Piñons has been located in downtown Aspen, across the street from the historic Hotel Jerome, since February 1988 and has been locally owned and operated since then. The dining room, which seats 110, recently re-decorated in a mountain contemporary style, evokes the casual sophistication that has come to symbolize Aspen. The windows frame picturesque Aspen Mountain. The cuisine has been described as traditional American influenced by local products. Piñons has received many renowned awards but cherishes most the recognition by locals as the most coveted reservation in town.
Chef/Owner Rob Mobilian is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America but is most proud of his degree from "Mom's Kitchen" to whom he credits his love of food and wine. His hands-on involvement is evidenced in the consistency that has come to be a trademark of a Piñons dining experience. Beth Mobilian is instrumental in keeping Piñons deeply involved and committed to the community it serves by upholding the business' guiding principle: What you receive is clearly reflected in what you give.