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What’s your favorite Aspen restaurant?

Whitney Niebauer

San Francisco

The Main Street Cafe. It has a nice atmosphere and the food is great there, and so are the people who work there. It’s nice, when you’re traveling, to go some place that feels like home.

J.D. DeLay


Syzygy, because I work there. When I don’t eat there, I like Cache Cache.

Robin Daniel

Snowmass Village

Elevation, Pinons, Taster’s, Jour De Fete, Matsuhisa … who else? I like to go to the places where I know the owners, and I feel like I am leaving some out. All of these people, by the way, always donate to the charities, too.

Mary Ryerson


The Steak Pit and the Double Dog. I’ve been going there since Peter Guy owned it ” 30 years.

Heidi Horner


Cache Cache. They have the most creative food.

Kate Howlin


Kenichi or D19. Their food is amazing and their service is fabulous.

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