photo credit: courtesy of Clark's Aspen
We know it sounds unlikely, but yes, an outpost of an Austin-based oyster bar is one of the best restaurants in Aspen. Settle into a blue leather booth for crudo, crab cakes, and grilled fish (there’s a decent amount of non-fish stuff as well), or grab a seat at the bar if you didn’t book in advance. The team behind Clark’s has more plans for Aspen, as they also recently purchased an old hotel at the base of the mountain, Mountain Chalet, which they’ll be renovating over the coming year.
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