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Where To Eat In Aspen

The best places to eat and drink in Aspen, whether you’re in ski boots or a mink coat.

If you’re heading to Aspen, there’s a good chance you’ll want to spend lots of time skiing. But after a couple laps on the gondola, there’s also a pretty good chance you’ll want to spend time consuming food and alcohol.

Here’s a wide variety of options, from locals-approved sandwich dives to fine dining establishments. Whether you plan to spend your time walking around in snowboard boots or a long mink coat, we think we’ve got you covered.

The Spots


Steak House No. 316

$$$$ 316 E Hopkins Ave

Big steaks. Big sides. Big seafood towers. A dark room. Stiff drinks. If you’re into that (you probably are?), this is your spot.


Justice Snow's

$$$$ 328 E Hyman Ave, Aspen, CO 81611

Justice Snow’s has a lot to offer: a totally insane cocktail menu so long it won’t load on our computer, and a serious dinner menu to match.


Cache Cache Restaurant

$$$$ 205 S Mill St #106

There’s really not a shortage of upscale bistro establishments in Aspen, but Cache Cache is a classic. Have yourself a rack of lamb.



$$$$ 303 E Main St

Nobu’s Aspen outpost has excellent sushi and Japanese offerings, but expect it to be rather packed during peak season.



$$$$ 533 E Hopkins Ave

Kenichi’s a fun place with totally respectable sushi. You’ll have a good time and probably some rolls with tropical fruit in them.


Ajax Tavern

$$$$ 685 E Durant Ave

On a sunny day, there’s no better place to sit with a drink and watch people come down the mountain with an order of parmesan truffle fries. If it starts to snow, you can head inside to Chair 9 in The Little Nell, where there’s an 80% chance you’ll see a Real Housewife.


Cloud 9 Alpine Bistro

$$$$ 76 Boomerang Rd

Cloud Nine, at the top of Aspen Highlands, turns into a rager toward the end of the ski day – expect spraying of champagne. Or come earlier, and order the raclette for a lunch of melted cheese with a group. Either way, good luck making it down the mountain.


Big Wrap

$$$$ 520 E Durant Ave

A solid spot for reasonable burrito-like wraps and fresh salads, right off the mountain.


White House Tavern

$$$$ 302 Hopkins

White House serves top-notch burgers and fancy-ish sandwiches in an old house.


Peach's Corner Cafe

$$$$ 121 S Galena St

We’re talking about salad. Also a good option for breakfast or brunch.


J-Bar at Hotel Jerome

$$$$ 330 E Main St

The lobby bar at the historic Jerome Hotel is the best spot to pretend it’s old times.

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