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Mercantile Dining & Provision opens in Union Station

Mercantile was designed by Tricia Mueller of Larimer Associates.

Chef Alex Seidel has opened Mercantile Dining & Provision inside historic Denver Union Station.

The 75-seat restaurant will serve dinner from 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 to 11 p.m. on weekends. The market will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and serve gourmet coffee, along with a full menu of freshly prepared breakfast and lunch options. The market is filled with in-house preserved fruits and vegetables, potted meats and seafood, as well as artisanal goods from small producers.

Designed by Tricia Mueller of Larimer Associates, the restaurant and market features a central bar led by Stuart Jensen, formerly of Green Russell. Jensen is creating a culinary-focused cocktail program using house-made ingredients, fresh produce and provisions from the market.

"Tricia took our vision and through her design brought this place to life in a greater way than I could possibly have imagined," Seidel says.

Seidel, winner of Food & Wine's 2010 Best New Chef, is owner of Denver's award-winning Fruition Restaurant. He founded the 10-acre Fruition Farms in Larkspur in 2009, the state's first artisan sheep dairy and creamery.

Evening dining reservations can be made on OpenTable or by calling 720/460-3733.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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