Imagine Second City meets Julia Childs and you can envision this Aspen landmark. Since 1957 it has combined current comedic ... More
Imagine Second City meets Julia Childs and you can envision this Aspen landmark. Since 1957 it has combined current comedic satire with top-notch dining to make it one of those "must stops" when visiting. Like many of Aspen's restaurants, the interior exudes a Victorian slant. Intricate stained glass windows and a glittery chandelier create a vintage look that meshes the past with the present. The waitstaff, which also doubles as the talent, performs biting musical satires on all of the most current topics, with a heavy lean toward politics. The menu features A-list entrees such as prime rib, roast duckling, rack of lamb and nightly fish specials. Reservations are a must.
This Cooper Avenue Mall store is a paradise for cowpokes and cowgirls (yes, Aspen still has a few). It is
a virtual cowboy palace, laden with Stetson hats, handmade cowboy boots, bolo ties and classic belt buckles that could ...
Since 1889, this landmark has been the center of Aspen's cultural scene. Listed on the National Registrar of Historical Places,
the building has experienced two major renovations and to this day looks like it did when it first opened. ...
Annabelle Inn is situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Aspen Mountain and Buttermilk Mountain Ski Area.
Nearby attractions also include Aspen Highlands. The hotel offers amenities like 24 hour front desk, airport transportation (complimentary), express ...