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300 W. San Juan Ave. (Aspen St.) Send to Phone
Cosmopolitan serves up picture-perfect contemporary American cuisine along with a spectacular mountain view.


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Cosmopolitan Restaurant Review

: Cosmopolitan's long dining room, romantic and formal, showcases white napery, sparkling flatware and stemware, subdued lighting and panoramic mountain views. Owner-chef Chad Scothorn changes the menu weekly, melding Southwestern, Northeastern, Asian, Italian and French influences into fine contemporary American cuisine with eclectic twists. Fresh, natural ingredients are assembled into picture-perfect presentations. Starters might range from lobster corn dogs or house-made burrata with pumpkin seeds and prosciutto to salads of house-smoked salmon, couscous and corn in buttermilk dressing. Expect generously portioned main courses featuring Colorado lamb or Wagyu beef and carefully sourced seafood, as well as such high-end takes on comfort food as a duo of Kurobuta pork --- both grilled loin and breaded, fried and barbecued shoulder --- with cranberry mostarda and mac ā€˜nā€™ cheese. Desserts include beignets with coffee and seasonal fruit pies with ice cream. Experience Cosmo's wine selection up close and personal by booking The Tasting Cellar, where walls lined with 2,000 bottles complement a five-course tasting menu that changes nightly. Or visit the bar for a far lighter and more casual meal.

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