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Aspen's Nightlife

Aspen nightlifeWhether its blues, country, hip-hop, jazz, or new world music, you can enjoy it in Aspen. Visitors can enjoy the city's vibrant nightlife in its clubs and night spots. Sip a drink, listen to music, dance the night away, play pool or video games. Aspen's downtown entertainment district offer many ways to spend an exciting evening. Try Double Diamond 450 S. Galena Street. Aspen's top live rock music venue, occasionally featuring nationally known acts or J-Bar 330 E Main Street, in the Hotel Jerome. This grand bar is a good place to soak in the hotel's atmosphere and rub elbows with well-heeled hotel guests. Or Red Onion Cooper St Mall. Aspen's oldest bar, serving big portions of Mexican food and good burgers. A popular après-ski spot, especially for its lethal line in jello shots. And, of course there's a Shooters 220 S Galena Street A swinging Country and Western bar that also holds a popular Tuesday night non-Country disco.

The Caribou Club
411 East Hopkins St. - Aspen, Colorado
The New York Post termed the highbrow Caribou Club the best private club in America. Chat with a renowned sommelier and sample wines from a cellar containing more than 5000 selections from around the world, relax with a cigar in an overstuffed chair by the roaring fireplace in the Great Room, and, after dinner, things get moving on the disco dance floor

Ute City Bar & Grill
501 E Hyman Ave. - Aspen, CO
No matter how many times you walk into this Aspen landmark you will always wonder if something is in the air since everyone is always smiling. The dinner menu offers different items such as the mixed grill of red deer, ostrich, and duck, and the Colorado Pheasant. The lunch menu is equally diverse. The Sunday jazz brunch is very popular.

Shooters Saloon
220 S Galena - St Aspen, CO
This saloon features nightly dancing. During the weekdays, a DJ, who accepts requests, spins tunes of twang, and on weekends live bands provide the dance juice. On Thursday nights, free country dance lessons are offered. When not Texas two-stepping, you can try your luck on the three pool tables.

The St. Regis Lobby Lounge
315 E Dean St. - Aspen, CO
If you seek escape from the usual mountain bar scene of lift attendants in backward baseball caps and guitar players singing "Margaritaville" non-stop, then come over to this oasis of decorum. A cozy, quiet atmosphere normally only found in mountain cabins. A granite fireplace surrounded by overstuffed chairs, blazes in the center of the room, and soft, live piano music plays nightly, making this an ideal setting for exchanging romantic glances over wine. It is also a great place for celebrity watching.

Club Chelsea
415 E Hyman Ave. - Aspen, CO
This trendy underground nightspot is like a mini-mall of highbrow tastes and entertainment. It offers a piano bar, dance floor, dining area and a private smoking room. The full bar offers a large selection of single malts, ports, and cognacs, and the martinis are legendary and even feature one that is garnished with a Gummy Bear. The smoking room offers a heady selection of cigars like Havana and A. Fuente. A light gourmet menu features daily pasta specials, Teriyaki Tenderloins, and Green Corn Tamales.


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