhe in the local dialect means "ridges," which link the many hillside vineyards, often shrouded in mist. These vineyards produce Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera, some of Italy's greatest wines. Alba is also known its annual truffle market, which draws visitors from throughout the world. Inspired chef Alexander Feldman draws upon his years of culinary training in Tuscany, Emilia Romagna, Piemonte and some of America's finest Italian restaurants to design an ever-changing seasonal menu that captures the essence of traditional cuisine. Matthew Feldman recently joined the Alba family, bringing with him a style of casual fine dining centered around hospitality.

The Blue River Bistro Restaurant in Breckenridge Colorado serves a contemporary Italian-American menu, crafted with exceptional attention to detail and fresh ingredients.

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