Garnish Caf wins another Soupskl title |

Garnish Caf wins another Soupskl title

Aspen Times staff reportAspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – For the fourth straight year, Garnish Caf & Catering took top honors in Soupskl, the annual soup-cooking contest that’s become a highlight of the Aspen Chamber Resort Association’s Winterskl celebration.In all, more than 24 local businesses competed in the seventh annual Soupskl competition. The winners are determined by a combined vote from the public and a panel of judges. This year’s decision went down to the wire, with Garnish receiving 386 votes, Noodles by Kenichi closely behind with 366 votes and Merry Go Round placing third with 350 votes.But with those 386 votes, chef Clark Church and his team at Garnish Caf, located in the Aspen Club & Spa, took the prize. The more than 3,000 locals and tourists who attended the event also enjoyed free soup samples from: 39 Degrees at the Sky Hotel; Bad Billy’s; Blue Sky Caf; Brunelleschi’s; Clark’s Market; Conundrum Catering; Flame Catering & Aspen Brewing Co.; Highlands Pizza Co.; Inn at Aspen; Johnny McGuire’s; Kenichi; La Cantina; Pacifica Seafood and Raw Bar; Sam’s Smokehouse; Snowmass Club; The Restaurant at the St. Regis; The Gant; Victoria’s Espresso & Wine Bar; and Willow Creek Bistro at the Ritz-Carlton Club.

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