While The Surf Lodge set the stage originally, The Snow Lodge takes the vibe to a whole new altitude.
The bar at The Snow Lodge
After a day on the mountain, escape to The Snow Lodge’s upscale restaurant and lounge featuring deep velvets and local art sourced from Aspen galleries, creating the perfect vibe for live performances. Expect a curated concert series with DJ sets and unplugged acoustic sets by both up-and-coming and established acts.
Outdoor yurts with tables made by the famed Jeff Gorsuch
The brainchild of Montauk’s Surf Lodge founder and Creative Director Jayma Cardoso, in collaboration with Stephane De Baets of Elevated Returns and Chefs Club, The Snow Lodge is the ultimate après-ski experience. “We’re so excited to be back in Aspen,” says Cardoso. “After spending last winter locked down, we wanted to bring people back together in an intimate setting and create unforgettable experiences. We think The Snow Lodge will be the perfect place to do just that.”
Culinary Director Robert Sieber.
While the music sets the scene, the food may steal the show. Chef Mark Connell, formerly of Casa d’Angelo, is spearheading the menu, which includes both shareables and large plates featuring contemporary and classic Italian preparations, including ahi tuna tartare with lemon and Calabrian chile and imported buratta with tomato olive battuta, basil and grilled bread, as well as chef Connell’s signature “seamless” ravioli. Robert Sieber will oversee the kitchen as culinary director.
Indoor lounge area
“Chefs Club has always been more than offering a great menu. It’s about curating the best experience for our guests,” says De Baets. “With that thought in mind, we have partnered with The Surf Lodge brand this season—the first time since our inception that we are bringing on a partner outside of just strictly the food and beverage arena. The Snow Lodge will have elevated dishes but also music and cultural programming for a truly memorable experience.” 315 E. Dean St.