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Watercourse Foods Returns To Its Veggie Roots

WaterCourse Foods
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WaterCourse Foods, Denver's first vegetarian restaurant, will be eating the path of least resistance (its slogan) under direction from Sean Kendrick. The chef, who has over 20 years of restaurant experience, has worked at the restaurant since 2012 and is replacing the recently departed Rachel Kelsey.

Chef Sean Kendrick and his team have developed new comfort food plates to add to the menu. Among them, there is a vegan baked mac'n cheese, a barbecue plate with pulled jackfruit and gluten-free hush puppies, and a new sausage made from barley that even has the tooth of veggie gristle.

"My focus is to create quality food from scratch using fresh ingredients. We will provide our guests a great meal and a great beer all at an even better price," Chef Kendrick says.

On April 28, the 16 year old Uptown restaurant will offer an all-day happy hour ($5 appetizers and drink specials) and samples of its new menu. WaterCourse is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

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Watercourse Foods

837 East 17th Avenue, , CO 80203 (303) 832-7313 Visit Website

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