Palizo Italiano brings northern Italian food to Platt Park

Denver’s newest farm-to-table restaurant, like many of the others, has a local focus. This one, though, is local to a region half a world away.

Denver’s newest farm-to-table restaurant, like many of the others, has a local focus. This one, though, is local to a region half a world away.

Palizo Italiano is now serving regional northern Italian food, including house-made pastas, in Platt Park.



Latigo quietly closes, allegedly owing more than $40,000 in rent

Notices taped to the restaurants doors include a demand for payment of rent or possession and a summons to appear in court.

Latigo on Blake Street, Aug. 21, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) latigo; restaurant; lodo; ballpark; denver; colorado; denverite; kevinjbeaty; commercial real estate;
Latigo on Blake Street, Aug. 21, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

When Latigo shut its doors for good earlier this month, the closing seemed to go largely unnoticed. It was noted on Yelp and mentioned in Eater and Westword, but the restaurant itself made no announcement or gave any reason.

But this week, Denverite spotted notices on the front doors ordering the restaurant out within three days of being served. According to the documents taped in multiples to the doors, Latigo owes $40,859.34 in rent, plus interest.