Creperie du Village
Not your average creperie, this spot serves interesting savory variations including chicken curry crepes and the delicious tiramisu crepe.
This fabulous coffee shop’s motto is, “Not on every corner,” but skiers are delighted there’s one at the base of the gondola on E. Durant St.
An Indagare insider says, “We found the best place for breakfast wraps and coffee, Ink! right by the Little Nell. We cannot recommend it enough. It was the best breakfast we had on our trip and the coffee is so good. That was my favorite find this trip.”
Stop in to Paradise Bakery and pick up some of the best cookies you’ll ever have. The best part is the gooey center, so don’t waste your time with the mini-cookies, which can be more crunchy than chewy.
Peach’s Corner Café
A trio of friends opened the kind of place that they had craved where they could meet friends, sit outside and eat delicious healthy food. And most days you will find all three owners hanging out behind the counter or making rounds and greeting friends, who have become regulars. From morning until evening, people stream in for fresh pastries or the Kiri Devi granola (made right here in Aspen). At lunch, they line up for sandwiches, salads and empanadas, many of which are made with locally grown produce and artisanal breads and cheeses. In the back, there’s even shelves of the owners favorite ingredients for cooking at home.
This greasy spoon diner is especially great for breakfast (try the oatmeal pancakes).
Victoria’s Espresso and Wine Bar
This laid-back café and wine bar has a warm and friendly staff and a cult following with locals who come for the home-style cooking. Open from breakfast to dinner, the café sells soups, sandwiches, baked goods and artisanal cheeses. Kids love the homemade ice cream. The store’s motto is “life’s little luxuries at a palatable price.”