Everyone has great suggestions.
If you want to get a seat at SIAM, call them at 4:30 to 5:00 and get your name on the seating list. You can stop by after and ask about an estimated time when they have the seats full and know when tables will be settling their bill, or you can sign up and go across the street to THERE and have some artisanal made drinks at the hottest bar in town until your table is ready. Alternatively the owner opened up the Talay Grill in the Mountain village for Asian fusion freestyle cuisine and the best breakfast in the Mtn Village.
The Floradora is an established place where Florrie the original owner bought the joint back and has her chef son running the kitchen. The Smuggler is just off the Gondola plaza where they brew beer and sling good bar food. For cheap eats the BIT(Baked in Telluride) and the Spotlight at the Village market fill your gullet for less than ten bucks.
The Chop House at the New Sheridan is the place where all the line cooks in town go for a nice dinner(they also have the best brekkie in town), Oak is at chair 8 and Gondola plaza with smoked ribs, pulled pork, poboys, and the best chicken fried steak in town.
New this year is the Alpinist and the Goat upstairs next to the Patagonia store offers great fondue.
Skiing wise chair 10 and 11(Sunshine and UTe Park) is great for beginners and lower intermediates. There are plenty of variations that will keep nascent riders busy all day. The Prospect lift(chair 12) has a good interconnecting network of double greens and single blues. Watch out for the toilet bowls you need to maintain momentum to ski out, Chair 4 has excellent cruisers along with chair five.
The blacks are concentrated in the chair 9, 6, and 14 pods. There are mellow trees, groomed steeps, and of course bumps everywhere. 9 is a long ride averaging at 15 mins that feels more like 20, but the vertical is 2200' so you can take your time down. The Chait 8 pod returning to town is usually thin cover with hazards and not recommended for tired legs. I suggest skiing Gold hill only if you are used to big exposure on death defying cliffs and trees to negotiate, there are sane ways down but they go roundabout and are not obvious.
Speaking of egress to Telluride, Coonskin is natural snow while Milk Run is machine made. There is a new water system that covers the run better than ever and the outlet down to town gets MM coverage so you touch nary a rock but bottlenecks do get scraped off.
Every bar has it's personality, walk around and check out the little funky ones. The Last Dollar is the locals place, O'bannon's is the alcoholics unanimous meeting place, The New Sheridan is the Realtor, wealthy historic joint while the Moon Saloon has music.
Look me up and I'd love to take a run or two with you.