This Tuscany-inspired restaurant is an authentic trattoria. The dimly lit dining room's low ceilings and closely positioned tile-topped tables exude ... More
Campo De Fiori
This Tuscany-inspired restaurant is an authentic trattoria. The dimly lit dining room's low ceilings and closely positioned tile-topped tables exude an intimate, family feel. The main entrees feature authentic Northern Italian dishes in hearty portions, along with meaty offerings like grilled veal and filet mignon. The pasta dishes are the most affordable entrees on the menu and come in all sorts of varieties. An excellent wine list features a wealth of Italian offerings. Restaurant opens daily at 5:30p.
The host at the door, a tall and dark haired man, was rude to us. He rolled his eyes when we confirmed our reservation and then rolled them higher when we were deciding whether to eat inside or outside. The salad I ordered had no salad dressing on it so I had to drizzle some olive oil on it from the table. My pasta with clams was bland. Service was adequate, a bit cold. I won't be back. We went to Matsuhisa the previous night which was amazing.
We were there in the real off-season in September, but it was crowded and noisy, but not to the point where it distracted from our generally wonderful meal. We ate on the patio with the help of a heat lamp.
The food was excellent and the helpings generous, but seemed a bit overpriced (guess that's to be expected in Aspen.)
The service was wonderful and attentive.
The restaurant is very small but leads to a cozy warm feeling where you can talk to your neighbor and find out some good tips on skiing. The food and wine was excellent with moderate prices. I really enjoyed my dinner here. Make reservations.
Great Bar, with a good mix of personallities. Stay out of the dining room unless you like 4 people sitting at a table for 2 while rubbing elbows with the self important people at the next table only 8 inches away.
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