New Heights in Aspen

This mountain hideaway is now home to a cosmopolitan culinary scene
Issue: May 15, 2003

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.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 15, 2003.

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