Be seated for breakfast, lunch, bar service and dinner daily at element 47, Aspen's finest spot to wine, dine and unwind.
Indulge in the recommendations of a famed culinary and wine team, or attend a wine dinner featuring bottles from our award-winning wine cellar, and let element 47 stimulate all your sensibilities in a sleek and decadent space.
Rest assured that you will be tasting the flavor of locally sourced fruits and vegetables, and hormone-free beef. We serve hormone-free Wagyu beef locally grown at Emma Farms, all natural, nitrate-free pork from Niman Ranch and cage-free, all natural eggs. We also proudly serve local beers and spirits to round out our menu.
Ski in for lunch, or find a seat at the bar for a more casual rendezvous. Colorado's native spirits and beers punctuate entertaining conversation among Aspen's most vibrant mix of locals and guests.
Experience food and drink at element 47 -- Aspen's most indulgent culinary experience.
Named for silver on the periodic table, element 47 toasts our town's flavorful mining history and the essence of Aspen: seasonality, decadence and memorable social gatherings.
Richly fetted banquets and sophisticated tones convey a sense of alpine elegance. Servers glide past the restaurant's glass wine wall -- as a team of Master Sommeliers corks and decants bottles sought after by collectors and connoisseurs.
One of a Kind ART
Element 47 will pique your visual sensibilities as well as your tastebuds. The restaurant features original art works by Michelle Grabner, Angel Otero, Scott Reeder, Philip Vanderhyden, Cameron Martin, and José Lerma, in addition to a work by Paula Crown, who owns The Little Nell with her family.
Each piece in the space is quite different visually and texturally -- Philip Vanderhyden uses graphite dust glazed onto burlap and linen, while Cameron Martin's "Trees" features alpine imagery in acrylic on canvas. Ms. Crown's "Cockpit Side (2012)" is located in element 47's private dining room known as The Gallery.