Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Aspen, Colorado, United States. Everyone knows Aspen as a top-notch winter resort town. But outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy it in the summer, too, when the mountains become a perfect setting for hiking, biking and horseback tours. Some may be surprised to find it’s a top romance destination—but after all that outdoor exercise, who wouldn’t want to repair to a luxurious hotel room or a cozy, firelit bar?
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4 based on 144 reviews
Authentic & Modern Mex, Spicy Margaritas & Dangerously Good Times for all occasions all year around.
Came here after reading some online reviews and we loved Mexican food. Had the queso fundido for an app and then we split two street tacos and a side of Brussel sprouts. The queso was very good, tricky to eat for sure but it was excellent. We ate the tortillas that it came with but we also dipped the tortilla chips that they bring to the table and that was also tasty. The side of shaved brussel sprouts has Parmesan, candied jalapeÃ±os, and something else. They werenât very were very good. For tacos we had one carne asada and one Korean BBQ carne asada. The meat was so good and both tacos were great. Our server was a cool guy and we were in and out in 45-min. I would definitely come to try something else out on the menu.
4 based on 81 reviews
Emily server was super friendly and efficient. Ate lunch last day in Aspen before flight home on recommendation of our resort driver. Location downstairs off the beaten path. Sandwiches good decent variety, pricey but typical for aspen. Less expensive than some. Bathroom clean and well maintained. Likely will visit next trip
4 based on 74 reviews
This is by far the best venue for live music in Aspen. The shows are typically better than average and the bar is large and easy to get drinks.
4 based on 294 reviews
Hops Culture is an exciting new craft-beer focused restaurant-bar on Aspen's historic Hyman Mall. We feature over 200 domestic and imported craft beers (30 on tap!), 15 World-class wines by the glass, and an upscale American comfort food menu focused on g
We were able to snag a table outside with only a short wait which was appreciated since we had a dog. Service was good as were the different beers our group of five tried. We enjoyed the hamburger, cobb salad and cubana.
4 based on 577 reviews
Say "apres ski" and most people picture something strikingly similar to Ajax Tavern - glamorous yet easy. Its sun-drenched, mountainside patio can be seen from halfway up the mountain - a simple target for lunch or cocktails. Arrive, and let the people-wa
Winter or summer, Ajax is the most lively location for aprÃ¨s! Live music and libations abound. The truffle fries are not to be missed! An Aspen essential.Dear coloradokristine,We couldn't agree more! Apres-bike, apres-hike - no matter the activity, Ajax is a great place to unwind after spending the day enjoying the outdoors. I'm so glad you loved the live music and our famous truffle fries. I hope to welcome you back for your next visit to Aspen.Best Regards,Jacquie DibelloRestaurant Manager
4 based on 548 reviews
Original building and bar from 1892 in the heart of Aspen on the mall.
The Red Onion is actually an historic institution, going way back to the mining days. It has had numerous owners and incarnations. We stopped by to grab a long-overdue mid-afternoon meal, having missed lunch due to travel. We were pleasantly surprised by the down-to-earth but high-quality meals. Incidentally, we shared dishes because the portions were so big. I'd recommend it if you don't want an ultra-chic Aspen dig.
4 based on 585 reviews
Since 1997, Jimmy's has been Aspen's neighborhood restaurant and bar, the kind of comfortable restaurant where you can dine again and again. Ask any local, and you will hear that Jimmy's is an "Aspen Institution." The menu has something for everyone, from
Service fell short forgetting peppercorn sauce and served a well done filet, when asked for medium Rare. Jimmy walked over to check on our table and took care of the meal that was incomplete. Nice move. However, the server was too busy for us which felt very off putting,Hello, I'm sorry you didn't enjoy your experience with us. We strive every day for the best hospitality and quality food so we are also disappointed that we did not live up to your expectations. At times, things beyond our control affect our ability to have a fully staffed restaurant although we do our best to manage it. I hope you will consider visiting us again to see that your service was not typical of how we do business. Thanks, Jessica Lischka General Manager
4 based on 658 reviews
Aspen's iconic J-Bar (short for "Jerome Bar") remains the town's social hot spot, with its lively yet casual dining atmosphere. Ski bums, socialites, cowboys and luminaries - from members of the Tenth Mountain Division to the late Hunter S.Thompson gather
Service with a smile from friendly Ted! Had a lovely dinner all tasted yummy. Everyone enjoyed their meals.
4 based on 446 reviews
Aspen Restaurant and Farm Shop featuring world farm house cuisine, craft beers, eclectic wine list, local spirits, fresh juices, coffee, meats, cheeses, cured meats, artisan bread, unique pantry staples and precious housewares. Dine with us or purchase th
A very popular restaurant - each time we walked passed this last week it was always busy. We walked in for Sunday brunch and managed to get a table straight away. Known for their meat and cheese and charcuterie platters but offering other menu options. We started off with the Kale Citrus Lifter âgreen juiceâ and the Aspen Mountain Red juice, followed by the delicious home made soups - the Thai Coconut Chicken soup (full of flavour) and the special Chicken with Black Rice - thankfully we opted for the cups vs bowls - the cups were huge! Delicious healthy salads and the special tacos were also a hearty portion. They have a retail section with delicious goodies. We shall visit again on our return in November.
4 based on 1476 reviews
During our first trip to Aspen, and our first stop in town we learned very quickly that October is "shoulder season" and many establishments are closed until the winter season starts up. However The White House Tavern was open and doing a booming business. We were lucky to get seats at the bar. The service was excellent and the meals at the bar were very tasty and came quickly. The $150 lunch bill for 4 of us was a bit of a shocker, but was correct upon several viewings. We come to find that this was not unusual in Aspen in October. I would recommend this restaurant as it has a great decor, excellent service and very tasty food.
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