The Way Back restaurant closes next month to head to Tennyson Street

After little more than a year slinging craft cocktails and sustainable fare, The Way Back will close up shop at 4132 W. 38th Ave.

The patio at The Way Back. (Courtesy of Baltz & Co.)
The patio at The Way Back. (Courtesy of Baltz & Co.)

After little more than a year slinging craft cocktails and sustainable fare, The Way Back plans to close up shop next month in West Highland and begin work moving somewhere else in the area.



Local(ish) Market open at Union Station to upgrade your commute

No train station is really complete without a convenience store. Denver’s Union Station just got one.

The Local(ish) Market at Union Station, July 26, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) union station; food; restaurant; beer; denver; colorado; denverite; kevinjbeaty;
The Local(ish) Market at Union Station, July 26, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

No train station is really complete without a convenience store — someplace to grab a snack and some earbuds because you forgot yours.

Union Station was missing that until about a month ago, when the Local(ish) Market opened at the end of the train platform. And because this is Denver, it’s not your average bodega.


Outdoor recreation industry sends Utah final reminder why it’s moving its lucrative trade show to Denver

Outdoor industry rally in Utah for public lands protections

Corporal Tyler Bukoski, computer maintainer, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, maneuvers, parallel to the floor, along a wall at a rock climbing gym in Carlsbad, California, June 27, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps/Cpl. Emmanuel Ramo)
Corporal Tyler Bukoski, computer maintainer, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, maneuvers, parallel to the floor, along a wall at a rock climbing gym in Carlsbad, California, June 27, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps/Cpl. Emmanuel Ramo)

Brady McCombs, Associated Press

Salt Lake City — Thousands of outdoor recreation industry representatives rallied Thursday at the Utah state capitol to show support for preserving public lands in an event that sent one final reminder why they’re moving their lucrative trade show next year to Denver.