February 4, 2017 | 6:58am
The restaurant market is getting tight in Denver, but plenty of chefs and restaurateurs think there's room for more. Do you think we're oversaturated with new bars and eateries, or is there always room for more variety? Either way, these ten breweries and restaurants have announced their intentions to join the fray, some as soon as the end of this month. Keep reading for links to our original stories.
Good River beers were recently on tap at Ale House at Amato's.
Oasis Brewing Facebook page
Good River Beer Company Plans Brewery, Restaurant on South Bannock Street
Quality Italian will serve dry-aged steaks and Italian fare.
What to Expect When Quality Italian Opens in the Halcyon Hotel
Smokin Yard's will soon be smokin' up the Yard on Santa Fe.
Idaho Springs Barbecue Joint Comes to the Yard on Santa Fe
Coming soon to Denver. Really.
Shake Shack Signs for Spot at 30th and Larimer Streets
Oasis Brewing will open inside a former church built in 1931.
Oasis Brewing Will Rise Again Inside Historic Highlands Square Church
Rooster & Moon is closed, but 8th Day Coffeehouse may be taking its place.
Eighth Day Coffeehouse Hopes to Land Rooster & Moon Space, Employ At-Risk Women
Mell's Cheese will soon become Crepes ’n Crepes.
Former Mell's Cheese Space to Become a Third Crepes ’n Crepes
Whole Spanish shrimp are a glimpse into Ultreia's menu.
Courtesy of Ultreia
New Chefs Join Jennifer Jasinski's Team Ahead of Ultreia Opening
McCormick's Fish House occupied this corner for thirty years, but it will soon become Urban Farmer.
McCormick's Closes at the Oxford Hotel; Space Will Become Urban Farmer
The raw ingredients for baked goods from Just Be Kitchen.
Just Be Kitchen Takes Over Former Mona's Space