One for the Road: Ski Towns

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Discussion (3)

  • Jimmy Yeager posted 4 years ago

    Thank you Ron. I couldn't agree more ;).
    As we enter our 17th year in business we continue to be very proud of what we do as well as what we represent. We offer a great cocktail culture with a wide array of all spirits, contemporary and classic cocktails, in a high volume, fun and energetic bar scene. I encourage all who visit Aspen to come by and experience what Food & Wine Magazine rated as one of the best 50 Bars in America.
    Thank you.

  • Seth Schreiner posted 4 years ago

    These bars are great, but missing so many of the classic Ski Bars out there. The cocktails may not be world class, but that's not exactly what they are about. Places like The Snorting Elk in Crystal, Wa. where I shoveled snow off a roof for free beers, to the Matterhorn in Stowe. There's also such fine establishments as The Cottonwood in Truckee, CA., the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson and General Stark's Bar at Mad River Glen.

    Skiing and drinking have always been cousins, but at the end of a long day a beer and a whiskey and some good friends are about the only things you need as you turn over the day in your mind

  • Ron Cooper posted 4 years ago

    The mother of all Hi Mountain Watering Holes has to be Jimmy's in Aspen!

    Truly great cocktails and the best hospitality!


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