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Vita Turns the Lights Off, Low Country Kitchen Will Replace It

The spot had been open for a decade


After a decade in LoHi, Vita Restaurant is calling it quits. The restaurant, which had chef Max Mackissock as its opening chef, served contemporary fare, had a full bar, a stunning rooftop patio, and often hosted live music events.This message was posted on the restaurant's Facebook page:

Vita Friends,

Over the last ten years we have had the pleasure of serving our guests and meeting some amazing people.

You have trusted us when you have proposed to your future spouses, had your weddings on our rooftop, and held your important business meetings, rehearsal dinners, holiday parties, presentations, first dates, and other life events. We thank you for entrusting us with these life events and we have always felt honored that you chose Vita as the venue for them.

After ten years, we have decided to pass the torch on to another group that will bring fresh, new, and exciting changes to the space.

We could have never done any of this of course without the many employees that have worked with us throughout the last decade. Thank you all for everything you have contributed to Vita.

Best wishes to all of you that have called Vita home!


Yesterday, the Denver Post reported that Steamboat Springs spot Low Country Kitchen will open a Mile High outpost in the space located at 1575 Boulder Street next year.