ASPEN’S MOST CELEBRATED LUNCH AND DINING ESTABLISHMENT

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36 HOURS IN ASPEN – “FANTASTIC DINING OPTION”
“La Creperie du Village is a cozy bistro that opened in 2011. Here you will find a French alpine bistro known for its fondue, crepes and raclette, a dish of melted cheese, boiled potatoes, cornichons and cured meat. The dish is served with a tabletop grill and is the main draw, along with the fondue, which comes in a cheese and beef variation.”

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THE HOME OF AWESOME
Aspen is a foodie’s paradise. La Crêperie du Village serves food to beam you straight over to the Alps, including raclette, the Swiss wet dream of cheese, air-cured meat, onions,cornichons and sliced potatoes.

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“This cozy bistro offers French cuisine served in a chalet-inspired setting, and the beef fondue for two is perfect for sharing with a date. A tender cut of top sirloin steak is thinly sliced, then served with three dipping sauces: green peppercorn glaze, saffron aioli and romesco.”

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“On the bustling corner of East Hopkins Avenue and Mill Street, brings one range of mountains to another. The Alps-inspired sublevel restaurant has fast become a favorite haunt for authentic food and wine from the European high country [including] a slew of elegant dishes that evoke the specialties of the finest bistros in Paris and Lyon.”

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Aspen in the Summer
“At this French-style bistro […] you can’t go wrong.”

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“Cozy and romantic, it is one of my favorite places in town. Try the foie gras marinated in sauternes to start and share a truffle-cheese fondue. The Pure Love Crepe, with butter, lemon and sugar, is simple and classic, the perfect way to end a meal.”

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“Culinary SOS: Creperie du Village’s Soupe aux Haricot Blanc. The hearty ham and bean soup at the Aspen, Co, restaurant doesn’t disappoint in the slightest.”

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“Walking into Creperie feels a bit like tucking into a cozy West Village cafe; it’s primarily candle-lit, with rustic barn wood tables and white, blue-striped napkins. The menu here is all about fondues, both of the meat and cheese variety. If you can carve out some space in your stomach after the appetizers, order a bottle of Grüner and a dramatically presented raclette for the full experience.

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A Guide to Aspen This Winter: New Haunts and Local Favorites
“La Creperie du Village is a cozy bistro known for their spectacular (and filling) cheesefondue, Swiss raclette, and crêpes.”

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Passing Through: Aspen
Home to a toned-down local vibe and four world-class ski areas“One of the most famous ski towns in the world, Aspen, Colorado, has a reputation for luxurious living […] Luckily, tiny Aspen is a foodie’s delight […] Creperie du Village is worth indulging.”

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Summer in Aspen
A Local’s Guide to the Hot Restaurants, the Underrated Gems and the Adventure Spots You Want to Know“Favorite restaurants includeCreperie Du Village.”

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“Nighttime diners will hope to snag one of seven stools at the bar, a prime spot to soak in”

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How To Do Aspen In 48 Hours
“After a long soak, head to La Creperie du Village for a cozy alpine-inspired meal of black truffle fondue, foie gras and raclette.”

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Bringing International Cuisine to Aspen
“With a menu that reflects the owners’ French and Austrian backgrounds, La Creperie du Village brings diners authentic alpine dishes that feel right at home in Aspen. “The Creperie du Village… takes you right from the central core of Aspen to the French Alps. […] simply a must do.”

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“Besides being Aspen’s most darling, cozy restaurant- you’ll feel transported to a French mountaintop chalet- La Creperie has the best, most seriously sexy French onion soup around (but there’s fondue, too, if you’re feeling the craving). The rich, beefy broth topped by mantle of crusty, molten Gruyère is positively seductive: don’t forget to order a bottle of red.”

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“The food was so incredibly good that we returned to Creperie du Village THREE nights in a row!!! We had to go back and eat our way through the menu! If that doesn’t scream ‘GO HERE IF YOU ARE IN ASPEN,’ I’m not sure what else does!”

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Must-Try Romantic Restaurantsin Aspen, Colorado
“A fabulous Provençal-style bistro which is nestled in the heart of Aspen’s “Restaurant Row.”

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Must-Try Restaurants in Aspen
“When you need a breather from the Beverly Hills of the Rockies, step into this subterranean stunner, which comes by its warm, rustic and twinkling alpine chalet atmosphere honestly, run as it is by a French -Austrian couple with a French chef. The food follows suit, from steak tartare to coq au vin.”
“Ramping up the romance: a rustic-chic, chalet-style ambiance, complete with vintage photos and posters, mood lighting and a small bar overlooking the open kitchen, plus a quaint patio.”

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“First-timers to Aspen may wonder what all the fuss is about. Expensive restaurants and high-end chain stores, found also in Paris and Milan, seem to dominate the downtown.[Aspen Mountain] is a “classic, real ski town” […] that includes a vibrant après and nightlife scene, and dining.
”Dinner Pick: Creperie du Village
“The ambience and menu are unrivaled at La Creperie du Village, a French bistro whose ever-evolving selection of culinary highlights is as savory as its eclectic-chalet décor is inviting.”

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Best French RestaurantLUX Award Culinary Arts 2016

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Where to Eat in Aspen“
In Aspen, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options. The town prides itself on its culinary class and there are plenty of internationally renowned chefs represented.
Nobu Matsuhisa also has a restaurant in town called Matsuhisa which, like all of his establishments, is high-end modern Japanese cuisine. If you’re after a more relaxed and intimate setting try the French alpine bistro, Crêperie du Village. Must be booked in advance.”

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Author of The Restaurant Diet – How to eat out every night andstill lose weight
“Crêperie du Village is a French bistro and Aspen’s only fondue restaurant, a charmingchalet-like atmosphere that is the ideal setting for a casual or business lunch, après-ski, romantic candle-lit dinners, or special celebrations.”

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Love is in the air at this snug little restaurant, which has won awards for itsdistinctly romantic atmosphere. Sure, it’s French, and effortlessly bohemian by extension, but the amour in question also comes by way of its charming mountain-resort setting. Take your significant other after a day on the slopes and share a fondue (go deluxe, with vacherin and beaufort). Cheesy in the literal sense only.
Recommended byMr Alexander Lewis

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“I love the Crêperie du Village for the cozy atmosphere.”
– Aerin Lauder

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“You should try La Crêperie du Village – another cozy spot that mixes Swiss and French vibes into an unforgettable dinner.

Weddings & Rehearsal Dinners

The out-of-this-world design, the carefully chosen artifacts, and real candlelight combine to make this the perfect place for a romantic rendezvous, intimate rehearsal dinner or wedding party.

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Intimate Fall Wedding: Joslyn + Gabe
“Their reception was held at Creperie du Village, a quaintEuropean-inspired restaurant with a lively bohemianatmosphere.”

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“Overstuffed couches and dimly lit candles greet diners in this little slice of Paris meets Switzerland. With French Alpine bistro tables, the quaint restaurant bridges the gap between European cafes and mountain living. And what more fun than sharing fondue or raclette with a loved one?”

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“A must for serious foodies and interior design aficionados alike. Hence, it comes as no surprise that visitors over and over again label the cozy bistro as the ultimate rare find and refer to its French alpine fare as one of the best food in Aspen. The restaurant is like a favorite pair of jeans: the perfect fit for any occasion.

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Honeymood Watch: AspenWhere to eat: Creperie Du Village.