Good mix of different foods and beers. Nice place to relax out of Aspen rush. Great staff. Pls note cash only...
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With a nice hike down from aspen on a bluebird fall day, good food at the tavern is just a terrific way to end the day. Four of us for late lunch had soft drinks, and some shared entrees: smoked trout, fish tacos, enchiladas....all terrific....More
We were passing through and enjoy a local place but didn't appreciate being robbed. They take cash only so we gathered up the $130 for the mediocre food and drink for four. The waitress came back a few minutes later and said there was only...More
Beautiful fall day lunch while traveling. Seems like lots of bicyclists come through, but there was plenty of room for everyone. We were seated immediately and all enjoyed their meal. The build your own salad was fresh and a good size with homemade dressing. Was...More
Our group of five arrive shortly after the tavern opens for lunch and are greeted by a rude server/hostess who is annoyed when we want to change tables (before we are seated) and continues to give attitude as she takes our order. Luckily a different...More
Love the ambiance, especially in the summer when you can sit outside. The food is good, not great and the service is very good. I have tried just about everything on the menu. I enjoy taking people there for the first time.
Lunch here made for a pretty good mountain experience, something to say, "I did that." On a Monday afternoon the place was packed, with dozens of bicycles outside. We didn't have to wait too long before being seated. The decor is fun. The black bean...More
Have been before but this time not impressed. The Mexican food not as good as before - cold and not spicy. Interesting décor but food not.
Ate here for lunch with business associates during a conference in Snowmass recently based on their recommendations and them being fans of Hunter S. Thompson (Sorry, other than hearing the name before I had no idea who that was. I'm not much of a reader)....More