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Courtesy of Hop Alley

Hop Alley

Courtesy of Hop Alley
Building on the success of Uncle, his ramen joint, Tommy Lee opened Hop Alley (named for Denver’s long-gone Chinatown) in 2015. Lee’s exhilarating take on Chinese food, with interpretations of Cantonese, Sichuan and Beijing-inspired dishes, among others, paired with a hip-hop playlist create a lively atmosphere and memorable experience best enjoyed with a group for a fast-paced spin through longtime favorites like bone marrow fried rice and la ji zi, fried chicken loaded with mouth-numbing Sichuan chile spice.

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