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Aspen Art Museum



SO is located in the Andrea and James Gordon Café atop the AAM’s new Shigeru Ban–designed facility in the Aspen core. With unprecedented views of Aspen Mountain and Independence Pass, SO features an innovative, rotating weekly menu of local ingredients prepared by AAM culinary partners Julia and Allen Domingos—a duo well known for their dedication to quality, creativity, and service. SO is named after a type of free-flowing Japanese brushstroke as well as, of course, an English expression of quantification and excitement.

Lunch Menu (11:30–2:30 pm)
March 19–23, 2019

Guacamole Plate 9

“Just Made” Tortilla Chips, Vegetable Crudités & Tajin

Burrata & Beet Salad 13

With Pistachio Pesto, “Broken” Beet Vinaigrette, Petite Arugula Salad & Herbed Lavosh

Westphalian Ham Panini 12

On Ciabatta with Swiss, Cherry-Apple Chutney, Grainy Mustard & Broccoli Slaw

Thai Shrimp Curry 16

Homemade Green Curry -Coconut Broth with Gulf Shrimp, Hearty Vegetables, Peanuts & Rice Pilaf
—Thai Vegetable Curry 12

Kid’s Plate 8

Cheddar Grilled Cheese, Sliced Apple & S’mores Bar

Granola & Yogurt Bowl 9

Maple-Toasted Oats, Nuts & Seeds with Greek Yogurt, Homemade Jam, Fresh Berries

Warm Butter Croissant 5

Homemade Jam

Espresso-Walnut Brownie 4

Dark Chocolate & Cocoa Nib Ganache


San Pellegrino 4
Sodas, Fresh Lemonade 3
Dragonfly Jun (6 oz pour) 6
Two Leaves Hot or Iced Tea 3
Rock Canyon Brewed Coffee 3
Iced Coffee, Espresso or Americano 3
Cappuccino or Hot Chocolate 4.5
Latte, Mocha, Chai or Matcha Latte 5

Colorado Craft Beer 5

Wine by the Glass

Cavicchioli “1928” Prosecco—Treviso, Italy 10 / 35
Ken Forrester “Petite” Chenin Blanc—Stellenbosch, South Africa 10 / 35
Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc—Marlborough, New Zealand 11 / 39
Artesa Chardonnay—Carneros, CA 13 / 45
Fleurs de Prairie Rosé—Provence, France 11 / 39
Antigal Uno Malbec—Mendoza, Argentina 10 / 35
Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir—Santa Barbara County, CA 13 / 45
Daou Cabernet Sauvignon—Paso Robles, CA 15 / 52