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A charming mountain countryside atmosphere creates a cozy and convivial feel where families can sink into sumptuous furnishings and enjoy reminiscing over the day’s explorations. The communal setting encourages couples and friends to share stories with nearby neighbors forging new friendships. In contrast to The Garden, Prospect focuses on the bounty of the region’s hunters, ranchers, and fishermen, balanced perfectly with delicate winter produce. Inspired by the communal setting, the menu is meant to be shared. Cocktails take inspiration from the land, and a focused selection of wines from around the world are carefully selected to complement the jovial environment.
  • Breakfast: 7:00am – 11:00am

  • Lunch: 11:30am – 4:00pm

  • Dinner: 4:00pm – 10:00pm

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Private Dining

When you crave a night unlike any other, our chef will craft a menu personalized for your special occasion. It will unfold in your room, suite or in a private lounge. in an atmosphere of understated romance—created for you two and for one unforgettable moment in time.

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Drink Toasting J-Bar’s Legendary “Aspen Crud”

With its lively buzz and Old West vibe, the legendary J-Bar isn’t just Aspen’s social hub. It’s also a reminder—and bustling relic—of the town’s rich history. Cowboys and miners once rode their horses through J-Bar’s doors during Aspen’s silver boom, and drinks are still slung over the original century-plus-year-old maple bar. When Prohibition struck in 1920, J-Bar went the way of a host of other bars across America: it became a soda fountain. “Necessity is the mother of invention,” as they say, and the Aspen Crud was soon born.

Ryan Cox
Head Bartender for J-Bar
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Learn To Sign Your Name on an Aspen Landmark

Next time you’re ordering your favorite cocktail at the J-Bar, ask about “the drawer.” And, after that, ask if your bartender has signed it yet. Famously known for its hundreds of intricately carved signatures, the drawer holds the names of every bartender who has worked in the J-Bar since its opening day in 1889. If you happen to be at the J-Bar at the right time, you might even catch a touring group from the Aspen Historical Society showing it off. Now shellacked to seal it’s inked history, the drawer is an Aspen landmark worth toasting to.

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Learn Remembering Hunter S. Thompson at Hotel Jerome

To the rest of the country, Hunter S. Thompson might be best known as the godfather of gonzo journalism. Thompson lived and wrote on the edge in a style epitomized in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” which first came out in two installments in Rolling Stone before being published as a book that would end up defining the post-'60s counterculture. But to Aspenites, and especially here at Hotel Jerome, he’s best remembered for his 1970 run for sheriff of Aspen Pitkin County.

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Do Aspen Snowmass’s Best-Kept Secret

As a 31+ year local, I’m frequently asked about Aspen Snowmass’s best-kept winter secret. Well, I'm here to let the "snowcat" out of the bag. With over 1,500 acres of ungroomed terrain exclusively for the use of up to 36 people per day, it's the Aspen Mountain Powder Tours. If you're an intermediate skier/rider or better, there's nothing more fun than skiing or boarding "hero snow" all day long with your own private guides and snowcat. Try it—you'll thank me! 

Mary Manning
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Chef Rob Zack


Executive chef Rob Zack comes from a rich culinary tradition: his grandfather owned a butcher shop, where the young Zack learned the art of charcuterie and how to coax the best flavors from uncommon meat cuts. But his professional career would start later—as a line cook at the Hotel Jerome over 20 years ago. He’s since worked his way up to head the culinary operations at the Viceroy Hotel in Snowmass, where he opened and oversaw its signature restaurant, EightK, and slope-side eatery, Nest. Now back home at Hotel Jerome to oversee its dining program, Zack revels in taking a new approach to Aspen’s steep culinary traditions and using the freshest local ingredients from the Roaring Fork Valley.