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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED La Boheme Restaurant & Bar

45 Village Sq. Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily (Season starts Nov. 23)

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED La Boheme Restaurant & Bar Restaurant Review

: This Provençal restaurant overlooking the spectacular Snowmass Valley is a true gourmet destination and is booked solid during ski season. Chef Gaëtan Croisier, formerly in the kitchen with Alain Ducasse in Paris, offers a casual brasserie menu with an Italian spin in addition to the elegant French cooking that made La Bohème's reputation. The Brasserie portion of the menu features capellini pesto with fresh cockles, mussels, rock shrimp and roasted peppers for starters; and such we want something simple tonight dishes as coq au vin and zuppa des pesce---fresh seafood sautéed in light tomato sauce with garlic and white wine on a bed of fettuccini. If romance is in the air and we're up for something more elegant, we look to the French side of menu and begin with the woodland mushroom soufflé with a marinated magret of duck in a sun-dried cherry-tangerine vinaigrette, or the escargot-and-wild mushroom ravioli with roasted elephant garlic, ginger cream and olive tapenade. For a main course, the fresh water striped bass en papillote in a potato crust with rock shrimp and lime beurre blanc is delectable. We also like the tender mixed grill of red deer and caribou with sweet onion marmalade, woodland mushrooms and pear fritter, napped with a mint-basil and port wine reduction. Surprisingly, this very adult restaurant also offers a children's menu and take-out.


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