The restaurant Lulu Wilson was located in a small Victorian building that was built in the 1880’s when Aspen was a prosperous mining town. The name was conceived by CP Restaurant partners when they referred the census records of the property and noticed that a woman name Lulu Wilson once live there. They asked that the restaurant graphics reflect the look of the era with a bit of an old western brothel feel. Although there is no record of what Lulu looked like we imagined she looked something like the women in the restaurant’s postcards.
The warmth of the restaurant is reflected in the brand. The classic 1880’s Victorian building .