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“Wild game in a rustic log cabin”
Review of Krabloonik

Krabloonik
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$0 - US$50
Cuisines: American, International
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Good for: Romantic, View
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 30 July 2013

Local greens, unbelievable mushroom soup (a must!) and an assortment of wild game dishes. Ostrich, Bear, Elk, venison, Duck, quail, etc etc. Quite elegant as well for a lantern lit dining room up on a mountain!

1  Thank AspenFoodie
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Reviewed 28 March 2013

If you are interested in trying something new and don’t mind paying for it, this restaurant provides a unique experience. Krabloonik houses many sled dogs and they allow you to visit the dogs. The atmosphere is rustic and the service is excellent. The food is upscale, original and excellent. Our group enjoyed Ostrich, Elk, buffalo, Colorado lamb, lobster and Colorado striped bass.

All of the food was expertly prepared and the wine list was excellent. The owner is a very personable fellow who took a direct interest in our enjoyment of the evening. There are many good things to say about this restaurant, but be aware that it is very expensive.

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3  Thank Shawnola
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Reviewed 26 March 2013

This was my sixth visit to Krabloonik ………. whether I come for the exhilarating dog sled ride or the yummy meal, every time is more pleasurable than the last. I adored our waiter Phil….he made the evening even more spectacular with sensational, yet unobtrusive, service. As a bonus, he is a maven of the area. His suggestions were perfect! I’ll come again and again.

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3  Thank LLBlackhawk
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Reviewed 19 March 2013

I already rated this under "attractions" ... but it's so good that it's worth covering all bases.

Only go if you like dogs and good food!

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Reviewed 8 March 2013

To begin with, we were the only 8 people in the restaurant. Funeral music was playing. Had it just been my husband and me, we would have left without hesitancy but with a big group, we were stuck. The entrees ran from $40 to $87!!! The wines were triple markup. So, you think, OK. The service and food will be remarkable. Not so. Everyone who ordered soup as an appetizer were served first and the rest of the party did not see their dishes until the all soup orderers had finished. The trout was mediocre and the buffalo was admittedly good. (The mushroom soup was good too but not worth what they were charging.) We didn't even bother with dessert. By the time we left, no one else had arrived. Probably a good indication of the local attitude towards this place. So many other good places to eat in Aspen/Snowmass.

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5  Thank karen m
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