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Meat & Cheese


301 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen
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Meat & Cheese is indeed a meat and cheese shop, and it’s definitely the best butcher and fancy provisions market in town. But it’s also an excellent restaurant that works well for a late post-ski lunch or casual dinner. The menu takes influence from all over the world, with everything from exceptional rotisserie chicken to bo ssam pork to Thai coconut soup. They don’t take reservations, but you can “get in line” by going to their Yelp page. Or just show up and have a drink in their attached underground cocktail bar, which makes interesting cocktails like a Tiki Toddy and others using esoteric spirits and ingredients.

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