One of the reasons why so many homebuyers ask to see Goldsmith real estate is because of the many recreational opportunities located close by, including malls, museums, parks, and of course, restaurants. As if Denver didn’t have enough restaurants already, there are dozens more scheduled to open this year, including:
Jason and Kris Wallenta, the two brothers behind the Dos Santos restaurant, are now setting their sights on opening a pizzeria early this year. The new restaurant, which will go by the name White Pie, will feature a huge, wood-fired oven in the center of the space, surrounded by a pizza bar and communal seating.
The Post Chicken & Beer
There are already two restaurants from the Post Brewing Company in Colorado, one in Lafayette and the other in Longmont. Now, the company is expanding into the Denver area with The Post Chicken & Beer, which will open later this year on South Broadway. Denver foodies are already anxiously awaiting the opening of this restaurant, which is famous for its crispy fried chicken and beer.
Stella’s on 16th
Opening in late January, Stella’s on 16
th is expected to be a café-style restaurant serving everything from gourmet burgers to breakfast skillets. The restaurant will also have a full bar and an outdoor dining space complete with decorative fire pits to keep guests warm in the winter.
Punch Bowl Social
Developers broke ground on the Punch Bowl Social location back in September, but the exact opening date is still to be determined. The Punch Bowl Social brand is associated with gaming, so fans can expect the same level of entertainment at this new location, which will feature indoor and outdoor dining areas plus separate spaces for gaming and fun. Take a look inside the future Punch Bowl Social in Stapleton
Lachlan MacKinnon-Patterson and Bobby Stuckey, the duo behind the beloved Frasca Food & Wine, are finally giving into the demands of Denver diners and opening a new restaurant later this year. Tavernetta will feature classic Italian dishes, such as tortellini e brodo and pasta carbonara, along with an extensive wine list. If you’re looking for authentic Italian food, Tavernetta is the place to go. In fact, the chef, Ian Wortham, has even made multiple trips to Sicily to research the cuisine.
Hickory & Ash
Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, Hickory & Ash will begin serving the Denver community in April of this year. Eco-conscious diners will love that the menu features locally sourced and sustainable foods, including short rib pastrami, glazed bone-in pork chop, and steak tartare. If you’re a vegetarian, you won’t go home hungry when you dine at Hickory & Ash. The menu also has multiple vegetarian dishes that pair brilliantly with the unique craft cocktails and local brews.
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