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With its steep and deep reputation, lively Main Street, and topographical bounty, Telluride has plenty going for it even after the powder melts. Increasingly, the best reason to visit off season isn't the bluegrass, grass, or even the views; it's the restaurants bringing gourmet innovation to 9,000 feet.
Chefs here have come from all over, bringing influences from culinary capitals like New York, New Orleans, and Napa, and from such notable restaurants as Nobu 57, Galatoire, and Jean Georges' Mercer Kitchen. These transients may come from all over, but they've got a lot in common: They use locally-sourced products whenever possible, tend to speak a bit of French, and are uniformly eager to work with game meat.
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