Dierks Bentley recently traveled to Denver, Colorado for the official groundbreaking of his fourth Whiskey Row restaurant and bar. This marks the gastropub’s first location outside of his home state of Arizona and current home state of Tennessee.
Located in the historic LoDo district, the establishment is expected to open in late 2021 following a major renovation of existing buildings. This includes a 6,000-square-foot addition, structural and design improvements to maintain the historical components of the buildings, a two-story infill structure and extended patio that will be constructed on an existing surface parking lot. A second-story rooftop addition will be constructed from the historic facade at 1946 Market St., along with a redesigned streetscape to improve the Market Street pedestrian experience.
“It’s really meaningful to me to open up a Whiskey Row in Denver, a city I’ve come to love from the many concerts and visits to the Rocky Mountains over the years,” said Bentley. “We’re very selective in the places we choose, and I’m honored to build something that will contribute to what’s happening down here in the Ballpark neighborhood for years to come. Selfishly, this gives me a great excuse to come back to Colorado to visit, and of course, play some live music here when it’s safe.”
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row is part of a joint venture between Monfort Companies, Iconic Investments and Riot Hospitality Group. Additional team members include Riot Hospitality Group, Alpine Bank, Circle West Architects and Jaco General Contractor, Inc.
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