Open for Breakfast 7am to 11am and Dinner 5pm to 9:30pm This Week's Menu

Welcome to Comb Ridge…Upscale Dining in Historic Bluff

Enjoy the charm of a rustic, old trading post with exposed timber and beam ceilings, clay plastered cob walls, and Navajo and Anasazi inspired murals and floors. Antique lights and local art add to the warmth and romantic ambience of this distinctly western historic building. What started as a lovingly restored trading post with a coffee bar serving our celebrated European style espresso, has turned into a full service restaurant with award-winning wines, fine dining, patio dining in spring and summer, and a warm wood stove in the winter. Chef Szczodrowski prepares the freshest foods with the most flavorful local ingredients. A cozy restaurant and gallery for friends to gather and enjoy sweeping views of canyon country, Comb Ridge is a unique Four Corners experience.

  • About Comb Ridge

    Comb Ridge Introduction

    Built in 1962, Comb Ridge was once the Navajo Twins and Painted Horn Trading Posts before artist Sarah Martin renovated the building into the beautiful space she called Comb Ridge Trading Post, named after the 80 mile linear uplift of rocks south of Bluff. In 2005, Andi Martin and friends remodeled the building as an espresso bar, eventually adding breakfast soon after and in 2015, with the help of Chef Scott Szczodrowski and her husband Kelly Martin, fresh upscale dinners.

  • Our Menu

    Chef de Cuisine Scott Szczodrowski

    Chef Szczodrowski sources local (pasture and humanely raised) meats from small farms in Colorado. He uses the most flavorful ingredients available in the Four Corners and prepares all his food fresh. The meals are gourmet, yet distinctly western American---comforting and relaxed. House made desserts and award winning wines complement every dinner at Comb Ridge. Start your day at Comb Ridge with European style espresso, bakery fresh bread, our world famous bluecorn pancakes, and savory dishes prepared from scratch by our kitchen.

  • Art Gallery

    Local Artisans

    When you travel the southwest, you generally find the same old stereotypical cowboy and American Indian art in every store (much of it made overseas). At Comb Ridge you will find only locally made art, splendidly unique, made with distinction by artists living on the fringe of modern society.