Argentine Grille at the Rico Hotel

The Argentine Grille serves 4 star cuisine with regionally sourced ingredients in the quaint mountain hamlet of Rico, Colorado. Chef Eamonn O'Hara, a native of Ireland, was formally trained in the US and came to the San Juan Mountains after a stint at Los Angelels' 5 star Hotel Bel Air.

Chances are, if you eat at the Argentine, you will be dining on a table built by local craftspeople from re-purposed timbers used in old mining structures. And most likely, you will also be dining with some of them, as the Argentine knows how to treat its locals, as well as its visiting guests.

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Latitude: 37.6900013 Longitude: -108.0312252 Elevation: 8794 ft

Hours Open

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Seasons Open

Thanksgiving through March, June through September, but be sure to call first

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Eco-Friendly Notes

The Argentine uses locally and regionally cultivated ingredients which promote regional economic sustainability. Many of the furnishings in the Argentine are made from up-cycled lumber from abandoned mining structures.

Locally or Family Owned Business Notes

The Rico Hotel and Argentine Grille are family owned businesses.

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