Five Points Delicatessen Fire Ruled Suspicious
Denver fire and Denver police are still investigating a fire above Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen that left one person dead. The fire was reported around 2:30 a.m. at 725 E. 26th Ave. on Monday, May 1.
When authorities responded, they found one person dead in what appeared to be a closet in an apartment on the second floor. Denver Police Department homicide detectives and Denver Fire Department’s arson team are investigating a death that they consider suspicious.
Rosenberg’s has no fire damage, but is dealing with smoke and water damage. The restaurant will be closed until further notice.
Korean Barbecue Opens Location on Broadway
Dae Gee Korean BBQ opened its third location at 460 Broadway on Sunday, May 1. Housed in a former Family Dollar store, the homegrown chain has outposts in Westminster and on Colorado Boulevard.
Expect all-you-can-eat barbecue featuring galbee, beef bulgogi, brisket and pork belly, and Korean comfort staples such as bee bim bop. The Broadway location is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m.
RiNo Bar Revamps Space, Rolls Out Food Program
RiNo Yacht Club is launching a food program in conjunction with the debut of a remodeled space and new spring cocktail menu. The community bar, situated in the center of the Source, has expanded bar space from 12 to 25 seats and added an oyster case and raw bar.
Chef Theo Alley, most recently of downtown’s Squeaky Bean, developed the small menu around seafood and regional coastal cuisine. Expect oysters and caviar as well as Southern staples such as boiled peanuts, buttermilk pie, and ham and biscuits.
A new wine menu will complement the food program, focusing on whites, bubbles and sherry. The cocktail menu, curated by McLain Hedges, will highlight bright flavors and twists on classic styles designed for warm weather.