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Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley Restaurants

Cache Cache

Updated 10/01/2013

Fodor's Review

Trained in classic French fundamentals, chef Chris Lanter brings a Continental influence to sophisticated, yet filling entrées, such as veal osso buco and calf's liver with cherry-wood smoked bacon. With a focus on locally raised meats, the chic bistro's Colorado rack of lamb and 7X Ranch Colorado NY strip are perennial favorites. In the warm-weather months, vegetable accompaniments reflect whatever is freshest from area farms. Pastas and rotisserie items are sensational,

and desserts are worth leaving room for. For those on a budget, belly up to the raucous bar for $20 entrees.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

205 S. Mill St., Aspen, Colorado, 81611, United States

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Phone:

970-925–3835

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • No lunch

Updated 10/01/2013

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By janied

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Jan 24, 2007

Rudeness abounds

I've eaten here several times, but have decided never to go back due to the incredible rudeness of the staff and the manager. Even making a reservation is a lesson in frustration. The attitude from the woman who doles out tables is so abominable, I have no idea why people eat here. Dining should be enjoyable, and if you don't want to be treated like a second class citizen by an insecure person who wants to belittle you to make herself feel important,

go elsewhere.

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By Jeff

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Jul 29, 2006

What's with the attitude at Cache Cache?

It takes more than decent food and décor to make it work. Theres a third ingredient  often the most important  called service. Unfortunately, this is where Cache Cache has recently fallen short, and it clearly comes straight from the top. On our recent visit, the only dish we stuck around for was a heaping plate of Rudeness, delivered directly by the owner. Lets begin with the first course. When queried about the status of a table, we were

served with an appetizer of Condescension, a wagged finger in a saucy Honey, go sit down at the bar, Ill find you when Im ready for you. Not much flavor, as you might imagine. Assuming this came from a stressed out hostess on a busy night, however, we stuck around and were seated shortly afterward. Given the acidic taste left from this unconventional appetizer, we mentioned the incident to the waiter. A polite, genuinely concerned fellow, he inquired which of his staff could possibly have passed such an odious affront. When my wife i.d.d the offending culprit, the waiter paused, then confessed thats not the hostess, thats the owner. And, he didnt seem too surprised. Second course  a Haughty Snub. I asked the waiter to invite the owner over to the table to explain her behavior. He blanched, then disappeared. Knowing that some messengers fear being shot, I inquired again several minutes later. Please ask her if she has the courage to speak with a customer. This time, he bucked it up and went to her. But instead of an explanation, I saw her quickly glance back at us, flip the hair, and scurry inside. The waiter came back empty-handed: shes not going to come over. So we left. There are too many truly great restaurants in Aspen to put up with this.

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By Diane

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May 30, 2005

Delicious food from a true foodie!

Food was delicious!!

By Brad

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Feb 16, 2001

Great food with some attitude

I recently dined at Cache Cache in Aspen and the food was fabulous. They are really busy during peak seasons and it is important to get a reservation. An alternative is to eat in the small bar, but the service will suffer if you do this.

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