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Best New Denver Hot Spot - Humboldt Farm Fish Wine

Humboldt Farm, Fish and Wine LogoThank goodness Denver Restaurant Week will be back for a second week in August!  August 23rd to the 29th to be exact.  Why you ask?  Because I will be going back a second time for dinner to Humboldt Farm Fish Wine!

Located at 1700 Humboldt Street, in the old Strings restaurant location, Humboldt Farm Fish Wine is probably one of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in a long time.  The space is beautiful, in a historic neighborhood of Uptown in Denver, that’s been modernized since the previous tenant.  It’s warm and welcoming with a very unique design.  The food is all natural and sustainable and locally sourced whenever possible.  Some of the companies they work with are Boulder Natural Meats, Full Circle Farm, Osage Gardens, Hazel Dell Mushrooms, Kanaloa Seafood and Niman Ranch, to name a few.  The culture is genuine, inviting and the service it great!

We were at Best New Denver Hot Spot - Humboldt Farm Fish Wine as a party of four and started off with a select combination of both East Coast and West Coast oysters.  Oysters are one of their specialties, with upwards of five to six different types to choose from on a nightly basis.  For first course, we got to try crispy broccoli with a pepperoncini aioli and crispy Brussels sprouts with a spicy truffle chili glaze.  Both were absolutely amazing!  For our main course, we had one Steak...

Union Station and Lodo Neighborhoods Redevelopment Update

What’s been going on at the site and in the area of the new Union Station development since the beginning of the year you ask?  Lots and lots of future housing!  Six different projects to be exact!  Here they are in order from what is going to be completed first to what will be finished by mid-next year.

Cadance at Union Station

Image courtesy of Cadence


Cadence is the first high-rise apartment building in the new Union Station redevelopment field.  It is a 13-story apartment tower with 220 units that is leading the charge of truly transforming the Union Station neighborhood.  It has a very unique design, with a facade that differs in both shape and color between both ends and has multiple setbacks throughout the length of the building.  The 17th Street Gardens are just to the north providing a great public space and a clear path to get through the Union Station neighborhood.  At street level, Cadence has a very inviting main entrance with great ground floor retail presence.  It address is 1920 17th Street.

The Platform Union Station

Picture courtesy of DenverInFill

The Platform

Across the street from Cadence will be another high-rise...