For filet snobs, this place met the bar. Wife loved the American Kobe (6 oz) and I preferred the prime filet. Worth the price, great meal.
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We were in Aspen for our anniversary and my husband surprised me with a dinner date to Steak House No 316. It was a two block walk from our hotel. As we arrive, we were greeted by the GM (I think) who was British, plus...More
I went with my wife, she had lamb chops and I had a ribeye, we both were very pleased, my wife said she never had such generous portion of lamb chops. The place is expensive and you even pay for sauces but this is Aspen....More
I've been to this restaurant several times and I've never been disappointed. The wine is impeccable, the steak melted in my mouth and the Brussel sprouts are some of the best I've had.
Very enjoyable evening with fine food and wine. Tomahawk steak very impressive. Excellent staff and knowledgeable sommelier. Finished our Aspen holiday in style.
Highly recommend! I showed up for a light dinner toward the end of the night and sat at the bar. Bartender was super friendly and very accommodating as I asked a few questions about the menu since it was my first time here. I ordered...More
The location is right in downtown Aspen, so is within walking range of a number of the vacation rentals. The staff was very pleasant and knowledgeable about the menu, wine, etc.. I suggest reservations or arriving early as the venue is not huge if you...More
This is not a cheap date. But the staff knows exactly what their jobs are, and the chef knows how to cook meat. The lamb chops are a treat.
I loved the ambience of this place! The luxe banquets and antique look set the tone for a lovely evening. The service was wonderful. Everything we had was delicious and we will definitely prioritize coming back next time we're in Aspen.