I've been in love with this restaurant for years, and it seems with the remodel this year that they've taken a turn for the worse. Expect amazing food, per usual, but if you're unhappy with anything, be prepared to be told its your own fault. I've eaten all over the world, and I live in Aspen. I've come to know and expect good service, especially in this town, and even then, I'm prepared to make concessions. But I've never been as livid leaving a restaurant as I was after dinner on Monday, after both the sommelier and the manager (or male hostess?) treated us with such casual and consistent disrespect. Life, or your vacation, is too short to have a night ruined in this way. I don't care if its second-string night on a Monday, I expect decent service every day. They are lucky they have some nice servers, bartenders, and chefs who work double-time making up for the failings from the top, because that's the only thing that keeps people coming back. Our friends have stopped going there for the bar menu after the ridiculous bar tables were put in, which make it somewhat impossible to dine. We did not heed their warning, and attempted to experience it for ourselves. Perhaps they forgot that their strong point was their food, and neglected to consider that people would wish to eat here? Our sommelier poured half a glass of wine on the table, which then caused the wine glass to slide off the tiny, below the knee, table. Apologies? Nope, she left the mess. We were told its our own failing for trying to eat in the bar instead of getting a table. Well here's news for you, Cache Cache: it's your fault for hiring rude staff and putting in pretty, but useless, tables (and I could say the same of some of the staff). Once, people would endure this nonsense to be part of the 'scene', but times have changed and the locals have moved on. Its a matter of time til the tourists follow. I have had so many wonderful dinners here (seated at the bar and in the restaurant) that I hesitate to be so judgmental. But if they must be rude and judgmental of the people who spend their money here, then I must warn others who might make the same mistake. Be certain of your seating, don't expect the niceties of good service, and be prepared to head to another restaurant afterward to make up for the bad taste in your mouth.