Bar Hopping in Aspen in October - Aspen Real Life

Bar Hopping in Aspen in October

Looking to find out where the locals go on any given evening? Well, look no longer for Aspen Real Life's Man About Town is here to share his secrets.

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In a ski town, every hour is perceived as happy hour but the afternoons are where hard working, and playing, folks bring on the happy in our favorite local watering holes.

In hot pursuit of finding out for you the latest and greatest places to be entertained during the week, and to help you find Aspen’s “Wildlife” after four pm, we have reeled in our men and women “about town” and bribed them with all sorts of delectable treats to reveal their favorite spots. For complete disclosure, we promised not to reveal their names, not yet anyway.

This report comes from Man About Town #1. We chose him not just for his charm and grace but also for his hard working ethics and his adventurous spirit…and it helps that he is an adorable chic magnet and a reliable source.

Here is his current Fall off-season schedule (of course all prices and specials are subject to change, as are the bartenders):

Aspen Nightlife:

Monday Night Football:

  • Matsuhisa for $6 Sushi Hand Rolls and Tiradito, $2 Bud/Bud Lights and $3 New Belgium Shifts. Say hello to Leah working the bar.

Takah Tuesday:

  • Live Music and Beer and Saki Specials

Wednesday:

  • If you haven’t tried Beer Pong at the Red Onion yet, this is a must. It begins at 10pm.

Thursdays:

  • DJ Naka at Erics begins at 10pm. Get acquainted with Jordan at the bar while experiencing one of the best Margaritas in town.
  • Karaoke at Red onion 10pm. The bartenders rock!

Fridays Circuit:

  • Mezzaluna happy hour from 3:00 to 6:30 at the bar.
  • Walk over to 39 degrees at Sky Hotel
  • On to Erics at 10pm
  • Escobar or Regal 11:30pm-2am.
  • New York Pizza 2am
  • 2:15 bus ride home.

Saturday:

  • Sit on Ajax Tavern patio, play some Bocce ball, Great people watching spot, millionaires, movie stars, and posers all mountainside.
  • Night- Start at Erics at 10pm
  • Escobar or Regal 11:30pm-2am.
  • New York Pizza 2am
  • 2:15 bus ride home.

Sunday:

  • Start at Over Easy for Breakfast with a couple of Mimosa’s or Greyhound’s accompanied by their delicious Steak and eggs.
  • Poolside in the afternoon at the “public” Sky Pool, where our sexy and handsome “Resource” hangs out with all the beautiful ladies.

Everyday:

  • Annie’s – Pitcher of Bud and five shots for $15 all day everyday. Doug and Ty behind the bar.
  • Mezzaluna – 3:00 to 6:30 everyday, $7 pizza’s, $3 beers, $4 Wine, $5 Margaritas. Amy is a great bartender
  • Asie – 11:30am to 6:00pm $2 Eel, Tuna, Salmon Shashimi sushi, $6 Rolls
    3:00pm-6pm $3 beers, Tzing Tao, Corona, Bud
  • Zanes – 3-6pm Wings and bud pitcher specials

**Please note that Aspen’s Wildlife can be quite elusive and locations are subject to change at any given moment.

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