Park House

1515 Madison St.
Denver, CO 80206


  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Snack Food
  • Full bar
  • Street Parking
The old house at 1515 Madison Street that is now Park House has gone through several incarnations since it was the elegant Normandy, a French restaurant run by Pierre Wolfe. Among other ventures, it was home to both PS 1515 and the Pink Elephant -- where cops busted burlesque dancers. But in late 2012, Park House opened in the building. It's a real neighborhood spot, a comfortable watering hole on Colfax where you can drop by for a drink or plop yourself in one of the cozy rooms, order a "not-so-basic burger" or a specialty nacho plate (there are eight varieties, including buffalo chicken, Philly cheesesteak, pulled pork and "macho nachos") and make yourself at home for an entire evening. While there’s live music most weekends, Wednesday nights are host to live bluegrass and the popular SoulFax Sessions, featuring members of several local bands.

Upcoming Events Here (2)

Related Stories (14)

Load More Articles
View All

More American Restaurants in Central Denver

  • Cherry Cricket
    Best Of

    Chefs love the Cricket. Softball teams, musicians, Creekers, night creatures and neighbors all lo...

  • The Hornet
    Best Of

    Oh, how things change. What was Mary & Lou's Cafe for a million years is now a trendy diner for t...

  • Racines
    Best Of

    For three decades, Racines has been the meeting spot of first and last resort in Denver. Neighbor...

View All

More American Restaurants in Denver