LUNCHES FOR LOCALS The Aspen Art Museum (AAM) and museum SO Café culinary partners Allen and Julia Domingos (Epicure Catering) announce the launch of “Lunches
Restaurants & Bars
When you visit a new town, where do you get your information on where to go? It’s one thing to read the local papers and scan the ads, it’s another to find the local blogger who shares the ins and outs as to what restaurants and bars to visit depending on the mood. And yes, our opinions on where to dine and drink in Aspen are most definitely biased, based on our own experiences with service, quality and atmosphere, but we also are constantly asking locals and guests about their experiences, allowing us to give our readers a more curated guide. Nobody knows better than us that our moods and desires can tend to change as quickly (or related to) our mountain weather, and thus we want to make sure that you get the feel for the place well before entering.
Scout and Cellar, Clean-Crafted wine from all over the world, is all about leaving the smallest footprint as possible on the planet, using 100% recyclable products, thinner glass on the bottles, and no foil wrapped corks. Scout & Cellar also gives back to bee conservation.
Three years ago I joined a groundbreaking company and became an independent wine consultant for Scout & Cellar. Scout & Cellar is a company that sources Clean-Crafted™ wine from all over the world. In my first 2 ½ years with the company I became one of the Top 10 sellers, selling over $100,000 worth of wine.
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