If you're a jazz fan in Denver, you probably spent some time at Dazzle
, where live music kept the Golden Triangle and Capitol Hill neighborhoods swinging for nearly twenty years. But the hip hangout closed in May, leaving a void in the scene — until last night, that is, when Dazzle held a grand-opening party at its new downtown digs, in the former Baur's Restaurant and Listening Lounge space at 1512 Curtis Street.
A bigger stage, more seating and a high-tech sound system means an improved experience for jazz aficionados, and a new menu from executive chef Mario Godoy, who brings his Italian chops after more than two decades at Piatti
, adds to the music and cocktail experience.
The restaurant and club are now open every night but Monday, with a complete schedule of live entertainment
. See our Dazzle grand-opening slideshow for more photos