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The 4 Best Italian Restaurants in Aspen

By Sarah Wolak | March 4, 2021 |


Whether it’s ski season or summer getaway, cozy up with some upscale Italian cuisine at one of these local spots.

If you ever find yourself in the Windy City, we've got a great list of Italian restaurants in Chicago, too.

L'Hostaria Ristorante

Enjoy the best of both worlds with a full menu and small-plate bar menu at L'Hostaria. Try executive chef Ruben Bonomi’s calamari fritti with a wine pairing from in-house sommelier Giovanni Favella. Save extra room between the wine and dine for L'Hostaria’s famous tiramisu. 620 E. Hyman Ave, 970.925.9022,

Casa Tua

Rustic meets sophisticated at Casa Tua’s luxurious dining experience. Stick to tradition with the kitchen’s creamy bucatini cacio e pepe, or be bold and try the alpine cheese fondue with white truffle and grilled focaccia–need we say more? 403 S. Galena, 970.920.7277,

Campo De Fiori

Italy meets Colorado mountains at Campo De Fiori. Try one of Campo’s seasonal offerings, such as the homemade gnocchi spinaci or the resto’s brick chicken smothered in pesto available on the winter menu. Pair with a blood orange martini for extra flavor fusion. 205 S. Mill St., 970.920.7717,


Treat yourself to Duemani’s refined, contemporary take on Italian cuisine. Splurge with an order of piatto di crostaci—in-house caviar service—or one of Duemani’s signature ceviche dishes. End your meal with a triple-berry crumble paired with vanilla ice cream. 216 S. Monarch St., 970.920.2555,

Photography by: Mgg Vitchakorn on Unsplash