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Where to Drink: Aspen – BB’s Kitchen

February 19th, 2013 Posted by Aspen, Beer, Cocktails, Martinis, restaurants, Where To Drink This Week, Wine No Comment yet

Shaken, Not Stirred

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For those James Bond fans who have always fantasized of speaking the famous words “vodka martini…shaken, not stirred, ” BB’s Kitchen might just be the place where such fantasies may become a reality.  BB’s allows you to order your martini any way you like it—shaken, with a twist, a little dirty, manhattan sly, just plain perfect, or the good old-fashioned way.

If the classics bore you, BB’s will accommodate you according to your ability to hold your drinks. For all those light weights, they offer such refreshing drinks as the Orange Mojito with muddled oranges, a far cry from a traditional mojito. However, if you are more of a big hitter, BB’s may suggest a more potent Whiskey Tea made with locally distilled Leopold’s Peach Whiskey.

If you are still holding on once the first drinks have been had, it might be in your best interest to try a drink from BB’s “Into the Evening” category that will reinvigorate and refresh. BB’s Elderflower Margarita is a wise choice, the elderflower offering a healthy does of antioxidants and vitamin C that will fight off that lingering winter cold, preparing you for this coming spring.

Cocktails will keep you busy at BB’s, but if you are a wine and beer connoisseur, BB’s offers a long list of local beer and novel wines. Their canned beers, such as the straw-colored Colorado Kolsch, sell for just five bucks.  For a worldly wine tasting experience, taste test their Pinot Grigio from Trentino, Italy, grown in the Italian sunshine at the base of tall, green mountains that divide Austria and Italy.

Whether you would like your drink shaken, stirred, twisted, canned, dirty, or muddled, just speak the words and BB’s Kitchen will provide you with a taste of whatever drink your fantasy calls for.

BB’s Kitchen is located at 525 E. Cooper Avenue, 2nd floor, Aspen CO 81611; Tel: 970-429-8284.

Where To Eat This Weekend: Aspen – At Home in bb’s Kitchen

January 10th, 2013 Posted by Aspen, Culinary Connectors, Denver, restaurants, Where To Eat This Weekend No Comment yet

The Kitchen at BB’s is put to full use since almost everything at BB’s is house made.  Oh so cinnamon-y Monkey Bread (a Mario Batali favorite), frosted cinnamon rolls served with sweet cream butter, and english muffins are swept in and out of BB’s stone oven each day.

Handcrafted dishes such as their “Toad in the Hole French Toast” transforms the classic French Toast into a sweet and savory interplay by combining challah bread, fried eggs, bacon, and that all-American treasure, Vermont Maple Syrup.  Their Belgian Waffle comes with much more than butter and syrup, adding in a macadamia nut crunch and a generous drizzle of salted caramel.

If that is not indulgent enough, slide that spoon into a scoop of their house made caramel, chocolate, or cinnamon ice cream.  For a savory indulgence, scoop up some french onion soup topped with their toasted bread and gruyere cheese.  Add additional comfort with a side of their Mac n’cheese that is house made, of course.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, BB’s Kitchen will make you feel at home with their house made ingredients that span through every meal.

525 East Cooper Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611  (970) 429-8284


Culinary Connectors LIVE! Katie Lorenzen & Doug Campbill from bb’s kitchen

December 9th, 2012 Posted by Radio Show No Comment yet

Listen in as Culinary Connectors LIVE! host Becky Creighton interviews Katie Lorenzen & Doug Campbill from bb’s kitchen. Katie discusses her culinary background, including her time on Iron Chef America! Katie & Doug discuss their new menu, being released Thursday December 13th and what makes bb’s kitchen in Aspen unique.

Where to Eat this Weekend: BB’s Kitchen

January 20th, 2012 Posted by Aspen, Chefs, Culinary Connectors, restaurants No Comment yet

In affluent Aspen, cozy BB’s Kitchen offers seasonal upscale comfort on a plate in a panoramic setting without astronomical prices.  BB’s serves breakfast (think a pulled pork benedict), lunch (healthy salads and stacked sandwiches on house-made breads), an après-ski menu under $12, and a scrumptious dinner menu, including the treasured Six Point Berkshire pork chop with green chili spoon bread, as well as a variety of house-made pastas.  BB’s also has fun weekly events like trivia on Tuesdays and Sunday-fundays with “adult brunch”: $15 bottomless mimosas, bloodies, and Shiner or Trumer Pilsner complete with DJ.  


BB’s Kitchen 

525 E Cooper Ave, 2nd Floor

Aspen, CO 81611

(970) 429.8284