Michael Olsen, who also owns Wicked Garden (1403 Larimer Street), opened Cherry (231 Milwaukee Street) to the public last weekend in the former space that was once home to Bar Luxe, the Milwaukee Grill and the Bay Wolf.
The new dance club, which offers bottle service and has a private VIP r ... More >>
Earlier this year, Michael Olsen tried to open another version of Hush, the nightclub he used to have in the Larimer Square spot now occupied by Wicked Garden. He was met with some opposition from Cherry Creek residents, who opposed his plans to put a dance club in the basement of 250 Steele ... More >>
Lori MidsonWhile Cherry Creek is not the restaurant hot-spot it once was, there's still plenty of action in the area. In a quick turn-around, La Merise is slated to open today in the former home of Argyll, at 2700 East Third Avenue. And Cafe Bisque -- now known simply as Bisque -- is leaving ... More >>
Earlier this year, Michael Olsen tried to open another version of Hush, the nightclub he used to have in the Larimer Square spot now occupied by Wicked Garden, but Cherry Creek residents lined up in opposition to his plans to put a club in the basement of 250 Steele Street.
But Olsen isn't giving ... More >>
Lori MidsonDon't put on your dancing shoes yet, Creekers. After an epic, hours-long liquor-license hearing March 25 at the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses, Michael Olsen's plans to put a version of his Hush nightclub into the subterranean space at 250 Steele Street seem doomed.
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Hush founder Michael Olsen's attempt to get a liquor license for 250 Steele Street -- where he'd like to open a more adult version of Hush, geared to the Cherry Creek crowd, in the former home of Tambien -- has met with some opposition, leading to a many-hour-long hearing last Friday and comm ... More >>
Sign of the times: Liquor-license hearing notice for 250 Steele Street.Restaurants have a tough time making a go of basement space, and the 250 Steele Street address has been a particularly black hole. Although Bistro Adde Brewster had a long run there, the spot has since swallowed up French ... More >>
Lori MidsonMichael Olsen, who ran the original Hush on Larimer Street, wants to put a new Hush in the subterranean space at 250 Steele Street that Tambien surrendered in September. But Olsen isn't going in alone: He has the support of the Little Pub Company, which owns nineteen joints in the ... More >>