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The Scoop on Chow Morso, Barolo’s Venture at Avanti

Here’s what the award-winning team plans to dish in LoHi

Chow Morso salad
Chow Morso salad
Andra Zeppelin

Ryan Fletter, the owner of Barolo Grill, is a man on the move. A sommelier and general manager of the prestigious 24 year old spot, Fletter purchased the business over a year ago and ever since has felt the bug for growth. Pasta is what is cranking every day in the Barolo kitchen so it just made sense that a casual spot that prominently features various kinds of Italian pastas was to be his next move. Those thoughts were the beginnings of Chow Morso and a lease inside Avanti Food and Beverage is what is making it all reality.

Only days away from launching in the space that previously housed Bixo (now closed), Fletter, along with chef Darrel Truett, revealed the menu at the upcoming eatery and it is a winning one! There are four pastas, of all different shapes and sizes and flavors, which can be combines with multiple sauces, a variety of delightful appetizers including the killer fritto misto and even gelato and biscotti, bringing a dessert option that was previously lacking at the hot collective eatery in LoHi.

Here's a visual of what you have to look forward to:


Everything on the menu comes in ‘Chow' (large) and ‘Morso' (small) portions. All the offerings are on the menu is under $15 and include several vegetarian and gluten-free options.

When it opens, Chow Morso will serve from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

Barolo Grill

3030 East 6th Avenue, , CO 80206 (303) 393-1040 Visit Website

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