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Aspen Kitchen Supports Our Rivers!

Roaring Fork Conservancy to be the recipient of Sweet Support Program for the month of August

What is the Sweet Support Program?
Aspen Kitchen donates a portion of their dessert sales to nonprofit community organizations. This month's dessert to benefit our rivers is the Sheep's Milk Cheesecake Parfait!

Additionally, Labor Day Brunch and Cycle event to benefit RFC!

Spin & Brunch to Benefit our Rivers!
Monday, September 4th, in collaboration with lululemon and CycleBar, Aspen Kitchen will host a cycling class at 9am on their patio overlooking the heart of downtown Aspen. A portion of the proceeds from the event and brunch items will be donated to Roaring Fork Conservancy! 

To REGISTER or for more information - click HERE! Or email Aspen Kitchen or call 970-300-4525.

Thank you, Aspen Kitchen!


More about Aspen Kitchen


515 EAST HOPKINS AVENUE, SUITE 200, ASPEN, CO 81611 | 970.300.4525 | info@kitchenaspen.com

Nestled in the core of downtown Aspen, steps away from the ski-lifts and surrounded by world class boutiques, Aspen Kitchen pays tribute to the heritage and traditions of the West with a warm inviting atmosphere and an adventurous spirit befitting its legendary location.

The restaurant features an elegant, second level dining room surrounded by three walls of windows that allow 180° views of town and the mountains with warm, rustic wooden design elements accented by brightly colored tapestries. Guests are greeted by a glass-enclosed dry aging room before entering the vibrant space anchored by a bustling open “action” kitchen and a luxurious bar that showcases an extensive wall-mounted wine collection.

Executive Chef Matt O’Neill has developed a menu that celebrates contemporary American cuisine using classic technique and premium local ingredients in a variety of exciting dishes ranging from snacks and small plates like deviled duck eggs and elk tartare to hearty entrees including Colorado striped bass, roasted suckling pig, and prime beef from the patented dry-aging program, before concluding with a decadent selection of seasonal desserts.

Guests can also enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail, glass of wine or beer, and a selection of light bites at the bar or relax outside in the restaurant’s outdoor “garden” - an expansive patio perched above town with unbeatable views, a dedicated outdoor bar, and communal fire pits with lounge seating.

Contact Us

Roaring Fork Conservancy
PO Box 3349
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 927-1290
info@roaringfork.org

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
200 Basalt Center Circle, Suite 120, Basalt, CO 81621

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