About Chefs Club Aspen - St. Regis Aspen
The St. Regis Aspen Resort has partnered with FOOD & WINE Magazine to debut Chefs Club, an innovative new restaurant concept that will bring the FOOD & WINE pages to life through their signature Best New Chefs Awards, which honors the country’s most promising up-and-coming chefs. Chefs Club will select a group of FOOD & WINE's Best New Chefs to curate a unique menu of seasonally-inspired, American Regional cuisine for The St. Regis Aspen Resort. George Mendes (2011) of Aldea, New York, NY, James Lewis (2011) of Bettola, Birmingham, Alabama, Alex Seidel (2010) of Fruition, Denver, Colorado and Sue Zemanick (2008) of Gautreau's, New Orleans, Louisiana, were chosen to inaugurate the menu for the summer of 2012. Our current lineup consists of Bryant Ng from the Spice Table in Los Angeles, Viet Pham from Forage in Salt Lake City, Missy Robbins from New York City, and Jason Franey from Canlis in Seattle.
Aspen, CO 81611
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday through Thursday: 5:30pm- 10:00pm
Friday and Saturday: 5:30- 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Chefs Club Aspen - St. Regis Aspen Ratings and Reviews
We started our evening with The Aspen Old Fashion at the bar and would highly recommend it the maple syrup adds a nice flavor without making this too sweet. Also the bar tender was fun and interactive. For our 1st course we had the Sweet Potatoes they were probably the best sweet potatoes I have ever had and closely resembled a meat dish with their full deep flavors. We shared the Chefs Club Salad that they split in back for us, always a nice touch. It was a nice salad, but not the headliner nor should it have been. For my main course I had the Maple Brined Heritage Pork Chop prepared medium per our waiters suggestion -I was a little nervous it wouldn’t be done enough for me, however it was cooked perfectly! The Seared Foie on top of it took it to a 10 out of 10 but even without it it as still a 9 out of 10. My husband had the Ras El Hanout Crusted Rack of Lamb it was incredibly lean also cooked to perfection and filled with flavors. For sides we just had the Charred Broccolini- simple but good. Finally for desert we had the Ox HAzelnut Brown butter Torte. It is flowerless and the house made honeycomb that comes along with it is very good. In all we left with nothing to complain about our service was great and our food was even better. The place is pretty expensive, but well worth it.
Amazing service and great scene. Loved the char and mushroom side. Mushroom soup and fried chicken were solidly good. Pork was tough and my dessert was subpar. For a supposedly top notch restaurant, I definitely expected more and spent enough to get more. Humph. Still had a great time and you can certainly be impressed on selective dishes. Definitely select.
Beautiful dining room - great service - food was below average at best. With all the choices in Aspen you can do better. Typical hotel restaurant experience. Over priced - nice presentation but the fried chicken was dark meat only and the gnocchi was glorified mac n cheese.
My boyfriend and I can't say enough about this experience! It was absolutely fantastic!!! The food was A-MAZING; try the Singapore King crab, just delicious!! The wine was utterly superb; and the Master Sommeiler, Jonathan, went above and beyond to make our evening perfection. We had a blast and definitely cannot wait to come back!! Thank you so much!!
I wanted to like this place. Honestly, i have had much better at much more reasonable prices. The apps and entrees were COLD. Flavorful, but cold. Service was exceptional, but I don't think this place will make it if they don't step it up and I mean by leaps and bounds. I have eaten at high-end restaurants and this one just falls short on the food quality measure. Sorry, but I was not impressed for the price paid. Would not and could not recommend to anyone.
Took my parents as a treat during their visit from out east. Best meal we've had in years. Chef Slossberg is a genius, and kept us in awe of his creations. The halibut! Wow! My mom was overwhelmed by the quality of the whole experience, and even my dad was thoroughly impressed with the food. That never happens! It was a very special experience that we won't soon forget.
Two had fish which was good.....other party member had Sirloin Steak which was so very chewy, it was borderline not edible and not worth the $70 price......you do not expect "chewy" and not digestible at that price as he kept having to remove from mouth and set aside.
Despite the fact that the St. Regis had booked the dining room for a private party for part of the night, the staff found a way to accommodate us at a slightly later time, the food arrived quickly and the dinner was superb. I highly recommend it.
We made our Theater destination on time afterwards.
My wife and I are definite foodies and we enjoy dining out often. We are most often very pleased with our restaurant selection, but Chef's Club Aspen is definitely more than a cut above; it is an outstanding dining experience in every way, and I didn't particularly like the fried chicken (a specialty, but something that I rarely order because I prefer greasy KFC - sorry🙄). We also sat at the bar counter facing the kitchen and had running conversations with the sous chef and other kitchen employees, which was great fun! And, oh yes . . . The food was outstanding! Highly recommended!!!
the portugese tasting menu was underwhelming, in consideration of the 2 featured chefs - dishes were not explained, casing on two of my rabbit sausage was nor removed, and flavors were missing; though the chef counter service was very pleasant, and the atmosphere was comfortably casual. the new york restaurant is far better - never misses a beat.
Requested a vegetarian meal for our party of 3 ahead of time when I made my reservations. There were a some vegetarian appetizers but no effort was made on their part to make any new vegetarian entrees but they call themselves Chefs Club!! I don't think I would go again. I visited some other great restaurants in Aspen for vegetarian meals where they did take time and made special effort to cook us a great meal at places like Bosq and Elements 47.
Fantastic as usual, this is our favorite restaurant in Aspen. Great bartenders making craft cocktails to start. Then into a elegant but comfortable dining room, the wine sommelier's are great and always suggest perfect wines. Wait staff attentive and nice, the food is outstanding and very creative. I think the experience is the best in Aspen! We will be back!
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