One of the most whimsical spots in Denver is the dining room at Beatrice & Woodsley. Here you can literally sit among Aspen trunks as you sip drinks from a well thought out cocktail menu. I remember trying some unique and delicious cocktails at B&W well before the mixology trend took Denver by storm.
Founders Kevin Delk, and John Skogstad, who also own Mario’s Double Daughter’s Salotto downtown wanted a restaurant where diners could eat in a room that captured “the wilderness of the city and the solitude of the forest”. When you see the inside of B&W you’ll know they nailed it.
Nestled between funky boutique shops on South Broadway B&W can be a bit difficult to find. Look for the heart hanging above the front door; as it is well worth the hunt. Crawfish Beignets, Risotto Champenoise, Pimento Cheese Cheese Cake, Corn Fed Scallops…….Executive Chef Pete List’s menu is just as whimsical as the dining room.
Try B&W for brunch and then browse the neighborhood shops, or check out their tea service each afternoon. You can also visit Beatrice and Woodsley this Saturday on the Culinary Connectors Denver Top Restaurant Tour.
Beatrice & Woodsley – 38 South Broadway, Denver. 303 – 777-3505
Brunch – Saturday and Sunday 10 – 2. Tea Service – Saturday and Sunday 2 – 4. Daily Cocktail Hour 5 – 6. Dinner – Sunday thru Wednesday 5 – 10, Thursday thru Saturday 5 – 11.