About Our Mountain Lodge Restaurant In Telluride Imagine skiing down the mountain and meeting friends for soulful tavern food and stellar views of the peaks. That's what The View Bar & Grill is all about - great food with amazing mountain views. Whether you crave an apres ski bite, a romantic dinner or an late-nite cheers to the day ahead, you'll find a creative local fare cuisine and high-style alpine ambiance. With a bold menu, rustic charm and slopes calling just outside, you'll love the chef inspired food mountain style mood. Our summer pool deck scene will provide a perfect day spent in the Colorado sun with delicious food and boat drinks to keep you cool poolside. Just sit back and enjoy The View.
Aaron Miller - Director of Food & Beverage Chef Aaron Miller began his career at the prestigious Arizona Biltmore in the late 1980s, where his culinary journey took him to the most celebrated culinary school in the world, The Culinary Institute Of American in Hyde Park, NY. Throughout Aaron's early career, nothing meant more than working with the finest chefs in the country including Chef Jacques Pepin, Chef George Mahaffey, Chef John Makin and Chef Jeffery Beeson to name a few. Aaron is a trendsetter as he was the first chef in North America to feature sustainable seafood, shipped via FedEx direct from source in multiple restaurants beginning well over 15 years ago. As an Arizona native, Chef Aaron embraces his roots of Southwestern and American Western Cuisines. For the past decade Chef Aaron has refocused himself on the dining experience as a whole and has developed several Food And Beverage operations to echo not only American Western Cuisine, but the unique hospitality aspect of the American West. Today Aaron is not just a chef, but a beverage professional, with keen knowledge of Tequila and its associated cocktails. Aaron enjoys speaking to guests often, as he gauges the operation as a whole through the guest prospective. "A restaurant is more than just food and drink, it's about the experience in its entirety."