There are so many new, coming soon, and must-try spots in the Denver area. As you all know, we love supporting local business at The Denver Look and, of course, enjoying the culinary scene while we are at it. So, I’ve put together a quick list for you babes of the hottest and hippest joints in town to try in 2019!
The Rolling Pin Bakeshop
The Rolling Pin Bakery is a vintage style french bakery with no shortage of menu options and original design charm! This European style bakery offers croissants, danishes, morning buns, freshly baked breads, eclairs, and much more – all of which should be savored while enjoying some delicious coffee from CommonWealth. I popped in the other day for a quick cup of coffee and loved the vibe! My fit here is linked below, enojoy babes!
Visit in Person: 2716 Welton Street Denver, CO. 80205
Visit Online: The Rolling Pin Bakeshop
New Israeli, middle-eastern eatery coming to LoHi, Denver! Chef Daniel Asher, who also owns River and Woods in Boulder, is conjuring his family’s Jewish roots and giving life to them here at LoHi’s newest hot spot.
Visit in Person: 2005 W 33rd Ave Denver, CO 80211
Visit Online: Ash ‘Kara
French and futuristic coming to Downtown Denver, combining comfort flavors with French technique and artful presentations! There’s a very successful team behind this unique spot along with a few other poplar spots, known as Senior Bear and Bar Dough!
Vist in Person: 1600 15th St Denver, CO 80202
Visit Online: Morin Denver
Chook Charcoal Chicken
Pop by Chook Charcoal for some yummy counter-service style chicken paired with wines by the half glass or a delicious cocktail! This South Pearl hot-spot is family friendly and serves high-quality rotisserie poultry with charred veggies.
Visit in Person: 1300 S Pearl St Denver, CO 80210
Visit Online: Chook Carcoal Chicken
Chinese-American food meets RiNo hipster lifestyle in this sophisticated yet simple atmosphere at Hop Alley! A must-try, operated by Chef and Owner Tommy Lee who is all abut wine, dried chilis, happy animals, hip hop, paper napkins, pretty ice cubes, sharing, simplicity and irony.
Visit in Person: 3500 Larimer Street Denver, CO. 80205
Visit Online: Hop Alley
Huckleberry Roasters is a contemporary coffee shop in Sunnyside and they strive to be a socially conscious business that and prioritizes in working with smallholder farms and coffee co-ops! They are known for actively supporting local and global community-based organizations, both within & beyond the coffee industry. They also just recently opened up a new downtown location in the Dairy Block
Visit Online: Huckleberry Roasters
Visit in Person: 4301 Pecos St, Denver CO, 80211
Devour the 303
Your local neighborhood eatery serving up some of your favorite foods in Denver’s Platte Park. Devour The 303 will serve typical American fare, with burgers, salads and various entrees with a friendly and welcoming environment for all to enjoy!
Visit in Person: 1135 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80210
Visit Online: Devour the 303
Rye Society is a sustainably sourced, New-York style eatery in the RiNo neighborhood. This high-end deli specializes in gourmet, made-from-scratch Jewish cuisine. Their 120-year-old recipe for pickles is one that can’t be missed.
Visit in Person: 3090 Larimer Street Denver, CO. 80205
Visit Online: Rye Society
XOXO, Olivia Merrill