Since its opening in late January, Work and Class has been packed and there has been at least an hour wait almost every night. Owners Delores Tronco, Tony Maciag, and Dana Rodriguez draw crowds with their food, drinks, and hospitality all summed up in the motto: a square meal, a stiff drink, a fair price. Is it worth the wait? Find out now with the early word on Work & Class.
The Anticipation News: In early 2014, Zagat named Work and Class one of the Most Anticipated Restaurant openings in Denver. Then the Denver Post raved about Work and Class, two days before its official opening; Kristen Browning-Blas called chef Dana Rodriquez's food "focused and deeply flavored."
Eater Heatmap News: The restaurant is number one on the Eater March Heatmap, for many reasons.
The Trend News: Work and Class made Zagat's Hottest Restaurants in 15 U.S. Cities list noting its "dream team of seasoned vets". You'll feel right at home with its "soulful Southern and Latin American Cuisine".
Yelp News: The majority of Yelpers reviewing Work and Class had a great time with 5 stars across the board with reviews such as "Trust me people. This place is amazing." The few negative reviews were in reference to the small portion size and "poor execution."
The Gluten-Free News: Eater named Work and Class among the Top 10 Gluten Free Friendly Restaurants noting its "heavy in rotisserie meat" menu makes it easy to choose gluten-free options.
The Google Reviews: Google has a couple very positive reviews about Work and Class. Both reviews were 5 stars with accolades such as "go here, you will love it!"
Thrillist News: Thrillist named Work and Class one of Denver's Best Winter Openings in late March noting the menus mix "American Comfort and Latin Influences."
— By Katy Hume