Corner House, the Jefferson Park eatery helmed by chef Matt Selby was reviewed this week by the Denver Post. The casual vibe of this restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner six days a week was appreciated by Bill Porter, the newspaper's restaurant reviewer. Porter praised the well-edited menu and recognized Selby as a talented and seasoned chef at the top of his game. The food is vibrant yet accessible, the menu small but well-edited menu, and the drinks created by Gerard Collier fittingly paired with the food.
Porter recommends the grilled avocado salad, which he calls "a great balance of sweet, savory and spicy" and the shrimp cocktail, which, priced at $17, may not have been the best value but it was "executed well, with flavors that popped." The chile-braised short ribs gained high praises as well, along with some of the sandwiches. Porter highlighted "Gina's Pear & Manchego Panini," a grilled sandwich named after chef Selby's wife.
· Dining Review: Corner House, a Great Addition to Denver's Dining Scene [DP]
· Corner House: the Space, Food, and Opening [EDen]
· Matt Selby on Transitions: From Vesta to Corner House [EDen]
Corner House [Photography by Jennifer Olson]