Denver Café Named In Bon Appétit's Top 50 New Restaurants
Bon Appétit is known for its annual release of the Hot 10: a list of ten new restaurants in the country that the foodie magazine declares are ones to keep an eye on. It recently released its short list of 50 restaurants, and Denver’s own café has made the cut.
The restaurant, Call, opened in December of last year and boasts an eclectic menu that features dishes like a pork and fried egg sandwich, chicken liver mousse, and aebleskivers—Danish pancake balls. The café effortlessly transitions from day to night with a variation in the menus, plus a robust cocktail menu.
Call is one half of the Beckon|Call restaurant duo. Beckon is slated to open in November right next door to Call, and will be its fancier twin with only a tasting menu.
The final 10 Best New Restaurants will be announced August 14.
Photo from the Call café website.
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