Cafe Society

Exclusive first look: Humboldt Farm. Fish. Wine. opens tomorrow in Uptown

Earlier this year, in late April, Strings, the Uptown restaurant that the late Noel Cunningham opened 27 years ago, closed after Cunningham's widow, Tammy, who had been running the restaurant since Cunningham's untimely death in 2011, made the decision to sell the beloved restaurant to Frank Day, founder of Concept Restaurants. And tomorrow, Day, whose company also owns Rialto Cafe, Ignite, Via Baci, Table Mountain Inn & Cantina, the Boulderado, Woody's Wood-Fired Pizza and the forty-year-old Walrus, is opening Humboldt Farm. Fish. Wine., charting a new chapter at the corner of Seventeenth and Humboldt.

See also: Humboldt will open this fall in the former home of Strings

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