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Long Live Real Food


Hi there!
We are The Preservery.
A seasonal restaurant, bakery, marketplace and bar working to build bridges through great food, live music and good old fashioned fun. We are proudly family-owned and operated.


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HAPPY HOUR
Tuesday through Friday, 4pm to 6pm
Saturday, 3pm to 6pm

NEW WEEKEND BRUNCH HOURS!
Saturday, 10am to 3pm
Sunday, 10am to 2pm

Ugly Sweater Brunch

 

 

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Long Live Real Food


Hi there!
We are The Preservery.
A seasonal restaurant, bakery, marketplace and bar working to build bridges through great food, live music and good old fashioned fun. We are proudly family-owned and operated.


 Our Menus    Reservations


HAPPY HOUR
Tuesday through Friday, 4pm to 6pm
Saturday, 3pm to 6pm

NEW WEEKEND BRUNCH HOURS!
Saturday, 10am to 3pm
Sunday, 10am to 2pm

Ugly Sweater Brunch

 

 

 

Food, Music, Community


Food, Music, Community


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For real

Working closely with our local farmers and suppliers, we create dishes that both reflect our surroundings and also utilize exciting and super-flavorful ingredients from near and far whose stories we are thrilled to tell.

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We seek to create great experiences for our guests with our live music performances. Our stage features both DJs and small live groups on a weekly basis, playing a wide variety of artists and styles.

we're in it together

Our mission is to build community through music and food. From sourcing local ingredients to forming partnerships with nonprofits, we are dedicated to giving back to our community, which has given so much to us.

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What's In a Name


The Preservery is a place where enduring recipes and traditional foods are treasured while innovation and creativity are embraced. Where food is made by loving hands with storied ingredients and we tell those stories with intention.

Also, if you hadn't already guessed, we really love preserving food! From cheese and charcuterie to pickles, jams and jellies, preserving reminds us of a time when seasonal and local eating was the norm and homegrown ingredients and home canning kept us ever connected to the food we ate. We believe the world would be a happier, tastier place if we all had the chance to get to know our food in that way again.

What's In a Name


The Preservery is a place where enduring recipes and traditional foods are treasured while innovation and creativity are embraced. Where food is made by loving hands with storied ingredients and we tell those stories with intention.

Also, if you hadn't already guessed, we really love preserving food! From cheese and charcuterie to pickles, jams and jellies, preserving reminds us of a time when seasonal and local eating was the norm and homegrown ingredients and home canning kept us ever connected to the food we ate. We believe the world would be a happier, tastier place if we all had the chance to get to know our food in that way again.

Preservery in the Press (Index)


Preservery in the Press (Index)


Preservery in the Press


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"Filled with light and boasting an airy feel, should be a magnet for food fans in central Denver and beyond. And hey, unlike so many spots in its neighborhood, they actually have a parking lot."

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"...no other restaurant seems to capture the direction of Denver’s food scene as well as this five-month-old newcomer, the brainchild of wife-husband duo Whitney and Obe Ariss. "

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"The menu is designed to rotate with the season, and as far as the summer goes, we're fat and happy. The service too, is great - they have, without a doubt, one of the friendliest staffs around."

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The Cozy Reading Corner


The Cozy Reading Corner


THE COZY READING CORNER


AKA the blog. Because the interwebs don’t really have “corners.”
And when it comes to the subject of food, we’ve got a whole lot to say and share (it’s kind of our thing).