Over the past few weeks, businesses have been opening their doors in The Source, Kyle Zeppelin's ambitious project at 3350 Brighton Boulevard, which turned a circa 1880s warehouse (most recently a plumbing supply spot ) into a sleek assemblage of shops, restaurants and general hipness. Comida was th ... More >>
Years ago, when I first met Lance Hanson, he was educating my kid on the etiquette of drinking wine, displaying the proper ways to swirl, sip -- and, in this case, spit, mostly because the kid was barely a day over ten. Unlike his mother, however, the kid, who's now nearly fourteen, is far more into ... More >>
After months...and months...and months of hungry impatience on the part of Denverites yearning for a year-round culinary showroom, The Source, a promising -- and pioneering -- new project from urban developers Mickey and Kyle Zeppelin, the progressive trailblazers behind the TAXI development in Rive ... More >>
Okay, so this morning I posted a contest giving one Cafe Society commenter (and a guest) the opportunity to swell their guts with beer and grub for free at Sunday's Justice League of Street Food bash, which gets started at 5 p.m. and takes place at the TAXI development -- specifically in (and around ... More >>
"I'm bursting at the seams, I'm so excited," says Comida Cantina owner Rayme Rossello, who just inked a deal to open a second Comida in a 2,700-square-foot restaurant space inside the Source, a behemoth indoor artisan European market, conceived and undertaken by urban developer Kyle Zeppelin, that w ... More >>
When the Colorado Department of Transportation put the historic Dotsero Bridge "up for adoption" in late April, the agency caught the attention of at least one person in Denver who just happens to be in the market for a cool bridge to span the South Platte River -- the subject of "Water World," this ... More >>
Craft beer, cured meats and cheeses, bread, chocolate, wine and coffee: All of that and much more will exist under one enormous roof, when the Source, an indoor European market, is unveiled early next year in a 26,000 square-foot 1880s ironworks building in River North.