Away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Denver, find Bittersweet Artisanal Cuisine in the Washington Park Neighborhood. What was once a former 1950s gas station is now a high-end restaurant... Read More
Away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Denver, find Bittersweet Artisanal Cuisine in the Washington Park Neighborhood. What was once a former 1950s gas station is now a high-end restaurant serving up thoughtful and innovate dishes like pork belly with strawberry puree and pickled Fresno peppers. Organic produce from two on-site gardens (600-square-feet total) provides many of the fresh ingredients inside the chef driven and chef owned restaurant. The love child of Olav Peterson and Melissa Severson, Bittersweet is the culmination of the couple's hard work and the hope for a bright future and much of what you eat has been created in house (or grown in the garden). Try the smoked mussels to start. While the duroc pork rib-eye (English peas, bacon, truffled pea puree, fried spring onions, natural j�s) or the scallops (smoked rock shrimp & pasilla risotto, sweet corn sauce) are excellent main choices.
- Group Friendly: "Groups can book either one of two separate dining rooms, which can accommodate up to 30 people, or reserve one of the private patios for al fresco parties. The larger patio seats up to 30, while the smaller one accommodates between 12 and 14 people at once."
- Best for Group Friendly Because: Very accommodating for groups up to 30 in either of its separate indoor dining rooms or two private patio areas.