A workforce of wine professionals identified for his or her hit Italian eating places Frasca and Tavernetta are opening a bar devoted to wine — and vinyl — in Denver.
For 15 years, Frasca grasp sommelier Bobby Stuckey has garnered a following, and loads of awards, at his Boulder restaurant for a curated wine choice stemming from the Friuli area in Italy.
Now he and his enterprise companions — along with managers, cooks and sommeliers from each eating places — are branching out with Sunday Vinyl at Union Station.
It is going to be positioned throughout the best way from Tavernetta, in an area beforehand occupied by a grab-and-go market. Like its stylish neighbor, the bar can be designed by Semple Brown. It’s set to open someday within the fall.
The identify Sunday Vinyl comes from Stuckey’s day-off custom of sitting at house with data, ingesting good wine. Translated to a bar setting, meaning a playlist created by Denver’s personal Vinyl Me Please (a file subscription service).
The soundtrack, in keeping with a launch, is meant to be “boisterous,” the wines “streamlined” and European. The meals will come courtesy of present Frasca chef de delicacies Charlie Brooks, who previously labored at New York’s Gramercy Tavern.
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