Are there twice, casual lunch in December, and had a so-so pasta in a fantastic setting.
Dinner in late January was superb. Complimentary appetizers of parmgiano, salumi and bruscetta with tomatoes were all very good. The artichoke leaves were also tasty, but perhaps a bit too much garlic. Primi of porcini risotto was excellent, and the veal chop was the largest chop I have ever seen and very good, (and the leftover were very good the next day). Wine list is excellent, but too expensive, had a 2006 Sandrone Barbera that was 3 x full retail at $95. Complimentary after dinner drink as well. Overall a wonderful addition to Aspen cuisine, but priced at special evening level.
Il Mulino New York - Aspen
501 East Dean Street, Aspen, CO 81611