7908 focuses on delivering unique flavors, fantastic presentation, delicious cocktails and a funky, trendy atmosphere. Featuring one of the best of the best Sommeliers in the world and chef Byron Gomez who has worked at some of the most pristine restaurants in NYC, you will not be disappointed. 7908 Aspen chose its name from Aspen’s elevation at 7,908 feet. With a name like that, be prepared to have your taste buds elevated. 7908 Aspen turns into a nightclub at night hosted by a world renowned resident DJ.
If you’re on the hunt for craft beer, tasting flights and pub grub, this is the place for you. With a passion for craft beer, Aspen Brewing Company was born in 2008. Since then, Aspen Brewing Company has grown and now offers a wide range of award winning beers. This small batch brewery will offer the true Colorado experience.
Situated in an old white cottage, this casual restaurant offers a cozy spot to enjoy a meal while in Aspen. With menu items such as sandwiches, burgers, salads and craft cocktails, there’s something on the menu for everyone. The White House Tavern also offers outdoor seating with heaters provided during the winter months.
Featuring rustic wood paneling, designed with antiques and family heirlooms on the wall, French Alpine Bistro has poured their hearts into creating an authentic and romantic atmosphere. This award winning establishment is known for its fondue, crepes and raclette. Being Aspen’s most celebrated dining spot, this cozy bistro will not disappoint.
The Monarch is an old-fashioned steakhouse & bar dishing up prime cuts of beef and seafood. This sophisticated atmosphere has a unique feel and receives raving reviews from locals and tourists alike . The Monarch features an extensive wine list, knowledgeable sommelier, craft cocktails, amazing service and delicious food. This is a perfect spot to celebrate a special occasion or to indulge while on holidays.
Dishing up breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mawa dishes up seasonal, local organic ingredients plates. All menu items can cater to vegans, vegetarians, gluten-free and dairy free diets. From a variety of egg dishes, soups, salad and burritos, Mawa’s Kitchen is a fantastic spot to have a specialty coffee and breakfast.
Whether it's a quick bite or a sit down lunch, Meat & Cheese Farm Shop offers house made soups, marinara, curries and sweets. Creating most of its menu from scratch with locally sourced and sustainably ingredients, Meat & Cheese Restaurant is a local and tourist favorite. Enjoy a delicious lunch or take some goodies back to your accommodation to indulge after a day on the slopes.
If you’re looking for a contemporary place to wine and dine, Element 47 is the place for you. Featuring an award winning wine program, a wine cellar, incredible hospitality, and unreal dining experience. With highlighted menu items such as wagyu beef, house-made pastas and seasonal produce, Element 47 is rated Aspens finest dining spots.
Located in a 12-year old Victorian style house in downtown Aspen, Matuhisa opened in 1998. Featuring a sushi bar that is the length of the room and bamboo ceilings, you’ll truly get the full Japanese experience. Chef Nobu was heavily influenced by his classical training in Tokyo and travels around the world.
Located inside The Hotel Jerome, this fine dining experience will take your taste buds to another level. The wine list is extensive, offering a large selection and prestigious bottles. The venue offers hints of a historic setting, hand-stitched leather chairs and molding ceilings. If you are looking at treating yourself to an elegant dining experience, The Prospect at Hotel Jerome is a must.
With over 15 vintage chandeliers, thrift store art, comfy chairs and couches, Hooch offers a quirky, funky atmosphere. Hooch has an amazing reputation for specialized cocktails, craft beers and wines by the glass. This is a great place to enjoy a tasty drink or a small bite in a neat atmosphere.
Holding upwards of 450 people, Rolling Stones Magazine lists Belly Up Aspen as one of the ‘Best Clubs in America’. This music venue is located at the base of Aspen Mountain and holds close to 300+ concerts a year. Be sure to check out upcoming events at Belly Up while you're in Aspen. With an intimate setting, amazing line ups, you may just have the best night of your life.
Named after the infamous drug lord, Escobar is lit up with neon lasers, curved ceilings and expansive bar to set the tone. This funky and trendy nightclub offers bottle service for those wanting to indulge. With DJs, a dance floor and après-ski, this is the spot to be.
This small family run business has been dishing up affordable, home-style food since 1988. Serving specialty coffees, omelettes, breakfast sandwiches and baked goods. Be sure to check our Jour De Fete to enjoy a delicious selection of cuisine while in Aspen.
This friendly cozy café has been named ‘ Best Coffee Shop’ in Aspen each year since the space has opened. From roasting it’s own coffee, to coffee tasting events, Local Coffee House is the spot to visit for that perfect cup of coffee.
Dishing up smoothies, fresh juices, salad bowls and sweet treats, Spring Cafe is Aspen’s first 100% organic eatery and juice bar. If you are searching for a healthy, organic or even plant based dish, Spring Cafe is the place for you. Spring Café goes the extra mile to provide wholesome organic food, which is why it certainly has a cult following in Aspen.