Chow Morso is the newest tenant at Avanti Food & Beverage, replacing chef Marco Gonzales’ Bixo. Chef Darrel Truett and Ryan Fletter of Barolo Grill will open the new concept next week, bringing Italian street food to the collective eatery.
Ryan Fletter, the owner of Barolo Grill, is a man on the move. A sommelier and general manager of the prestigious 24 year old spot, Fletter purchased the business over a year ago and ever since has felt the bug for growth. Pasta is what is cranking every day in the Barolo kitchen so it just made sense that a casual spot that prominently features various kinds of Italian pastas was to be his next move. Those thoughts were the beginnings of Chow Morso and a lease inside Avanti Food and Beverage is what is making it all reality.
Great American Beer Festival marks a craft beer soaked week in Denver. From mini-festivals and rare beer tappings to beer dinners and educational sessions, the GABF calendar is packed with can’t-miss events.
Avanti Food & Beverage has been the temporary residence and incubator for many successful fresh concepts, some coming from veterans in the restaurant industry and others from fresh faces attempting their first brick-and-mortar. Joining the line-up next week is Chow Morso, which literally means “large portions, small bites.”
Avanti Food & Beverage, a collection of small start-up eateries housed under one cool roof, served by a couple of bars, is a bit of a phenomenon, yet not an unlikely one. The building itself is a reason to visit. Set in LoHi, the repurposed two-level warehouse offers two communal dining areas and bars. The … Continued
Move over Rocky Mountain Oysters, Denver has grown up and its iconic dishes are classic and timeless, yet contemporary. We have purposefully skipped over the nostalgic or outrageous items that the city got a buzz for in the past so don’t expect the Denver omelet or the giant burrito at Jack ‘n Grill, and any weird meat variation at the Buckhorn Exchange on this list.
After returning from a three-week and 5,200-mile road trip, chef Kevin Grossi is ready to bring to Denver his take on American comfort food with the opening Tuesday of The Regional.
This fun number is by far the bestseller on Bamboo Sushi’s Portland menus. We’ll see how it fares in Denver.
Today Eater updates the Eater 38, our list of Denver’s essential restaurants. This list is our answer to any question that begins with “Can you recommend a restaurant?”
When I heard that Bamboo Sushi was opening in Avanti Food & Beverage, I was both pleased and confused. Pleased because the restaurant is the world’s first Marine Stewardship Council–certified sustainable sushi restaurant. That means you can feel good about every single roll and piece of nigiri and sashimi you order. Seven years ago, I attended a symposium in which Kristofor Lofgren, the CEO of Bamboo’s parent company, the Sustainable Restaurant Group, spoke on the topic of seafood sustainability. By all accounts, this is a company that walks the talk.