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Peach's Corner Cafe

User Reviews

Thomas Buckingham

Portland

August 10, 2013
Aspen's local hangout

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Sydney

Aspen, Colorado

June 5, 2012
I have to confess that I have become something of a regular at Peach's Corner Cafe, most likely due to its convenient location and inviting ambiance. While the prices are a bit steep, I'm rarely disappointed with what I order, and I always enjoy my interactions with the attentive and friendly employees. Both the lunch and breakfast scenes are impressive, but I consider myself a breakfast/brunch expert, so I will stick to what I know best. While I'm typically a bagel-and-lox kinda gal, I switched up my order the last time I was at Peach's and went with their signature dish, the "Open Face" I was extremely pleased with my choice - although the Quinoa Breakfast Bowl had been equally tempting. The Open Face is beautifully plated dish, a little sweet and a little salty - everything a good breakfast should be. The dish, comprised of two poached eggs atop peach butter-slathered toasted bread and crispy bacon, is plated with a salad of heirloom tomatoes, arugula, Parmesan, and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. The trick to eating this delicious breakfast is to cut a bite that is a balanced ratio of all aspects. The juxtaposition of the sweet peach butter with the salty bacon is sheer brilliance. I prefer to save the salad for last, but to each his own! I should also note that Peach's sells one of my favorite cups of coffee in town. I'm not a coffee expert and therefore cannot tell you what makes it so good, but just trust me when I say Peach's java is a palate pleaser. I also love their chai lattes, which come in sweet or spicy flavors. For a pick-me-up, try a "dirty chai", a harmonious blend of the Indian spice and espresso. Along with serving kitchen-prepared breakfast and lunch, Peach's sources baked goods from various bakeries around town, including Midland Bakery, Louis Swiss Pastry, and Upper Crust Bakery. The glass case in the modern and cleanly decorated corner cafe boasts sizeable cupcakes and muffins (the espresso chocolate chip being one of my favorites), delectable chocolate truffles, buttery soft pretzels, and sinfully massive cinnamon buns. Perfect for a person on the go - who doesn't have to worry about the calories. It's a testament to the quality of food and atmosphere, and the hard work of employees and proprietors Lisa Haisfield and David Roth, that Peach's corner cafe is an Aspen social hub, its outdoor and indoor seating consistently filled with locals and visitors alike. Read more reviews by Sydney

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John Blutarski

Aspen

February 19, 2012
One of my favorite breakfast sandwiches in town and in general a great spot. Can be a little higher on the price, but this is one of the few spots you actually get what you pay for.

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Sara M

Los Angeles

February 16, 2012
Overall I enjoyed my visit to Peach's. Although a little more than I'd like to pay for lunch it was comparable to other eateries in the area. The food was tasty and the service friendly. The atmosphere was jovial and casual. The perfect place to catch up with old friends!

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SamuelAdam

Carbondale

June 30, 2011
The food is great. The price isn't too bad and you get what u pay for. But the service is terrible. It took 30 minutes to get my food. I hope they improve!

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m_concierge

Aspen

June 25, 2011
All I can say is: I am not eating there anymore! I have to agree with the previous review I read - the place is really pricey for a "cafe" and the portions are small. It used to be much better before (Zele) when they had the soup and salad combo for only $7.00.

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J

Aspen

March 5, 2011
Very pricy for very small portions...

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Susie B.

April 12, 2010
A special thank you to David for making my visit to Aspen a memorable eating experience. Three days of exception meals. He can provide everything from breakfast top a lunch that can be taken out to become a wonderful dinner. Best food I have had in a long time.

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Tom

Laguna Beach, CA

April 2, 2010
Amazing food, atmosphere, organic coffees.

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