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Aspen restaurant recommendation

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 
We will be in aspen at the end of march and was trying to decide b/w several restaurants for dinner. We aleady have a reservation at element47, but need to decide on a place for the next night. Have opportunity to get reservation at brexi, pinon, or chefs club at the regis. (we have a standing reservation at chefs club, but just found out we will be eating at the hotel couple of times with our group, but no necessarily the chefs club). Any of these stand put more than the other? And any other places to consider would also be appreciated. Thanks.
post #2 of 11
Competition is fierce in Aspen, if they're not pretty dam good, restaurants don't last too long!
Cashe cashe
Campo
La Hosatria
Ute City
Justice Snow

If you're four or less, the bar menus the way to go for a nice discount,
post #3 of 11

I also like Syzygy or whatever they are now called and the Wild Fig.Element 47 is pretty good but I didn't think it was fantastic.  

 

Mike

post #4 of 11

The bar menu (Happy Hour) at Pacifica is great...especially the shrimp in truffle oil.

post #5 of 11
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The bar menu (Happy Hour) at Pacifica is great...especially the shrimp in truffle oil.

Except that Pacifica went out of business a few months ago.

 

Too bad.

 

Mike

post #6 of 11
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Except that Pacifica went out of business a few months ago.

 

Too bad.

 

Mike

 

Well that stinks...good to know though.

post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 

Element47 from reviews and their menu just looked interesting. We are suckers for country french food why were leaning toward the chef's club that brings that type of food and combines it w/ guest chef menu. But since we are staying at the Regis and being fed there twice to some degree having the other options noted above helps. Cache Cache looks very yummy as well with its classic french country menu. Sure we won't be disappointed since we are going w/o kids are going to treat ourselves and not pay attention to the bill so much.

post #8 of 11
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also looks like we might be eating/drinking at FinBarr. First thing that pops up on their website upon opening it is a bloody mary w/ 2 pieces of bacon sticking out of it, whats not to like about that.

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also looks like we might be eating/drinking at FinBarr. First thing that pops up on their website upon opening it is a bloody mary w/ 2 pieces of bacon sticking out of it, whats not to like about that.

 

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post #10 of 11
Ellina
post #11 of 11
They have a great bar menu and the bar maid has a nice set of aftermarket tip enhancers.
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