By: CHARLOTTE TRATTNER
Pamela Tick, the multi-hyphenate DJ, content creator, and serious fashionista, is always in tune with “what’s hot.” Here is how she gets into the Aspen vibe.
“For breakfast, Poppycock’s Café is an essential and easy go-to spot! Go for the original oatmeal pancakes. It’s the best fuel for a day of hiking or skiing. But don’t forget to grab a coffee from Local Coffee House across the street.” 665 E Cooper Ave; 614 E Cooper Ave.
“A charming and funky biking adventure, riding the Rio Grande Trail to Woody Creek Tavern makes for an awesome weekend activity. This locals’ joint has unmatched fish tacos.
“My first stop for shopping in Aspen is always the classic Ralph Lauren. I usually pop in to see my favorite stylist, Adrian, who holds the most timeless, unique Western pieces for me.” 501 E Cooper Ave.
“A charity close to my heart is the MLT Foundation, in memory of my husband’s sister, Mikaela. The foundation honors her life and is partnered with St. Mary’s Hospital for Children to continue her legacy and carry out her vision of empowering individuals with special needs.” mltfoundation.com
Best of Both Worlds
“People say ‘go for the winter but stay for the summer.’ The weather makes it a magical place for all of the best outdoor activities. My favorite way to describe it is ‘unreal,’ but it’s also totally real. The city is ‘close to heaven but down to Earth.”
When in the mood to relax, you’ll find Tick at Glory Hole Park, but when she’s craving fun, she is hitting the slopes. 520 S Original St.
Aspen at Night
“My favorite date night spot is the Aspen original, Cache Cache. The food and the ambiance are the best in town. Then I follow that with live music at The Belly Up, a small and mighty music venue with big-name acts and talent. I can’t wait to DJ here soon. It’s a personal goal!” 205 S Mill St; 450 S Galena St.