Executive Pastry Chef, CURTIS CAMERON

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Curtis Cameron joined The Little Nell as Pastry Chef in late 2014, overseeing all desserts, breads and pastries for the hotel. Curtis’ initial culinary focus was on traditional Japanese cuisine and sushi at the California Culinary Academy Le Cordon Bleu. In 2006, he transitioned to pastry, transferring to the Scottsdale Culinary Institute Le Cordon Bleu where he worked under Pastry Chef Perino Jermonti, a James Beard nominee, at the Four Star-rated Royal Palms Resort and Spa. He honed his pastry skills over the next few years at Five Star, Five Diamond resorts such as The Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona, and Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley, Utah. He describes his approach towards desserts as “simplistic and natural, highlighting seasonal flavors and ‘outside of the box’ thinking.” An outdoorsman, Curtis enjoys trail running, backpacking, and rock climbing with his wife. He’s also an avid fly-fisherman and enjoys hand tying flies and exploring Aspen’s gold medal waters.

Contact

675 E. DURANT AVE
ASPEN, CO 81611

element47@thelittlenell.com

Phone

970.920.6330

Hours

BREAKFAST: 7 AM - 10:30 AM
LUNCH: 11:30 AM - 2 PM
DINNER: 6 PM - 9 PM
BAR: 11:30 AM - 10 PM

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Holidays at The Little Nell
Join us in celebrating the holiday season with decadent dinners at element 47 and Ajax Tavern, as well as Chair 9's Opening Party, 5th Annual Tree Lighting, and The Dom Perignon Party New Year's at The Nell.
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The Dom Perignon Party - New Year's at The Nell
The “it party” of the holiday season takes over the main and lower levels of the hotel with live music and DJs, bottomless Dom Perignon, an open bar and food stations from element 47.
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Chair 9 Apres-Ski Bar
Your reward for putting in a hard day on the mountain. Drop-in for beer, wine, cocktails and bar fare from 3 pm - 9 pm, and enjoy DJs daily from 4 pm - 7 pm and football on big game days.


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