Steak House No. 316: Romantic-Chic Meets Prime Steak in Aspen, Colorado!


Owned by Craig & Samantha Cordts-Pearce, Steak House No. 316 is an intimate Aspen steak house catering to all, from meat lovers to seafood lovers to veggie lovers. The restaurant is part of the CP Group, including The Monarch, The Wild Fig, and CP Burger.



At Steak House No. 316, look for your favorite steakhouse fare, taken to the next level.

Start with Beef Carpaccio, Grilled Artichoke with remoulade and grilled lemon, Lulu’s Kale Salad with currants, pine nuts, olive oil, and parmesan, Soft Shell Crab Salad with butter lettuce, radish, sprouts, sweet potato chips, hush puppies, sweet pickles, and golden goddess dressing (really could be an entree) Moules Frites, Tuna Tartare with green peppercorn crème fraiche, micro cilantro, basil pesto, and crostini, Oysters Rockefeller, or chilled fresh shellfish and seafood.


Above photos by the restaurant @Facebook.


Entrees naturally gravitate towards great steaks with a variety of house made sauces and sides. American Kobe Flat Iron Steak, and Prime Cuts, including a New York Strip, Filet, Cowboy Ribeye, and Porterhouse, as well as Rack of Lamb. Add any of the following to your steak: Lobster Tail, Crab Cake, King Crab Legs, or Lobster Oscar.

The fresh seafood certainly stands up to the great beef. Try the Whole Dover Sole, Halibut with sauce verse, white asparagus, seasonal mushrooms, and potato crisp, or Verlasso Salmon with heirloom cherry tomato confit, dill, fennel salad, and fresh horseradish vinaigrette.



Steak House No. 316 has been awarded the Fred Bollaci Enterprises Golden Palate Certificate of Excellence!


Steak House No. 316

316 E. Hopkins Ave.

Aspen, Colorado 81611


About Fred Bollaci

I'm CEO and President of Fred Bollaci Enterprises. I lost more than 100 pounds while living "La Dolce Vita" and I'm now known as "The Healthy Gourmet." Sample the good life with me through fitness, fine food, and good wine. Meet chefs who cater to a healthy gourmet lifestyle through my Golden Palate blog.
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