Where would you put a new restaurant in Denver? Theo Adley has sold the Pinyon in Boulder. "The truth is that I want to be in Denver," he told Lori Midson. "I want to cook -- and get better as a chef -- in a bigger city with more people and more diversity."
But where in Denver?
I think the Highlands is already full...I recommend further upper Larimer (26th Avenue and north). Lots of interesting spaces begging for a renovation...and bars/breweries/distilleries moving in too.
What Denver neighborhood needs a new restaurant?
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