Sushi? Coconut curry? Bison and lobster? Colorado's culinary repertoire is at its broadest in Aspen. With all the Hummers and designer handbags come an equal number of menus with high-end ingredients and showy preparations. Plates can be pricey, particularly in Aspen, but many eateries have at least a few moderately priced entrées (usually pastas) and bar menus as a nod to the budget-conscious. For those who want a break from Aspen, there are excellent dining options down-valley in Basalt and Carbondale as well.
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Main Street Bakery & Café201 E. Main St. 970-925–6446
Main Street Bakery & Café
Perfectly brewed coffee and hot breakfast buns and pastries are served daily at this café, along with a full breakfast menu that includes homemade granola and plenty of egg dishes. Lunch brings soups, salads, sandwiches, and comfort-food favorites like chicken pot pie. On sunny days, sit on the umbrella-covered back patio.
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