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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)
January 17–21, 2016

Whipped Ricotta 9

Fruitition Farms Ricotta with Herbs & Lemon Zest, Local Tomatoes & Rosemary Lavosh

Smoked Trout Rillettes 12

With Apple-Pecan Salad, Cider Vinaigrette & Herbed Lavosh

Beef & Blue Sandwich 14

Spice-Rubbed & Charred Flatiron on Ciabatta with Blue Cheese Aioli, Grilled Red Onions, Arugula & Broccoli Slaw

Ratatouille Plate 13

Traditional Stewed Eggplant. Peppers, Zucchini & Tomatoes with Parmesan Polenta & Petite Kale Salad

Warm Butter Croissant 5

Homemade Berry Jam

Espresso-Walnut Brownie 4

Dark Chocolate & Cocoa Nib Ganache


San Pellegrino Sparkling Water or Juices 3.5
Assorted Sodas, Fresh Lemonade 3
Dragonfly Jun 8oz. pour 6
Brewed Coffee, Hot or Iced Tea 3
Rock Canyon Espresso 3.5
Latte, Cappuccino, or Hot Chocolate 4.5
Mocha Latte 5
Matcha or Chai Latte 5

Colorado Craft Beer

Aspen Brewery—Seasonal Blonde 5
Oskar Blues—Old Chub Scotch Ale 5
Oskar Blues—Mama's Little Yella Pils 5
New Belgium—Fat Tire Amber Ale 5

Wine by the Glass

Mionetto Prosecco—Veneto, Italy 8
Ken Forrester “Petite” Chenin Blanc—South Africa 9
Newton “Red Label” Chardonnay—Napa County 12
Terrazas "Altos del Plato” Malbec—Mendoza, Argentina 8
Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir—Santa Barbara County 11
Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon—Knight’s Valley, CA 12