Aspen Colorado Restaurants
Marble Distilling Co. in Carbondale has opened a warm, modern cocktail bar that is not as exclusive as you might think. In Aspen this month, they're cooking some of the city's best food and drink, as well as some of their own.
The interior is gorgeous and the attractive, versatile decor is warm, romantic and inviting, whether you are eating traditional French crepes, fondue or raclette on a snowy night. There's a great outdoor setting for celebrities as you nibble on truffle fries and a Clicquot champagne. The fireplace makes it extra cozy on snowy evenings in Aspen, but the interior is your dream.
There is no better place to spend a cold night than with a crêpe and a bottle of wine. There is also a free Aspen shuttle system that takes guests to and from all the ski resorts in the region and to the ski area itself. If you want to relax with cocktails, après ski or on a bike, this restaurant has it all. The property is owned by Aspens Skiing Co., which means you have access to a full bar, private dining room and the opportunity to get in touch with the professionals to help you plan your day of skiing, snowshoeing, skiing or other outdoor activities in Aspen.
A visit to Hotel Jerome not only gives visitors a taste of Aspen's history, but also offers a taste of the best food in the city.
From gourmet pub grubs to wild boar nachos and macn 'cheese studded with apple wood, smoked bacon, the sandwiches here are among the best in town. The casual Colorado starters are as good as anyone in Aspen, as well as other parts of Colorado. Entrees return to Colorado, like striped perch, grilled lamb and roasted pheasant breast. Other appetizers include grilled New York steak, blackened pork tenderloin, lamb chops, pork belly, chicken breast and more.
If you walk to this beautifully located restaurant high in the mountains or decide to wear a towel, you will find amazing food prepared by the people who have made Aspen their home. Visit Bonnie's because it offers the most unique atmosphere and the best food, set in a theme of the Alps and ski chalets. The two restaurants that Refslund has run since leaving Noma offer imaginative and nutritious food.
There is a local café that offers some great pastries and other foods as well as a good selection of local craft beers and wines.
More beers will be served in the expanded Aspen Tap, as well as a new beer garden on the property. Located in the heart of the city, just blocks from the city centre, this Gastropub offers a good selection of local craft beers and other beers. It also has a wine cellar with 20,000 bottles and hosts some great craft beers and wines from around the world. This long-needed wine bar and restaurant is located in a small, historic building just outside downtown Denver and offers 35 wines from around the world by the glass.
Next door is Bear's Den Aspen Cafe and Bakery, which opened last year with a restaurant and bakery and a wine cellar. This casual, mostly take-out restaurant is located on the stone gondola of Mount Aspin, which climbs to the top of the mountain. On a day of skiing you can have lunch and you have the best places in town, as the gondola brings skiers and tourists up and down the mountains in winter and summer.
Specializing in Jewish classics for lunch and brunch, this restaurant offers kosher options on Aspen Mountain and on the slope side to take the convenience away. There are plenty of opportunities to sample steak, wine and family outings, as well as a full bar. Finally, for the ultimate gourmet experience, take a seat at the collab resto, where guests can sample dishes prepared by some of the country's most promising up-and-coming chefs.
The bar is actually fixed with barbed wire and has a complete bar, a wine selection and an extensive wine list, as well as a private dining room.
I've been to Wild Fig twice recently and love the warm bistro atmosphere and good food, but the creative cuisine ultimately holds people back. I also like to try the beer and wine list and enjoy the wide selection of craft beers on tap. It is also a great place where locals and tourists can meet to enjoy good food and drink in a relaxed and sometimes noisy atmosphere. The biggest attraction here is the liquid food because it is so small and has a large counter. Beef and beer are just two of the draws for me and I'm a big fan of their craft beer and wine selections.
The restaurant at 105 S. Mill in Aspen has been one of the best Asperger's restaurants since 1988. They offer barbecue and southwest food and their craft beer and wine selection has always been wonderful. The Woody Creek Tavern is a great place for a casual dinner with good food, good beer and good drinks. One of my favourites in recent years is the beer list and the wide selection of craft beers and wines on tap.