Fruition Restaurant is Denver’s favorite place to go for a small, intimate neighborhood dining experience. It’s situated right in central Denver’s historic district where you’ll find comfort food paired with delicious wine and outstanding service. Chef Alex Seidel believes in comfort food served with sophistication in an intimate setting.
You can stop in seven days a week for their seasonally changing menu and wine list located at 1313 East 6th Avenue. Here is a look at what you can experience at Fruition Restaurant.
The restaurant’s menu is simple and elegant. You won’t have to think too hard about what to choose because they are one of those restaurants that simplifies the process and sticks with items that are seasonal. All you’ll have to do is choose your starter, your beverage, your main course and then what you’d like for dessert.
Right now, starters include asparagus veloute, poached halibut cheeks, pasta carbonara, warm spring legume salad and a few more options. Your main course options include the grilled bavette steak, the seared scallops, the maple leaf farms duck breast and the pan roasted rabbit.
Enjoy a finishing touch with dessert like the banana walnut bread, the lemon meringue pie, the miti bleu or the hazelnut chocolate dacquoise. Enjoy an allegro French press coffee or allegro tea. After dinner drinks include 2011 Niepoort, Vintage Port, a Barley Wine and many other delicious options for an indulgent treat.
Enjoy a drink off of the white or red wine lists, a cocktail like the Professor, the Fruition or the Barrel-Aged Manhatten or dive in to a local brew.
You can dine at the neighborhood restaurant, Fruition in Denver’s historic district seven days a week for an excellent dinner for two or with the whole family. Check them out Mondays through Saturday from 5pm to 10pm and Sundays from 5pm to 8pm.