It’s one of the busiest times of the year in Aspen. Restaurants in the downtown core fill up early and stay busy until closing. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen visited the bustling kitchen at Cache Cache this week, where the staff was furiously chopping, sauteing and grilling food. Chris Lanter is the Executive Chef and co-owner of the restaurant that caters to all kinds, including celebrities.
For Cache Cache, New Year's Eve is the most profitable night of the year. The upscale French American Bistro attracts a solid crowd of revelers and serves foods like caviar and pasta with Umbrian white truffles.