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ASPEN DINING

Great chefs are drawn to Aspen for the same reasons we all are. Thankfully, we landed one of the town’s best with our own Chef Jeff Gundy and his creative concoctions inside the Lounge. Trust us, so many standouts are found in every corner of town, from Element 47 on the high end, to more casual fare at places like Little Annie’s. Even the on-mountain dining options manage to ride Aspen’s culinary wave.

Local's Choice

Matsuhisa

One of North America's premier sushi chefs — Nobu Matsuhisa — has been bringing his signature style to Aspen for years inside the historic Thomas Hynes House.
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Woody Creek Tavern

The legend of Hunter S. Thompson — and many of this quirky enclaves' characters — lives on in this rustic road house just outside town. Perfect for a bike-ride lunch from the Limelight.
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Rustique

Just a short walk away from the Limelight, you'll find this warm, French-country kitchen that has become an institution for locals. If it's snowing, start with a bowl of French onion soup.
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L’Hostaria

This warm Italian restaurant on Hyman Ave. nails it with homemade pastas, an extensive wine list and patio seating.
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Kenichi

With the cozy feel of a Japanese home, Kenichi attracts a hip following of those who love sushi and other Japanese fare.
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Pine Creek Cookhouse

Ski, snowshoe or take a horse-drawn sleigh ride under the stars to one of Aspen’s most romantic restaurant settings.
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