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Aspen institutes three-drink policy at mid-mountain Cloud Nine Bistro

Aspen institutes three-drink policy at mid-mountain Cloud Nine Bistro

In other news, Ski Co. considers outlawing powder days.
posted: 02/14/2012
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The good news? You’ll have more time to ski in the afternoon. The bad news? The Aspen Skiing company has levied a three-drink maximum at its popular mid-mountain Cloud Nine bistro on Highlands, citing safety reasons with over-indulged patrons ski-stumbling down the mountain. The end result: probably shorter lunches, fewer hangovers and a concerted effort to indulge mid-day at another establishment. Just saying.

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