Hedge Row, the latest Denver restaurant from The Kitchen, opened this week

Hedge Row — named for the farm where the first iteration of The Kitchen in Boulder got its ingredients — is now serving wood-fired fare at 100 Steele St.

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Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

The team behind The Kitchen opened up a new American bistro in Cherry Creek this week, adding yet another restaurant to Kimbal Musk and Hugo Matheson’s growing empire.

Hedge Row — named for the farm where the first iteration of The Kitchen in Boulder got its ingredients — is now serving wood-fired fare at 100 Steele St.

Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

The menu is sourced from American farms, many of which are local, and highlights include wood-roasted lamb meatballs ($12), dirty rice fritters with buttermilk chive dip ($8), wood-roasted pork chop with summer cherries, braised cabbage and fennel ($30), and whole roasted artichoke ($12).

Roasted artichokes at Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

Roasted artichokes at Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

“In Hedge Row, The Kitchen pays tribute to its sourcing roots — and to all American farmers that produce high quality food ingredients,” Don Degnan, president of The Kitchen Restaurant Group, said in a release. “We are excited to join the Cherry Creek food scenes and add wood roasted dishes served in a high-energy space to the mix.”

Hours are 11 a.m.to close (around 9:30-10:30 p.m.) daily, with happy hour from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)

Hedge Row. (Courtesy of The Kitchen)