Little Annie was the daughter of a silver miner who came to Aspen
in the late 1870’s (called Ute City back then) in search of fortune. With
all her charm, Little Annie became the darling of the town, and the
largest silver producing mine on the back side of Aspen Mountain was
named after her.
Little Annie’s Eating House established in 1972, carries on the tradition
Little Annie started of pleasing people from near and far. We still
remember the words Little Annie spoke around the campfire.
“Travel light in life,
Take only what you need:
a loving family,
someone to love
and someone to love you,
enough to eat, enough to wear,
and just enough to drink
for thirst can be a dangerous thing.“