Reader: Range has almost all the requisite hallmarks of a new restaurant in Denver
Range opens today in the stunning former Colorado National Bank building, a circa 1915 structure that's been transformed into the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel. The restaurant, designed to mimic a modern-day whiskey saloon, features executive chef Paul Nagan's "modern interpretation of Colorado cuisine built around live wood-fired cooking, a charcoal grill and smoker."
It also boasts several features common to Denver's newest restaurants, notes one reader, who provides a handy list.
Reclaimed Barn Wood: Check Wood-fired cooking: Check Local: Check Seasonal: Check Craft Cocktails: Check Ampersand: FAIL Almost has all the hallmarks of a new restaurant in Denver.
In a wonderful old building. Have you seen the renovation project? What do you think of Range?
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