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Matsuhisa

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303 E Main St, Aspen
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Open since 1998, Aspen’s Matsuhisa is one of the longest-running restaurants in the Nobu/Matsuhisa universe, and feels very much like a classic. You’ll find all the Nobu hits: miso black cod, rock shrimp tempura, caviar-topped tartare, and plenty of sushi. All of it is delicious and worth it, which we wouldn’t say about the other sushi spots in town. Getting in here, especially with a group, can feel impossible, but if you’re willing to gamble a bit, they take names on a waiting list for seats in the upstairs area and the bar.

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