Tennyson Street in the Berkeley neighborhood is quickly turning into one of Denver's top restaurant strips. Already featuring its own fair share of destination eateries -- from Hops & Pie on one end to Parisi and Cafe Brazil on the other -- the once-sleepy drag is set to get four new places in the c ... More >>
The original Atomic Cowboy rode onto East Colfax Avenue a decade ago, and the bi-level bar lassoed a wide range of regulars when it added to its corral with Denver Biscuit Company, serving early-morning eats, as well as Fat Sully's, for lunch and late-night slices. Fat Sully's already had a walk-up ... More >>
Just this morning, a reader suggested that Fat Sully's, which opened on South Broadway earlier this year, take over the space next door that had been occupied by Crimson Canary until it closed Saturday night. Now that reader is getting his wish: Drew Shader, owner of Atomic LLC, just announced tha ... More >>
Mark MangerSince Drew Shader took over the Atomic Cowboy in 2004, it's evolved -- with the help of his wife, Ashleigh -- into five different concepts. The bar is front and center, but it houses two restaurants -- Denver Biscuit Company and Fat Sully's -- and serves as the commissary kitchen f ... More >>
Mark MangerI spent plenty of hours drinking tap beer over board games back when the Atomic Cowboy, 3237 East Colfax Avenue, was just a fun bar, a great place for socializing that kept the alcohol flowing and the food list negligible.
First Atomic Cowboy started serving pizza, thanks to the addition of Fat Sully's. Now it has fresh biscuits and sausage gravy (made fresh daily), along with other Southern breakfast comfort-food items, courtesy of the Denver Biscuit Company, which just opened inside the Bluebird District hang ... More >>