|Gwyn's High Alpine|
Top of Alpine Springs lift
High Alpine Cafetaria Menu
Gwyn's Lunch Menu
"The building at the top of the Apine Springs lift as been presided over by Gwyn Knowlton and George Gordon for 28 years. This posh tablecloth haven has some of the best food in Aspen. Favoites include blackened ahi with Asian cucumber salad, and smoked duck with poached pears. There's also an amazing wine list."
White linen table service on one side and cafetaria service on the other.
Reviews of Gwyn's High Alpine
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February 2, 2010
I skied at Snowmass and picked the restaurant, Gwyn's High Alpine to enjoy lunch. I didn't want to spend a lot of money so I went with the grilled cheese sandwich for $6.50. My friend had the lasagna with a side salad, bread, a coke, and a rice crispy treat. She love the home made lasagna but the total was $20. She thought her lunch was a little on the expensive side.
I've eaten at Gwyn's High Alpine before but this is the first time I had someone come by and ask if I needed anything else. He even brought us more water! Great service.
December 12, 2008
"one of the top mountain restaurants in the world."
February 24, 2008
Skied 3 days at Snowmass last week with a group from MI. Kept meeting for lunch at Gwyn's (Cafeteria side) (Mid. Mountain, top of Alpine Springs Lift). Had the Veggie Rice Bowl two days because it was so damn good. Rice, Black Beans, Pineapple Salsa, and other veggies. Very tasty and filling.
On the third day I branched out to the Veggie Wrap (Roasted Veggies and Fresh Mozzarella) it was O.K. but definitely not as good as the Rice Bowl. One hit I had everyday I ate there was the dessert. I really didn't need dessert but I couldn't pass it up. Strategically placed at the beginning of the line. I folded every time. A Chocolate Vanilla Triangle, a Rum Cake, and a Chocolate Eclair were all hits in my book and they may be what bring me back.