At the intersection of scratch-to-table and fine-dining and nestled into the front of Aurora’s new, food-driven Stanley Marketplace, awaits one of Denver’s newest, burgeoning eateries. From the wall of windows and modest wooden tables to the subtle poppy motifs scattered throughout the restaurant and splashed across the artwork created by the owner’s grandfather — this modern gastropub has found the perfect balance between tasteful understatement and elegance in all of its elements, even down to its name.
"... the surfers adorned in black wet skins brave the cold January waters, frolicking in the high tides like seals."
Mamma mia is it a beautiful site. I am sure I can recommended it for canoeing or swimming in the summertime, but even wrapped up in a scarf and gloves in the frigid winter air, it was a spectacular site worth seeing.
Whether you are a lover of “la moda” or could care less, I truly believe there is always something to be said about the inspiration that being around this hub of creative energy and "cult culture" of the fashion world brings. There is something so hungry, so driven, so inspired and so persistent about this industry.