Wine & Dine in Denver

New Establishments to Wine & Dine in, in Denver.


Lotus Concepts purchased the Victorian building at 20th and Market where Mori Japanese Restaurant used to be and are – very literally – raising the roof to create a unique deck/bar with incredible views of nearby Coors Field, Lower Downtown (LoDo) and the Rocky Mountains. Below the rooftop bar will be two floors of indoor seating and event space as well as a patio and grassy outdoor area for seating and lawn games.

If there is something that Denver loves, its a rooftop deck and this one is quite spectacular. Scheduled to open in February, ViewHouse has several spaces for groups from 25 to 1,000+.

The Arrangers’ team was treated to a sampling of their new menu recently and we unanimously gave it two thumbs up.  Thanks ViewHouse! 

Infinite Monkey Theorem

This urban winery recently debuted a new winery and taproom (or Wine Lab, as founder Ben Parsons likes to call it) in Denver’s up-and-coming River North (RiNo) neighborhood. This 30,000 square-foot plot is now the headquarters of the Infinite Monkey Theorem manufacturing facility and tasting/taproom.

The tasting room only pours Infinite Monkey Theorem wines, available by glass, bottle or can, along with a filtered pear cider. The digs are stylishly decorated with retro sofas and chairs, cement floors and artistic flashes of color, hand-crafted wooden tables and a wooden community table that seats 20.

The Source

This indoor European market will be unveiled in the summer of 2013 inside a 26,000 square-foot building also in RiNo. Local producers will offer local cheese, bread, coffee, beer and more. Caprock’s newest bar and tasting room will also be housed in this transformed 1880s ironworks building.


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