New York-based Quality Branded
will open Quality Italian later this year in Halcyon, a hotel
at 245 Columbine in Denver's Cherry Creek neighborhood.
The menu will offer modern-day adaptations of traditional Italian-American steakhouse fare.
"Denver is rapidly becoming a food destination, and we're excited to be able to take part in its development," says Michael Stillman, president and founder of the Fourth Wall Restaurants, recently renamed as Quality Branded. "We're also thrilled to be bringing the Quality family west."
In addition to the upcoming Quality Italian Denver, the Quality Branded portfolio includes Quality Eats, Quality Meats NYC, Quality Meats Miami, Park Avenue Winter, Maloney & Porcelli and Smith & Wollensky.
"The goal of our Quality restaurants is to provide a contemporary steakhouse experience that speaks to current dining tastes but remains rooted in traditional hospitality," Stillman says. "Whether it's fulfilling a guests's special request or simply providing a great meal, we like sending people home having had a quality experience. It's how we named several of our restaurants, and we though it only fitting that our restaurant group's name reflect those same values."
Developers BMC Investments and Sage Hospitaliy have teamed up to build Halcyon, a boutique hotel with 155 guest rooms, meeting space, a roof-top deck, fitness center and valet parking.
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