Mountain Mayhem: Dante, part deux |

Mountain Mayhem: Dante, part deux

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
Walker Moriarty, Christine Benedetti, David Cook and Sari Tuschman.
Lindsay Price and John Henderson at Dante.
The Cramers at Dante at Chef's Club.
Jennifer Oliver, Sari Tuschman, Emily Farrell and Christine Benedetti.
Halley Karn and DJ Dirty Harry at Dante.
Jan Sarpa with a favorite accessory.
Cool dads Brandon Blocker, Damon Oliver and PJ Bory.
John Sarpa with Linden Pride, principal of Dante.

Dante’s storied history dates back to 1915 when the bar opened its doors in Greenwich Village and has since been registered as an New York City landmark.

This past winter, Dante opened its first outpost outside of New York here in Aspen at the Snow Lodge at the Residences at The Little Nell.

This summer, it moved over to The St. Regis for a one-year residency at The Chefs Club, bringing their award-winning cocktails along.

Named the World’s Best Bar in 2019 by World’s 50 Best, Dante pairs perfectly with The Chef’s Club, named one of the 100 Best Restaurants in the country by Time Magazine.

On June 17, on a warm summer evening in Aspen, Dante’s owners Linden Pride and Nathalie Hudson hosted an intimate dinner in tandem with Jayma Cardosa of Snow Lodge and Sari Tuschman to celebrate the second location for Dante in Aspen.

Guests arrived to The Chefs Club courtyard for cocktails from Dona Vega Mezcal, followed by a multi-course dinner inside as a preview to the Italian fare on the menu. During their tenure at Chefs Club, Dante’s menu features fresh, coastal Italian fare. Famous for their cocktails, of course, they’re also branching out to welcome live music and wellness programming, capitalizing on the opportunity to offer multiple ways to connect with the community .

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