First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill

First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill

Park Hill is becoming less and less of a food desert these days. Last week Gretchen Kurtz saluted the Abbey Tavern, which turned a former florist shop on East Colfax into a neighborhood hangout, and yesterday chef/owner Jon Robbins, founder of Gypsy Kitchen, opened Bistro Barbès at 5021 East 28th Avenue. The atmosphere is neighborhood-comfortable but the menu is ambitious, with dishes flavored by North African, Spanish and Middle-Eastern cuisines. We sent photographer Danielle Lirette to take a look; keep reading for a taste of Bistro Barbès.

See also: Second Look: At Papou's Pizzeria, Luke Loukopoulos is still rolling in dough

First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill

Keep reading for more of Bistro Barbès.

First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill
First Look: Bistro Barbes now open in Park Hill

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