Quality food and service
Now that local-election frenzy has abated, Aspenites should check out a fine new restaurant, the Pitkin County Steakhouse and adjacent Pitkin County Tavern, occupying the space of the former Steak Pit.
If you liked the Steak Pit, you will like the Pitkin County Steakhouse. Owner-manager Rob Seideman, who has been on hand on each of our several visits to either the Steakhouse or the Tavern, has a keen eye for quality, and his welcome is as warm as they come.
Donald Wilson and Nina Ware
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Pitkin County administrators are proposing a more than $142 million budget for 2020, which is about $6 million less than this year because of fewer construction projects and capital improvements.