BYO ASPEN?

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BYO ASPEN?

Post #1  Postby awilliamson4 » August 2nd 2011, 12:31pm

Anybody know anything about this. I am going for Labor Day.
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Re: BYO ASPEN?

Post #2  Postby JKim » August 2nd 2011, 9:53pm

No idea. But Cache Cache was amazing. Good wine list, but pricey. Actually, everything in Aspen is pricey. Matsuhisa was overrated, but did get to meet Nobu there. Great burgers at Ajax Tavern at the Little Nell. There was a really good wine shop in town. Had top notch stuff with prices to match. Sorry couldn't be more help. Have fun.
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Re: BYO ASPEN?

Post #3  Postby Joe Dulworth » August 3rd 2011, 6:18am

If you're asking if you can BYO in Aspen then I believe the answer is no. My understanding is that BYO is not allowed under Colorado law.
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Re: BYO ASPEN?

Post #4  Postby John S » August 3rd 2011, 6:33am

Correct on CO law. Not allowed.
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