Celebrate the 38th Annual Aspen Filmfest – Complimentary Admission for All Aspen Filmfest Attendees
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 4:30 – 5:15 PM
Wheeler Opera House Lobby, 320 E Hyman Ave, Aspen, CO 81611
Hors D’Oeuvres: La Crêperie du Village, Executive Chef, Sebastien Chamaret
Signature Drink: Hendrick’s Gin
Wine: Carmel Road and Barrymore by Carmel Road
About La Crêperie du Village
Cosmopolitan culinary connoisseurs searching for the elusive triad of a successful lunch or dining experience: excellent food, romantic atmosphere and reasonable prices, need look no further. The New York Times recommended La Crêperie du Village in February 2016 as, “a cozy bistro” and “fantastic dining option.” Following suit, The Food Network “…fell in love at first bite,” and named French Alpine Bistro La Crêperie du Village as one of the Top 5 restaurants in the United States for Best Romantic Foods, specifically for their famous fondues.
The French and Austrian owners have poured their hearts and souls into creating an atmosphere that is best described in one German word: gemütlich. The carefully chosen artifacts and candlelight combine to make this a one-of-a-kind charming hideaway not be missed when visiting Aspen. Enjoy a glass of rose, perhaps paired with Foie Gras au Torchon or Truffle Risotto, on the sheltered outside patio and you will be transported to the backstreets of Paris.
First-timers are wise to look past the restaurant name, though, as French Executive Chef Sebastien Chamaret – veteran of various 2 and 3 three-star Michelin establishments – has brought the city’s only authentic French restaurant to the forefront of Aspen’s lunch and dining scene.