Marcella's, an Italian Restaurant, Heads to LoHi
Thursday, September 29, 2016

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR), an Ohio-based group that owns several concepts with multiple locations including Ocean Prime, will open Marcella's, an Italian cafe. The upcoming 5,250-square foot space set at in LoHi at 2505 18th Street (18th and Central), was originally slated to become the Rusty Bucket, a casual pub, part of a group also related to Cameron Mitchell Restaurants.

Looking for a hidden Denver gem? Try there…
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Breaking into Denver’s ever-growing dining scene isn’t easy. Unless there’s hype over an award-winning chef or  an industry veteran, or an opening in an iconic space, it’s easy to slip through the cracks.

The Juicing Tree Returns to LoHi
Monday, September 19, 2016
Juicing Tree

The LoHi satelite location of The Juicing Tree was forced out of its space at 32nd and Tejon when the building that housed it was torn down earlier this summer. Along with the pressed juice business, the neighborhood also lost the Laughing Latte, which did not reopen, Fat Jack Subs, which moved a block away, and Mary Jane's Pizza, a late-night pizzeria that relaunched recently in the Cole neighborhood.

The Future Fate of the Beloved Z Cuisine
Friday, September 2, 2016
Cuisine Bistrot

The closure of eleven year old Z Cuisine prompted some desperation among loyal fans of the LoHi restaurant helmed by French chef Patrick DuPays. Tens of comments on Facebook and on Twitter lamented the shutter of the charming spot with some still holding out hope that the "temporary" closure sign on the door was in fact true. There is bad news and good news.

Patsy’s Inn closes after 95 years of Italian cuisine in Denver
Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Joyce Phillips sped up Navajo Street on Tuesday afternoon, ready to order her favorite meal at Patsy’s, the charming Italian restaurant that has anchored the Highland neighborhood for 95 years. She didn’t notice that employees were taking down the antique lace curtains and covering the windows with white paper.

Old School Italian Icon Patsy's Inn Shuttered in LoHi
Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The oldest Italian restaurant in Denver, Patsy's Inn, has closed its doors yesterday, August 22. Owners Kim DeLancey and Ron Cito, who bought the restaurant ten years ago and continued its legacy, have given up the classic spot that has been in Cito's family, the Aiellos, for most of its 95 years. Patsy's replacement will not be an Italian joint and the couple is promising that the building will stay there.

New LoHi development gets a distillery on the ground floor
Thursday, June 9, 2016

For those that like to sip where they sleep, LoHi is slated to get a mixed-use development with a distillery on its ground floor by summer 2017.

In August, Zakhem Real Estate Group plans to break ground on a $9 million project at the northeast corner of 36th Avenue and Tejon Street across from Lechuga’s Italian Restaurant.

Centric LoHi opens this fall » Centric LoHi
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Centric Lohi

Centric LoHi is the name of the 302-unit apartment community under construction in LoHi, the developer, Southern Land Co. announced today.

Centric LoHi, which will have 9,300 square feet of the ground floor of the 5-story community that is under construction at 18th and Central streets, overlooking downtown.

The Expert Guide to Dining and Drinking in LoHi
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Best Restaurants Bars LoHi

The ever-growing dining scene in Denver's LoHi neighborhood brings everything from casual Italian cuisine to sushi and exquisite cocktails. Whether you're looking for a casual glass of wine or a celebratory romantic dinner, there is a spot that will suit your need.

Startup brewery leases LoHi garage
Monday, April 11, 2016
Photo by Amy DiPierro

Two childhood friends have chosen a shuttered LoHi auto shop garage for their startup brewery.

Willy Truettner, 27, and T.J. Slattery, 28, who met in middle school science class 16 years ago, plan to brew beer and teach home-brewing workshops in the 3,500-square-foot spot adjoining Teatulia Tea Bar at 29th and Zuni.

They signed a lease the first week of March and said they’re on track to open by November.

“We thought, if we’re in LoHi, we’ve got a much higher population,” Slattery said. “We can get a bigger (brewing) system, we can make a lot more beer and it will pay the rent that LoHi charges.”