The latest addition to Denver’s hopping resort restaurant scene could be shocking: It’s positioned on the two-month-old Hilton Backyard Inn by Union Station.
That’s proper. I’ve tried it, and I’m recommending that you just, too, exit to dinner on the Hilton Backyard Inn tonight.
Woodie Fisher — named for one among Denver’s first firefighters — is inside town’s longest-standing firehouse. Its meals is seasonal, with loads of recent greens and Colorado meats, and its chef beforehand led the award-winning kitchen at Denver’s Fruition Restaurant.
“(The menu) is supposed to be Ballpark-neighborhood approachable, however the (Fruition) approach continues to be there,” chef Franco Ruiz instructed The Denver Submit this week. Along with working alongside James Beard Award-winner Alex Seidel at Fruition over the previous six years, he has additionally cooked in Spain and Mexico.
Although Woodie Fisher has been up and operating alongside the resort, Ruiz is simply now debuting his first menus as head chef.
From the spring and summer time dishes, you may attempt his smoked pork quick rib with chicharron crumble and cheddar grits; flatbread with charred broccolini and chili flake; and roasted carrots with harissa, mint and smashed pea yogurt.
In the event you go, search for the model new high-rise resort, after which head for the massive pink firehouse doorways and the 1880s brick constructing subsequent door.
For another thrilling resort eating places close by, try Citizen Rail contained in the Kimpton Resort Born, City Farmer beneath The Oxford Resort and Milk Market alongside the Maven Resort at Dairy Block.
1999 Chestnut Place, 720-643-1909; woodiefisher.com; 5-10 p.m. Sunday by means of Thursday, and till 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday