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Photo Essay: A Good Look at The Source

RiNo's The Source opened in August 2013.

The Source has over 25,000 feet of space.

CapRock Farm is in the center of The Source.

A bartender mixes up a drink at the CapRock Farm Bar.

CapRock Farm Bar serves up hand-crafted spirits from a farm distillery.

A cut of meat hangs in the window at MeatHead.

A selection of local meats from MeatHead.

Fresh vegetables offered at Americanum Provisions.

The Source is a new artisan food market featuring 13 vendors.

Ornamental pumpkins from Beet & Yarrow.

The Source is located in an 1880 foundry building.

Mondo Market offers a collection of cheeses and specialty foods.

Spices line a wall at Mondo Market.

Svper Ordinary opened its doors Nov. 8, 2013.

A variety of jewelry at Svper Ordinary.

Fun, quirky items decorate the walls at Svper Ordinary

People peruse the craft beer at Proper Pour.

A large variety of liquor at the Proper Pour.

Acorn is one of two restaurants located at The Source.

Beer is poured at Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project.

An overhead view of Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project.

The beer menu at Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project.

A couple enjoys flights of beer at Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project.

A view of The Source at night.

The Source, the historic foundry turned artisan market and foodie hub, opened in Denver's RiNo neighborhood in August. With tenants like Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and Acorn, there's plenty of good stuff to drink and eat. And there's nothing else like it in Denver. Confluence Denver Managing Photographer Kara Pearson Gwinn recenty snapped a few shots of the much buzzed-about market.
Zeppelin Development's long-awaited artisan market and bar and restaurant complex, The Source, opened its doors to Denver's RiNo neighborhood in Aug. 2013.

The project took an 1880s-era foundry and repurposed it into the industrially chic home for no less than 10 purveyors of food and drink, including restaurants Comida and Acorn; a brewery in Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project; CapRock Farm Bar from the organic distillery in Hotchkiss; flower shop Beet & Yarrow; a gallery and store in SVPER ORDINARY; Boxcar Coffee Roasters; Mondo Market; Americanum Provisions; Babette's Artisan Breads; a butcher in MeatHead; Collegiate Peaks Bank; and other businesses in an office wing.

The 26,000-square-foot local-centric food emporium is Denver's answer to the Pike Place Market and other landmark culinary retailers. Confluence Denver Managing Photographer Kara Pearson Gwinn recently aimed her lens at the foods, drinks, and people of The Source -- here are the results.

Photos by Kara Pearson Gwinn.
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