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SO Menu
August 31–September 9


Loaded Guacamole 12

With Tomatillos, Grilled Corn, Cotija Cheese, Vegetable Crudites & Just Made Tortilla Chips

Local Tomato Tart 14

With Caramelized Onions, Herbed Goat Cheese & Arugula-Walnut Salad

Blackened Salmon Sandwich 17

On Grilled Challah with Butter Lettuce, Green Tartar Sauce & Crispy Apple-Vegetable Slaw

Italian Chopped Salad 16

Hearty Greens & Romaine with Genoa Salami, Marinated Artichoke Hearts, Chickpeas, Local Tomatoes, Cured Olives, Pecorino “Frico”, Red Wine Vinaigrette

Kid’s Plate 9

Cheddar Grilled Cheese on Challah, Sliced Watermelon & S'mores Bar

Granola Bowl 10

Julia’s Seed & Nut Granola with Greek Yogurt, Fresh Berries & Homemade Jam


Warm Butter Croissant 5

With Homemade Jam

Espresso-Walnut Brownie 4

Dark Chocolate & Cocoa Nib Ganache

French Macaron 1 each


San Pellegrino, Organic Lemonade 4
Coke, Diet Coke, Iced Tea 3
Hot Tea, Brewed or Iced Coffee, Espresso 3
Cappuccino or Latte 4.5
Matcha Latte. 4.5
Chai Latte 4.5

Colorado Craft Beer 5

Wine by the Glass or Bottle

Lamberti Prosecco 10/35
Gratien & Meyer Sparkling Rosé 12/42
Charles Krug Sauvignon Blanc 11/39
Sea Sun Chardonnay 12/42
Fleurs de Prairie Rosé 11/39
Straightshooter Pinot Noir 13/46
Antigal Uno Malbec 10/35
Aperol Spritz 12

Lunches for Locals

AAM and SO Café culinary partners Allen and Julia Domingos (Epicure Catering) provided free, to-go midday meals for those community members in need during a wave of pandemic-related shutdowns from January 21–February 5.

The museum’s commitment to community-based programs is an important aspect of our ongoing mission to foster lifelong appreciation and understanding of the visual arts and their role in wider understanding and community building. Working together to assist service workers and fellow community members, Epicure and the AAM hope to provide a neighborly and nourishing lift for those adversely affected during these difficult times.

The Andrea and James Gordon SO Café is located on the rooftop of the Aspen Art Museum. Overlooking the AAM’s sculpture garden, the café allows you to enjoy a rotating weekly menu of local ingredients while experiencing the best public views of Aspen, Ajax Mountain, and Independence Pass. The AAM thanks our 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 an expression of excitement.