We hiked up to this restaurant and enjoyed a delicious lunch on the patio. The weather was perfect and the view was incredible. Our server was pretty good but seemed rush. Won't keep us from going back again.
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In my opinion one of the best tables in the Aspen area. Certainly one of the best views. Been up here many times, by cross-country skis, horse-drawn sleigh, by car, and my favorite by foot along the river from Ashcroft. (three miles each way....)Last weekend...More
Went to lunch here with a friend as we were out enjoying the CO fall colors. Called a day ahead and left a voice mail as a reservation. I requested a call back to confirm. This didn't happen, so I called the morning of and...More
Couldn't get dinner reservations even a week in advance but our group of 12 had a wonderful Saturday lunch for the well known Aspen destination. Responsive staff, light and heavy options, superb. The waiter was very accommodating when we wanted to have several checks since...More
And this year my twin and I spent our 40th b-day here after we biked up. It is always top-notch, food is incredible, service over the top and a location I hope to put on my list year and year again. Thank you for yet...More
We had been told about this place by my brother, he warned us it was a bit out of the way but worth a stop. We arrived too early for dinner, however Geri the bartender was very attentive and let us have a glass of...More
Beuautifully located in valley surrounded by stream and mountains. Rustic interior and gracious service with well prepared game, beef, trout and lamb. Our visit was in summer so out door deck was great for cocktails. High prices help pay for setting and service.
We went to the Ashcroft ghost town and went there for lunch. We had a wonderful lunch with great service. The atmosphere was wonderful and the restaurant is beautiful.
Oh, what a wonderful lunch! They had a salmon special, which we did not want, but it was offered as a substitute on the Ruby Red Trout entrée. Three of us ordered it and it was to die for! Description of our entrée: Medium (or...More