Touring Denver; Session Kitchen

September 18, 2014

My favorite (and least favorite) thing about Denver is that every place is new to me. But it's so fun exploring all the different neighborhoods around town and trying all the different restaurants. Last night, my friend Caryn and I ventured to Pearl Street to try out Session Kitchen. Their restaurant motto perfectly captures the atmosphere, cocktails and food served.
Sessions are for sharing, globally-inspired, locally sourced and seasonally-influenced, cuisine from vivid iron-clad cookware. Eighteen taps of elevated craft cocktails, elegant beers and esoteric wines, compliment an extensive beverage program designed to awaken every session whether before or after a day well lived. A casual, vibrant, east-meets-west environment enriched by local and international street art provides both the gateway into, and the backdrop for dining, drinking and lingering in three sweeping architectural areas inspired by nature, movement, music, light and art.
If you live in Denver (or not), I highly recommend Session Kitchen, and if you go, try their version of a Moscow Mule, the Cambodian Mule! It has coconut sake in it, and it is yummy. We decided to take advantage of their happy hour menu and ordered the charcuterie, the olives and pickles and the green beans. So far, everything is so flavorful and delicious. I can't wait to go back and try so much more!
The amazing charcuterie. All the meat is house cured and comes with a delicious grilled ciabatta bread & homemade mustard. 
The house cured olives and pickles. Be careful, those tomatoes in the middle are super hot! 
Grilled green beans. Yes, that blue cheese is not paleo, but so good! 
The happy hour menu is so good! Plus they have another huge cocktail menu to go with it! 

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