Find Casual Fare and Spirited Drinks at Pepperjack’s
The Gant is Aspen’s first condominium resort to offer guests a casual on-property dining experience. Overlooking the pool, Pepperjack’s serves up breakfast and lunch, seven days a week. With dine-in and to-go options available, Pepperjack’s Cafe can suit any need.
- 7 AM - 2 PM
- 11 AM - 2 PM
- Happy Hour:
- 7 AM - 2 PM
70s Throwback Cocktail Menu
Get ready to strut your stuff and celebrate The Gant’s 50th anniversary with our groovy new 1970s throwback cocktail menu.
Tasty and Timeless, our menu is packed with all the classics from a Rusty Nail to a Sloe Gin Fizz. The pièce de résistance is the signature “Gant ’73” – our take on the classic French ’75.
All cocktails are $16. And for only $10 more, you can sip on your favorite cocktail straight out of a 50th anniversary disco tumblr!
So join us and travel back in time to the iconic disco era with our 1970s cocktail menu – only at Pepperjack’s.
Let’s get this party started!
The Gant Mug Club
Welcome to The Gant’s exclusive Mug Club! For just $50, you can join our club and experience unlimited drip coffee, freshly brewed to perfection, whenever you visit Pepperjack’s Café. We’re also offering our distinguished Mug Club members a 50% discount on all other beverages served at the café. Whether you prefer piping hot cappuccinos, refreshing cocktails, or a variety of soft drinks to quench your thirst, our Mug Club has you covered. Moreover, with only a limited number of collector mugs available, this offer won’t last long. So seize the opportunity to become a part of a select group of coffee lovers at The Gant!
Get your mug at Pepperjack’s today!
Like many great dining and imbibing outposts, ours begins with a bit of lore. Fifty years ago, The Gant was built as a quiet retreat for those looking to enjoy the serenity of the Rocky Mountains. A wily little fox who lived nearby would sneak over to The Gant at dawn or dusk in search of scraps. Over time, the resort staff embraced this little fox as another member of The Gant family, and he was affectionately named Pepperjack. Today, he lives on as the inspiration and namesake of Pepperjack’s.