When the sun goes down, Aspen comes alive with the glitter of nightlife.  Whether you’re looking for Dining, Disco, Jazz or Coffee Houses, you’ll fnd a wide variety of choices in Aspen. The following is a partial list of some establishments to consider...

The Red Onion - Aspen's oldest and most famous bar since 1892 - homemade American and Mexican food - 420 E. Cooper (on the mall) 970-925-9043

39 Degrees at Sky Hotel - appetizers, drink specials, big-screen TV with major sports events - 709 E. Durant 970-925-6760

Club Chelsea - Aspen's sophisticated choice in nightlife - 415 E. Hyman (on the mall) 920-0066.

Eric's Bar - a very busy non-smoking bar with 14 beers on tap and over 50 single malt Scotches - 315 E. Hyman 970-920-6707

The J-Bar - a popular gathering place since 1889 - serving food until midnight. -at the Hotel Jerome - 330 E. Main 970-920-1000

Jimmy's American Restaurant & Bar - with 54 top-shelf tequilas - 970-925-6020

Little Annie's - 970-925-1098

The Greenhouse Bar at The Little Nell - great après ski and fresh seafood bar - 675 E. Durant 970-920-4600

Su Casa - 970-920-1488
Syzygy - live jazz nightly at 10:00 p.m. - 970-925-3700

Café Ink! - International coffees, teas, espresso, sandwiches and pastries - 520 E. Durant 970-544-0588

Explore Booksellers and Bistro - old world bistro in a bookstore - vegetarian cuisine, desserts, espresso, cappuccino, wine and beer - 221 E. Main, 970-925-5338

New York Pizza - pizza, subs, salads- open late night until 2:30 a.m. - 409 E. Hyman (on the mall) 970-920-3088

Paradise Bakery - fresh-baked cookies and muffins, and homemade Italian-style ice cream and frozen yogurt, plus Espresso and cappuccino - corner of Galena and Cooper 970-925-7585

Zele Caffe - hot cider, cappuccino, juice bar, bagels, hot gourmet soups - 121 S. Galena 970-925-5745


Update for the
2008-2009 SEASON

Coming off of a record-breaking snowfall year, Aspen/Snowmass will once again enhance guest experience with over 30 events during the 2008-2009 season. The Meeting, a cornerstone event for the ski and snowboard industry, will kick-off the event schedule, October 2-5, 2008, and the second annual CoverGirl Snow Angels Invitational, featuring Aspen/Snowmass Team Athlete Gretchen Bleiler, will wrap-up the schedule on April 3-5, 2009. Additional events not to miss are the Aspen Winternational FIS Alpine World Cup, ESPN Winter X Games 13 and the ninth-annual Bud Light Spring Jam with two-weekends of events across the resort.


Event Schedule

Opening Day Snowmass & Aspen Mountain Nov. 27
Aspen Winternational Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Aspen Mountain Nov. 29-30
Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series Aspen Mountain Nov. 29

Summit for Life Uphill Race Aspen Mountain Dec. 6
Opening Day Aspen Highlands & Buttermilk Dec. 13

Wintersköl™*** Aspen/Snowmass Jan. 8-11
Featuring Men’s Health Village in Gondola Plaza
ESPN Winter X Games 13 Buttermilk Jan. 22-25
Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series Aspen Mountain Jan. 23

Aspen/Snowmass Ski & Snowboard Open Buttermilk Feb. 5-8
Presented by Audi
Bud Light Big Air Fridays Snowmass Feb. 13, 20, & 27
Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series Snowmass Feb. 15
Mardi Gras Celebration** Snowmass Mall Feb. 24
Colorado Freeride Championships Snowmass Feb. 27-March 1

Bud Light Big Air Fridays Snowmass March 6, 13, 20, 27
St. Patty’s Day Celebration** Snowmass Mall March 17
Bud Light Spring Jam Aspen & Snowmass March 20-22, 27-29
Core Party Downtown Aspen March 20
10th Annual KickAspen Big Air Aspen Mountain March 21
Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series Snowmass March 22
Boot Camp Snowmass March 21 & 22
Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series Aspen Mountain March 27
Schnee Tag Snowmass March 28
Helly Hansen Battle of the Bowls Aspen Highlands March 29
Boot Camp Snowmass March 28 & 29

Bud Light Big Air Fridays Snowmass April 3
CoverGirl Snow Angels Invitational Snowmass April 3-5
Closing Day Aspen Highlands/Buttermilk April 5
Final Closing Day Snowmass/Aspen Mountain April 13

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