The nice quiet atmosphere that we enjoyed for our first two weeks here is shattered. There's no place to park. Even the bike racks are pretty full!
|My Bike Friday had to be on the wrong side of the bike rack.|
Though most of the bikes probably don't belong to Foodies.
I took lots of photos in Aspen restaurants last time we were here, too. See this Flickr set.
As for ourselves, we have been eating rather simple food while here, going on picnics and to the weekly Tuesday BBQ at the Physics Center, and joined the other workshop participants for a meal out once. Also, we enjoyed several restaurants in Aspen, though we have not eaten out a great deal. I've posted on one or two meals out, and here are a few photos to wrap up what we ate:
|Breakfast at a cafe near our apartment yesterday: |
crowding was a result of people getting ready to set up the Food & Wine Classic!
Red Onion Restaurant for Lunch
|Maria at Red Onion|
|Sandwiches at the restaurant at the top of the gondola:|
Tuna melt and turkey with bacon, aioli, cheese, and more
|Whole fish at the Wild Fig restaurant.|
A truly delicious dish
Background: my veal dish!
|Pacifica Restaurant Lunch:|
Very expensive tuna salad
|Our shared sashimi at Asie: followed by a seafood dish and moo-shu duck:|
a very nice meal at a quite good Asian fusion restaurant.
|Three workshop participants at Asie for group dinner|
|Annette's Bakery: a good French-style macaron|
She said it took her months to figure out how to make the recipe work at high altitude.