Baseball season is here, and this year Denver's most iconic burger joint is getting in the game.
Some nearby bars reported raking in twice as much (or more) than normal Saturday sales.
The new spot is at 215 E. Seventh Ave., right across the street from Max's Wine Dive and a few doors down from Vesper Lounge.
The Way Back reopens on Tennyson Street on Feb. 27.
The nearly ready ramen comes out of the kitchen in a 300 degree Celsius (572 Fahrenheit) stone bowl, which they cover with a volcano cover -- kazan is Japanese for volcano.
Julep's 3,200 square feet feels fairly intimate, with a small outdoor patio and a mezzanine that offers a view of the kitchen.
Crews are hard at work both preserving and transforming the space that was once the Stapleton International Airport.
Tavernetta makes its highly anticipated debut, bringing Italian regional cuisines to the platform at Union Station
The team behind Frasca Food & Wine is ready to open the doors on its latest project.
The partners who started (and later closed) The Way Back on 38th have started a whole new project: Wayward, inside the old Zengo location.
Denver's newest farm-to-table restaurant, like many of the others, has a local focus. This one, though, is local to a region half a world away.
Clyde quietly closed up for good over the weekend at 112 E. Eighth Avenue.
Bon Appétit released the list of 50 finalists for its annual guide to America's Best New Restaurants, and Denver and Aurora can both boast a spot.
After little more than a year slinging craft cocktails and sustainable fare, The Way Back will close up shop at 4132 W. 38th Ave.
It's been well more than a year since Five Points staple Tom's Home Cookin' closed, and that feels like a century in Denver dining time, especially because it took all that time for something to replace it.
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.
Fear of losing all their earthly possessions can be a barrier for homeless people seeking shelter, services and work.
Two blocks of 21st Street will be shut down to cars this summer to make way for the "Square on 21st," a temporary park in the Ballpark area.
The "vegetable-focused" restaurant is slated to open this fall.