With the guiding values of connection, food and community, Snowmass Base Village is partnering with local chefs Mawa McQueen and Martin Oswald to host a community dinner next week
“Fantastic,” “crazy busy,” “packed.” These aren’t the words you would expect to hear from restaurateurs after six months of operating during a pandemic. But in Colorado’s resort and mountain towns, business owners say they were baffled by their numbers once they opened their doors in July and August.
Mawa McQueen and her company, McQueen Hospitality International have been announced as winners of the 2020 Colorado Governor’s Minority Business Award. The award is presented by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT.) The award is an honor that recognizes for-profit businesses that have contributed to the economic diversity and success of […]
Article by Maddie Vincent – July 2020 The Aspen Times’ Maddie Vincent discusses racism in America and its impacts on the local Aspen community. Ms. Vincent interviewed Aspen Business Leader, Entrepreneur and Chef, Mawa McQueen. It’s no secret that Aspen is known as a predominately white, wealthy Colorado ski town. And while leaders like Mawa […]
The Aspen Times has started a “We’re Open” feature to profile local businesses working through the coronavirus crisis. We want to connect consumers with the work businesses are doing to stay open. Mawa’s Kitchen was featured in mid-May….