A decade ago, Aspen was a small ski town, and its restaurants had names to match: Guido's Swiss Inn, Hickory House, Jolly Jester and Paddy Bugatti's. But recently, this home to 6,000 year-round residents high in the Colorado Rockies has attracted globe-trotting tourists who expect Aspen to provide the elevated level of food and wine they'd find in, say, St.
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