Located within Denver’s historic Tramway Building, originally opened in 1911, The Nickel pays homage to the space that was once used to collect fare from customers riding its resident streetcars: a nickel. Just as the building in which The Nickel is housed has a storied past, the dishes found on the menu at The Nickel all have a story. Menus incorporate the highest quality ingredients from farmers, ranchers, distillers and craft producers, and is comprised of dishes that are easily recognizable and feel simple, but eat complex. The restaurant aims to make all guests feel the warmth of familiarity within its doors, from friendly and knowledgeable service, to the glow of a wood-fire stove, to the comforting aromas of home coming out of the kitchen. The Nickel also offers an extensive charcuterie program that features handpicked meats and cheeses from around the country, while the centerpiece of the restaurant, The Barrel Bar, offers house barrel-aged cocktails, on tap. The Nickel is located within Hotel Teatro, Denver’s original boutique hotel.
For more information, visit www.TheNickelDenver.com