About Justice Snow's
Justice Snow’s is the perfect combination of a hip downtown Aspen restaurant in an historic space with a landmark location in the Wheeler Opera House building, originally constructed in 1889. We serve fresh, creative food, handcrafted cocktails, and incredible, affordable wines in an imitable atmosphere.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner menus at Justice Snow’s are developed seasonally. The menus feature inventive dishes that focus on locally sourced ingredients. Weekend brunch offers sweet and savory dishes with unexpected twists.
The bar at Justice Snow’s serves up hand-crafted cocktails made with rare spirits, fresh components, and limitless creativity. While we have the most extensive cocktail program west of the Mississippi, our incredible bar staff welcomes the opportunity to custom-craft drinks to suit our guests’ personal tastes.
Aspen, CO 81611
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner: Weekdays: 9:00am - 2:00am
Brunch, Lunch and Dinner: Weekends: 9:00am - 2:00am
Seasonal Closure October 14 - November 3
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Wednesday and Sunday nights often feature live music by a diverse array of local and national performers. Guests can also hear live music at noon during Sunday brunch on select dates.
The Parlor is a community gathering place for literary and artisan activities including singer/songwriter performances, salons, poetry and storytelling.
Private parties in the Parlor.
Roaring Fork Transportation Authority provides public bus transportation throughout the Roaring Fork Valley to and from Aspen.
Chef Owner Jonathan Liechliter
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Justice Snow's Ratings and Reviews
New years eve lunch. New to Ooen Table app.
Husband and I are locals sincd 1976 and 1991. Came here when it Used to be Bentleys. My Mom in town made res on Open table day before, booked 3 for 1pm. We added a person and went to modify res just before arriving. (Mistake) Open table showed easliest 4 table wasnt till 1:45. I accidentally touched it but didn’t think that would change res unless it asked me to confirm. We arrived before 1 and it was crowded, turning away those with no res. I gave our name for 1 but was told nope, your res isn’t til 1:45! Ug, it was my fault and our table was gone!
No big deal except my 83 year old Mom was very upset (with me and the seater) But seater did best she could, after a wait, 4 of us got seated at great table.
3 ordered fish n chips , enjoyed. Im vegan waitress recommended acorn squash, loved it! Delicious & tasty with spice!
Waitress was informed and was very nice and friendly also.
Started bad but went great!
We were a group of 10 - 2 families getting together in Aspen. Online we could only book a table of 6 & 4. When we arrived they could not be more helpful in putting us together on one big table. The service was wonderfully friendly but not overbearing. The food was great, innovative plus traditional favourites and very reasonable price wise. Would go back there again.
Walked right in and got to sit without a wait. The main floor was packed and we got to sit in a quieter, prettier dining room. Food came out piping hot and delicious! I have Celiac's Disease and they were accommodating with gluten-free options. The woman who I think was the manager (blonde dreadlocks) was super sweet and so nice to us. We will be back the next time we are in Aspen!
A good restaurant in Aspen in the center of town. We had Devils on Horseback and the Brushetta to start. Both were excellent. We split the halibut entree. There is a $5 charge to split entrees but that is fine since we both were given two individual plated dishes. Sometimes a restaurant doesn't charge a plating fee and bring you an empty plate. In this case each dish was the same with half the halibut and the vegetables on each plate. Service was good. We sat outside on a delightful evening.
We like J Snow's mostly for the delicious cocktails it ate here for the first time and were pleased enough with the food. It is well priced for too expensive Aspen and the ingredients were fresh and healthy. It would nice to see a happy hour menu--if they have one, it was not offered.
Everything was delicious..roasted cauliflour salad & fish ceviche app w tortilla chips both amazing; lamb chop special for dinner was excellent too. Old historic bar w copper tables ..great service..wasn't very crowded on the Sat night we dined there..I'd go again for sure!
Incredibly creative staff who were totally on the ball. Cocktails before dinner were chosen from an extensive list and, even though we were unfamiliar with them they were both very enjoyable. For dinner, we chose to mix the small plates rather than have a single big plate each (you get to try more flavours that way!) and they were all good. All that, and we missed the rainstorm!
I'd been recommended by a friend to come here. Decor and ambiance spot on. Great drink menu. Good wine. The artichoke and devils on horse back were good. The server suggested the lamb special so I had to try it. She guaranteed it was gluten free. I didn't realize it was a shoulder cut( maybe I didn't listen well?), and I had been asked what temp I'd like it. It was so tough, I couldn't get my knife onto it and it almost went flying! I finally got a bite, and the flavor was great but it was seriously inedible. I'm actually grateful, because that one bite told me for the next 24 hours it was not gluten free. I ordered the flatiron after and it was great. Unfortunate the cut was terrible.
I can't speak to what it's like in-season, but Justice Snow's was great fun for our group of six during a girls' getaway weekend in late April! Service is super-chill, friendly, attentive and knowledgeable - great recommendations were made. Fun cocktail menu and the Bloody Mary Bar was terrific. This is a great place to go whether you're famished after a day on the slopes or just want a light bite after work.
The location is great and the decor is super fun. The bartenders are great and the cocktails are creative. We loved the old bar and the vintage feel of the place in an old hotel. As for the food...Mac and cheese was a stand out. Definitely a must get. We had the burger and the lamb. The burger and fries were good and but I didn't love the lamb. Service can be spotty at times with a small restaurant that gets super busy.
This was a fun night out with the hubby. WE loved the drink menu and the food was great. Great location with lots of history in the restaurant. There are two areas: The bar and the dining area. We sat at the bar area and it was busy and loud, but fun. The dining area is much more quiet. I saw that when I went to the bathroom, which was my only disappointment. I had to wait for the single bathroom and it was pretty dirty.
Arrived early for our reservation. Seated right away with a table by a large window so had great views of downtown. We ordered the calamari, brussel sprouts and cheese plate to start. Delicious starters. I had flank steak and truffle fries, my husband ordered salmon on top of forbidden rice and our daughter had the rib eye. Everything was cooked to perfection and flavorful.
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