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Summer in Snowmass
Barbara Platts | July 17, 2014

1. Aspen Stargazers at The Edge Restaurant and Bar
Spend a late evening dining, imbibing and stargazing. Start with a Mediterranean-influenced, farm-to-table, three-course meal by award-winning chef James Mazzio. After dinner, grab a...

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Sangria Season
Barbara Platts | July 14, 2014

1. Limelight Hotel's House Made Sangria
This is sangria done right. It’s a somewhat spontaneous amalgamation of green apples and everything citrus soaked in red wine, brandy, vodka, rum and lime juice for three days. Take the fruit...

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Pile It On!
Misty Milioto | July 7, 2014

1. J-Bar
Iconic Aspen hot spot the J-Bar, located inside the Hotel Jerome, is known for its “locally world famous” J-Bar Burger. Choose from toppings such as cheddar,...

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Farm Fresh
Misty Milioto | June 25, 2014

1. Aspen Saturday Market
The Aspen Saturday Market, which allows only Colorado-made, -grown and -produced items, is now in its 16th year. Taking place in downtown Aspen on Hunter, Hopkins...

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You Cycle, WE-cycle
Misty Milioto | June 17, 2014

Summer is the perfect time to get out and play. And WE-cycle, Aspen’s bike-share system, is just the ticket for a leisurely bike ride. Plus, you’ll avoid the traffic and...

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Take It Outside
Amiee White Beazley | June 11, 2014

1. Best Bird’s-Eye View: bb’s
This summer bb’s brings back lunch service and welcomes a new chef: Matt Zubrod, who previously headed up the kitchen at Willow...

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Summer Soirees
Misty Milioto | June 11, 2014

1. FOOD & WINE/JAS Combo Night, June 20
Experience the best of music and food with this all-inclusive package. Begin your evening with a Reserve B ticket to the Diana...

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The Insider's Guide to the Food & Wine Classic
Linda Hayes | May 30, 2014

Every year, the nation’s most celebrated chefs, renowned winemakers and top food and wine pros stuff their suitcases with a larder of ingredients (everything from chef’s whites to...

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The Wine Guru by Lift 1A
Kelly J. Hayes | May 30, 2014

Imagine the following turn of events: On a snowy January morning, a young sommelier, impeccably dressed in suit and tie, knocks nervously at the door of a small home tucked in a compact neighborhood below the slopes of Aspen Mountain, near Lift...

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Blithe Spirit
Allyn Harvey | May 30, 2014

To some, the late Nancy Pfister was the soul of Aspen. Or at least a very large part of it.

She personified the fun-loving, open-armed, come-one-come-all spirit of a place—Aspen, say, circa 1980—that many here today yearn for. With her recent...

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Pepper Purveyor
Todd Hartley | Photography by Rebecca Stumpf | May 30, 2014

Oaxacan cuisine is traditionally known for its seven types of mole: negro (black), colorado (red), coloradito (reddish-orange), amarillo (yellow), verde (green), chichilo (rich and dark) and manchamantel (“tablecloth...

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My Aspen: John Oates
Cindy Hirschfeld | May 30, 2014

You’re as apt to find Woody Creek resident John Oates—one half of music duo Hall & Oates—on one of the local trails as you are onstage. Living here full time since 1988, Oates is an avid outdoors person, though these days he...

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