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We have partnered with a number of great restaurants during the week. Please visit them when making your lunch and dinner plans. Each of these establishments support Aspen Gay Ski Week and our non-profit programs & mission, let them know you are an attendee.


We set a special table for you, a table arranged with the most wonderful foods made from the most unique ingredients and prepared with the utmost care. We bring you a love for great dining and a tradition of food and wine born of many years in the kitchen and a lifetime at the table.

Italians are accustomed to great food in the home and mine was no exception. At the age of thirteen, I took my love for great food and turned it into my profession. Through many years, I have cultivated my love for food and my respect for the best ingredients.

Prospect Hotel Jerome

The Hotel Jerome is the setting for Prospect, one of the newest high end restaurants in Aspen.

A modern American bistro that honors the town’s rich mining history with hearty and diverse American dishes that are meant to be shared. Executive Chef Rob Zack reintroduces classic favorites with a flare. Contemporary techniques are complemented by culinary traditions that reflect a sense of place. Closed for dinner on Sundays and Mondays. Sunday brunch served from 11am to 2pm. Prospect Hotel Jerome

Element 47, The Little Nell

Element 47 at The Little Nell, Aspen’s only Five-Star restaurant, is best known for its seasonally-inspired New American cuisine and award-winning wine program. The name element 47 pays tribute to silver, the precious metal that first put Aspen on the map, and to the finest silver service cuisine. Whether you ski-in for lunch, drop-in at the bar for a more casual rendezvous, or join us for the most special of occasions, you’ll be greeted with warmth, not formality. There is no dress code: “Aspen casual” is ideal attire.  Element 47


Mi Chola

Spiced up Mexican fare in a hip and trendy, yet approachable and fun environment. Serving authentic and traditional classics along with progressive, chef inspired dishes from all across Latin America and beyond. Extensive selection of tequilas and mezcals and an extremely delicious, fresh squeezed margarita menu. Locally owned & operated and passionate about great food, great service & good times! Mi Chola

Kenichi Aspen

Kenichi Aspen, a local favorite, serves contemporary Asian cuisine and world-class sushi in a vibrant and energetic atmosphere.

Master sushi chef Kiyomi Sano, and executive chef Kenichi Kanada have combined all the necessary ingredients to make Kenichi one of Aspen’s finest and hippest dining establishments.

Enjoy our Private “Rock Star” booths and Aspens only Private Tatami room for larger parties. Treat your pallet to our extensive wine list and allow our staff to pair our exquisite cuisine with one of the largest sake lists in the country.


Located in the heart of downtown Aspen Colorado, Aspen’s hottest dining spot fills with glasses clinking in anticipation of a fantastic meal. This is Ellina. Named for the region of Valtellina in northern Italy, Ellina has quickly become the “talk of the town” in Aspen.

Our wine cellar is filled with one of the best selections for variety and value in Aspen. Wine Spectator magazine has agreed, awarding the restaurant the Award of Excellence in 2010 and 2011, the Best of Award of Excellence in 2012, and the Best of Award of Excellence in 2013 .

Gwyn’s High Alpine Snowmass

Premier on-mountain Dining
“Gwyn’s High Alpine is a 35 year old fine dining sanctuary with a welcoming atmosphere and amazing cuisine.” ~ Ski Magazine, Oct 2015 “Top 50 Resorts”

Take a well-earned break from your day and come in to Gwyn’s for the best on-mountain dining Snowmass has to offer. From our Seared Tuna Salad to Wild Lingonberry Elk Medallions, there is something for every palate. LOCATION: At the top of the Alpine Springs Lift on Snowmass. OPEN DAILY DURING SKI SEASON  970-923-5188