Bludorn—an upscale American restaurant on the edge of Montrose that’s still on the shiplap trend—serves refined, decadent food. Sit in either the glowing, golden wood-paneled bar area or the white washed dining room to snack on excessive seafood towers, flaky pot pies filled with meaty lobster, or short rib ravioli flecked with blue cheese. Like the decor, the menu also embraces old school, perhaps even outdated, classics. While the overall effect looks fabulous, like an elderly Hollywood starlet wrapped in a fur coat, it also feels crafted for a particular, well-monied audience. So if you have money to burn, perhaps even literally, Bludorn serves what you need (especially a lot of caviar). 

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photo credit: Julie Soefer

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