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Dining, Bars and Nightclubs
Experience Aspen's Culinary Scene
Updated for Summer 2020 with COVID-19 Information
Aspen is open this summer, and restaurants offer dine-in and takeout service. Outdoor seating has been expanded into public spaces, allowing for more space between tables to comply with social distancing guidelines.
While Aspen restaurants are still serving the culinary delights they're world-famous for, some parts of the dining experience have changed.
CHANGES TO ASPEN RESTAURANTS' DINE-IN EXPERIENCE
- Restaurants are open to 50% capacity.
- Masks are mandatory for all staff.
- Masks are mandatory for restaurant patrons when entering, exiting, and moving about the restaurant. Masks may be removed when seated at your table.
- Tables are placed six feet apart both indoors and outdoors.
- Group size is limited to eight guests or fewer.
Aspen Dining Guides
BREAKFAST & LUNCH
Fuel up for your Aspen adventures with our Daytime Dining Guide. Whether you're seeking a perfect cup of coffee, a hearty breakfast, or a delicious lunch, our local experts have compiled this guide to help you enjoy Aspen's myriad dining options on your next visit.
With nearly too many options to choose from, this guide to dinner in Aspen offers an overview of our top recommendations. The information doesn't stop with the guide! We would love to provide additional insight, from the best takeout presentation to the ideal patio for an evening cocktail.
Allow Us to Make Your Reservations
With restrictions on occupancy, it's very important to book your preferred table and restaurant in advance. Our Concierge Team can secure dinner reservations at the best restaurants with advanced notice. Please request restaurant reservations by contacting email@example.com or (970) 429-2449 as early as possible.