Unassuming from its modest entrance on Pearl Street, Session Kitchen is going to surprise its guests with some serious shock factor once they enter. The open two-story building features 13 thoughtful art installations (including bathroom typography) tied together by bold red and black accents that create an East-meets-West in Colorado vibe. Session Kitchen, both in design and menu offerings— there are three different menus with multi-portion sharable plates— is vivid and larger-that-life, yet ultimately simplistic and not overdone.
"We like open spaces where everyone can see what's going on. We like to create energy in a space," says Breckenridge Brewery Founder and President Ed Cerkovnik. The Breckenridge-Wynkoop company has done just that with Session.
"Think about anything you love to do. If you love music then it's a jam session; if you love snowboarding then its a shred session," says Stefanie Jones who represents the restaurant. Not only is there something for everyone in the restaurant's aesthetic, but also on the menu. Session offers a multitude of sharable plates, many of which are vegetarian and gluten-free. Any dish or cocktail on the menu can be served in a session— a one, two, three or four-portion version made to order.
Session opens to the public this Friday October 25. Stay tuned for a complete menu preview, and more about Session's cocktail program.
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