My wife and I and two others had lunch at The Red Onion during a visit to Aspen. We all ordered Burgers and we all agreed that they were awesome. Although the place is very nice inside we choose to sit in the outside dining...More
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The Red Onion had a varied menu, but we chose burgers. I had a salad with mine, which was fresh and good. Husband had fries which were great. Nice ambiance and reasonable prices.
This is a must stop when visiting in Aspen. This is the oldest Restaurant Bar in Aspen dating back to the late 19th century. Has a one of a kind Bar, and the food is very good great for Lunch.
Ordered the vegetarian Portabello Tart, received iy barely warm. Sent it back to be reheated, got it back medium warm,tasted it and the vegetable were completely sour. Told the manager, who was barely interested at best with my feedback, and I'm a local!More
Martin I am sorry that you had a bad experience. I went to the kitchen and inspected all the veggies in the tray, I even brought the tray out for you to inspect, but you were gone and I don't have your number to call...More
The Red Onion is the oldest restaurant in Aspen and has been a go to classic since I was a ski bum there in the late 70's and early 80's. I had friends that had worked there to pay the rent and get a ski...More
We stop here for a quick drink/bite before heading back to the hotel. Now the food was very good but we were certainly disappointed with our waiter Rimantas. We basically saw him when he took the order and to give us the bill. Some one...More
We were there during happy hour so appetizers were $1.00 off so my husband and I had their sliders, with the sliders he had the sweet potato fries and I had a cup of their tortilla soup. Everything was good but the service was slow....More