Visit Hotel Jerome for evening drinks at their J-Bar, The Living Room, Bad Harriet or Felix Roasting Co. Enjoy cowboy’s spices, moscow mules and citrus tipple cocktails to-go from this 19th century bar. They also offer an extensive selection of bottles to-go from the cellar, to help you make the most of the evening. 330 E. Main St., 855.331.7213
For your next date night out, transform your love with a table at Aspen’s French Alpine Bistro. This eatery comes to life with its intimate decor, cozy candle lit wooden tables and delicious bites perfect for sharing. Dive into the crowd favorite fondue (a.k.a liquid Swiss gold) with melted Gruyère, vacherin, beaufort & comté, white wine and a touch of Kirschwasser or nibble on sweet treats like the Crêpe Suzette and the all-time favorite Nutella crêpe. 400 E Hopkins Ave, 970.925.1566
From classic to crafty, this family-friendly joint is home to some of Aspen’s finest milkshakes. Whether you’re in the mood for a traditional black & white shake or desperately needing a pick-me-up with a coffee toffee, these frozen treats are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. And for our 21+ ice cream lovers, the spiked shakes will be the highlight of your date night. 433 E. Durant Ave.
Locally owned and operated, Paradise Bakery first claimed fame in town for their cookies and muffins made from scratch. Now, their homemade gelato and sorbet, popularly served in both summer and winter seasons, brings in plenty of business. The shop serves gelato in classic flavors, such as vanilla, chocolate and strawberry, and their refreshing sorbets, which come in flavors like mango or lemon, are guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth. Don’t say goodbye too soon! 320 S. Galena St.
Imagine this... drink in hang, music blaring and your partner dancing along to the beat right beside you. For an exciting date night out, buy tickets to the hottest shows and make a night at Belly up. On the lineup? MK, Cautious Clay, Alesso, Chris Lake and more. 450 S Galena St.