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Wewatta Point Now Accepting Reservations for Sustainable Seafood

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The raw bar at Wewatta Point
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Right on target, the “sustainable seafood and modern bites” of Wewatta Point is ready to debut in LoDo, a short walk from sibling gastropub Public School 303 and the first expansion from its Studio City, California, roots.

Now accepting reservations beginning with the first official lunch service on Monday, Oct. 16, restaurateurs Grill Concepts Inc. will present what it’s dubbing “new wave inspired dishes,” including seafood and seasonal oysters, from 11.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. daily.

Located and name inspired by its 1607 Wewatta St. address, the restaurant has been teasing menu hints of its raw bar, a not just seafood brunch that includes cheddar biscuits and gravy with country sausage, plus meatier options such as short ribs and a double bone in pork chop and petite filet salad.

Standouts from the West Coast menu include crab deviled eggs, cast iron mussels, Ruby Red trout, whole Thai snapper for two and a lobster roll.

Wewatta Point is also already promising the advent of "lobster Thursday," a Denver variant of its California tradition hosting a special deal on grilled or steamed Maine lobster.

New Wave Seafood from Wewatta Point Coming Soon [EDEN]

Wewatta Point

1607 Wewatta St., Denver, CO 80202

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