LoDo’s newest modern steakhouse, Urban Farmer, started serving three meals a day today. The sprawling posh space located at 1659 Wazee Street can accommodate up to 275 guests in a variety of ways, providing different experiences at the charcuterie bar than one would get in the lounge area or private dining room. The varied ways in which the restaurant can be experienced plus a lavish weekend brunch give reasons to return.
The goal of the design team, led by Melissa Friday of Xan Creative, was to bring together some of the Centennial State’s history and agriculture, blended with some cosmopolitan refinement, now that Denver is all grown up and booming.
Guests will notice rich over-dyed leather throughout the space, and pops of color on walls, carpets, and in art work, rounding out the immediate visual elements. Highlights of the decor include steel spindled walnut dining chairs, oxidized brass light fixtures reminiscent of steer horns, and architectural plays on plaid in the large, multi-media wall sculpture.
Here’s a time lapse of the transformation of the space:
Urban Farmer Denver is thrilled to be open starting this evening at 5pm! We can't believe how far we've come and so excited to meet our guests! #urbanfarmerdenver #eaterdenver #303eats #5280eats #milehighmeat #ranchtotable #nicetomeatyouDikirim oleh Urban Farmer Denver pada 13 Agustus 2017