About a year and a half ago I met my bff for lunch at Fuel.
Joel – “Meet me at the Taxi Development.”
Me – “Where is this place? What’s RiNo? Where is Ringsby Court?”
Long story short – RiNo stands for River North and Ringsby Court is the home of Fuel Café, a funky, hip restaurant that is wedged into an industrial triangle formed by Interstates 25 and 70 and the South Platte River. After a fabulous lunch and several glasses of wine I promise you, we should all know the way to Fuel Cafe.
Fuel’s chef, Bob Blair, has done a great job of creating a venue that serves what he feels like making. The menu reads – due to the season, weather or mood of the cooks, all menu items are subject to change. And they do change – sometimes on a daily basis and sometimes because of the weather. Bob regularly checks the forecast to see what people may feel like eating if it’s snowing, or if it’s 90 degrees outside.
Check out Fuel Café this week for a quick lunch, or small plates and drinks during their Thursday- Saturday happy hour, or an evening with friends for dinner on one of the best patios in Denver. Lunch items on the October menu include banh mi, grinders and lamb wraps. You can’t go wrong with the gnocchi, house made pasta or roast chicken for dinner.
Named by 5280 as one of Denver’s top 25 restaurants, Fuel Café should be on every foodie’s “to try” list.
Fuel Café – Open for lunch during the week and dinner Thursday through Saturday, 3455 Ringsby Court, 303-996-6988, www.fuelcafedenver.com