NEIL PERRY

GQ (Australia) - - TASTE & TRAVEL -

The ac­claimed Aus­tralian chef be­hind Qan­tas’s su­pe­rior in-flight menus has been ski­ing Aspen for the past decade. He’s lured by the su­pe­rior snow, easy pace and sim­ple fact that as a work­ing town, he can shop to cook at home. But for a night out, these are his go-to’s: THE WHITE HOUSE TAV­ERN “It’s a reg­u­lar – a great his­toric build­ing, and I love the burg­ers and sand­wiches they do.” 302 East Hop­kins Ave; as­pen­white­house.com CACHE CACHE “It’s about lo­cal in­gre­di­ents and the roast chicken – I love the feel of the place.” 205 S Mill St. Plaza MEAT & CHEESE “I of­ten buy stuff to cook at home here – but there’s also a res­tau­rant, and, among the Mediter­ranean menu, the chef’s wedged in about half a dozen Korean dishes, like bossam pork. I dis­cov­ered it last sea­son and love it.” 319 East Hop­kins Ave; meatand­cheesea­spen.com

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