What’s new in Aspen, Colorado for the 2021/2022 winter season
You may not need us to share the news that FÃ©lix RÃ´tissage Co. âThe lively cafe designed by Ken Fulk â opened at the Jerome Hotel this fall, as you’ve probably seen on Instagram. Interiors are done in Fulk’s signature maximalist style: think peacock velvet banquettes, pink fringed slipper chairs, and Murano glass chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. The menu matches the playful extravagance of the decor, featuring drinks like a hickory-smoked s’mores latte, a lavender Honeycomb latte, as well as bagels with blueberry and sage cream cheese, and strawberries. fresh, blackberries, cinnamon and mint.
Miron crosbyâThe world’s fanciest cowboy boot brand â will open a 2,000 square foot store in the town of Aspen on December 1. Their ârunway ranch styles,â which include shoes crafted in metallic styles, leathers and other bold accents, are loved by everyone from Gigi Hadid to Gwyneth Paltrow and, soon, the people of Aspen.
Most people go to Aspen for skiing and the scene. December 8, Catch Steak– known for its lively club-like outposts in New York and Los Angeles, will officially join the latter. Their Colorado outpost is a short walk from the Aspen Gondola and will have a year-round heated rooftop terrace with Ajax views in addition to their main dining room and bar. As the name suggests, they’ll serve an abundance of top-quality steaks (although their very popular chili tuna tartare is also on the menu).
Aspenx Mountain Club
The former Aspen Mountain Club will reopen atop Ajax with the new name “Aspenx” and a whole new look for (ski) boots: A complete overhaul of the 4,400 square foot space was led by the artist Paula Crown and executed by famous Spanish sculptor and designer Luis Bustamante from Luis Bustamante Interior Design. Meanwhile, a new retail outpost will open on Gondola Plaza.
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