SILO opened in October of 2014 and has since been serving the Carbondale, Colorado community and beyond with simple farm-to-table American cuisine.

With a menu spanning coffee and espresso offerings, light breakfast and lunch, dinner, and a full bar, our food is based around a philosophy of simplicity. In the style of classic American fare, diners will enjoy fresh, local ingredients that speak for themselves.

Whenever possible, SILO sources produce and meat from the Roaring Fork Valley’s local ranches and farms, providing a unique and varied local culinary experience for diners.  

SILO also offers partner events, catered events, private parties, and supper clubs.


I feel like I just discovered a closely-held secret!
The space is intimate, artfully rustic, and welcoming.
I found my new favorite spot in Carbondale!


Lacy Hughes and right-hand man Chad Stieg.

Lacy Hughes and right-hand man Chad Stieg.

Lacy Hughes, Executive Chef and Owner of SILO.

Lacy grew up in the South and moved to Aspen, Colorado in 2000 where she fell in love with the mountain lifestyle.

In 2007, she left Aspen for Hyde Park, New York to attended the Culinary Institute of America, during which she earned the opportunity for a coveted externship at PRESS in St. Helena, California - a renowned Napa Valley restaurant owned by wine-maker and entrepreneur, Leslie Rudd. After completing this valuable externship, Lacy returned to New York and finished her degree at the CIA, graduating in 2009. She then staged at several renowned New York eateries, including Alfred Portale’s iconic Gotham Bar and Grill.

In 2010, Lacy returned to Colorado where she put her experience and skills to work in the private kitchens of residents and visitors to the Aspen area. She soon after joined Mark Fisher’s hand picked team at Six89 in Carbondale and saw it through it's closure in 2014, where she continued on as part of the original staff at Town Carbondale. During this time Lacy also began offering her own catering and private chef work in Aspen for private clients.

In October 2014, Lacy had the opportunity to open Silo as executive chef and owner, where she has truly been able to share her food philosophy of keeping it simple. Now, Lacy proudly provides a unique and simplistic food experience through her farm-to-table cuisine, where she offers responsibly sourced food to the vibrant local community of the Roaring Fork and Aspen Valley.