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Cache Cache is an old-school steakhouse that’s proven to be a mainstay in Aspen: The restaurant opened back in 1987. The kitchen—under the lead of Chef Chris Lanter, who brings a French culinary background, and Chef Nathan King—focuses on using local ingredients, in fact, Cache Cache invested in local-ish Dog Patch Farm, which is a couple hours away from Aspen, in Paonia. For non-red-meat eaters, there are still plenty of options on the menu: rotisserie chicken, a freaky good mac-and-cheese, excellent salads, mussels, and more. Also take note: the outdoor patio is a nice spot to enjoy a bottle of wine from the expansive wine menu—we haven’t counted, but we hear it’s 100+ pages long.