Patio season is in full swing with two more opening
The new patio at Frank's Kitchen.
New patios are popping up all over town this summer. Star Bar introduced its outdoor "Bar Port" last month, complete with a draft system and a tiki theme. A half-dozen blocks and a world away, Edge at the Four Seazons unveiled its renovated patio in late June.
Elway's Downtown plans on completing its new outdoor space by August 1; that's when City, O' City hopes to open the thirty-seat patio it envisioned when it expanded its dining area and kitchen last year.
And in the meantime, here are two more new patios:
Renegade Brewing's Facebook page
Frank's Kitchen, 2600 High Street, has put the finishing touches on its new outdoor seating area -- a welcome addition to the popular yet tiny space. "It's doubled our seating capacity, which is nice," says Dina Berta, who owns the year-old, eclectic neighborhood joint with her husband, Frank. "It's a great place to enjoy our new fresh-fruit milkshakes."
Renegade Brewing, 925 West Ninth Avenue, has a pop-up patio it sets up on weekends, creating a comfortable spot to drink while dining on street food from Crazy Good Food on Thursdays; Quiero Arepas on Fridays; Denver Pretzel Company on Saturdays and Panini A Go Go on Sundays. A version of this story originally appeared in Cafe Bites, our weekly e-mail newsletter dedicated to food and drink in Denver. Find out how to subscribe to Cafe Bites here.
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