Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Aspen, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.
The chef at this venue not only buys local produce - he even has his own farm! Sample the crispy chicken under a brick w/ local radishes, fava bean fritti, mint, & pecorino for a local-food feast. -- Epicurious via Foursquare
Sometimes the wait is a little long, but with $4 wine, why not at least stop in for 1, maybe 2? And if you're feeling a little like splurging, you should probably get a deep-fried pickle. It is unreal -- Aspen Meadows Resort via Foursquare
AMAZING food my friend. Enjoy it!!! Porks are not my fav food, but there they can change your mind. ask for the you that have everything, I've just forgeted the name... but they know. -- Ivan Hadlich via Foursquare
A wonderful, casual place for breakfast/brunch in Aspen. Prices are good, and atmosphere is great. Outdoor seating is a huge plus for those warm days. Get there early when going for breakfast, as it c -- Joel S via Foursquare
“This new spot in the St. Regis is F&W’s debut restaurant project in collaboration with Starwood, featuring dishes from former Best New Chefs George Mendes, Sue Zemanick, Alex Seidel & James Lewis.” -- Food & Wine via Foursquare