This restaurant has gone through some changes since it opened in 2002 as Venice. For one thing, it's no longer called Venice -- owner Alessandro Carollo renamed it Chianti, did a little redecorating, and changed the menu to match the name. What hasn't changed are the crowds: Chianti is still packed from open to close.
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Craig D'Alessandro of San Lorenzo Ristorante (see review) is not the only guy to come out of the Il Fornaio restaurant family and make a name for himself in the suburbs. Before he opened Venice in LoDo, before he opened the other Ve...