Private dining

When we designed element 47 we wanted our private dining areas to be secluded without feeling isolated. To that end, we put in full-height wood stave screens, along with low frosted grey glass railings to create veil-like enclosures that separate but do not sever the visual connection between spaces or guests. But if you prefer, the screen walls pivot so they enclose your space. For private dining parties, we offer a variety of menu options, including a three-course menu and our chef’s signature tasting menu.

table 47

This smaller of our two private dining rooms features high ceilings, soft lighting, an oval mahogany table that can seat 12, as well as dramatic views of our courtyard.

the gallery 

Our largest space, which can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 50 guests, features a spectacular glass wine wall, and original art throughout the room.

For more information or to book, please contact the hostess stand at 970/920-6330, or email element47@thelittlenell.com

Contact

675 E DURANT AVE
ASPEN, CO 81611

element47@thelittlenell.com

Phone

970.920.6330

Hours

ELEMENT 47 IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. PLEASE JOIN US WHEN WE REOPEN ON TUESDAY, MAY 22.

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