Goed Zuur beer bar sets opening date in Denver’s Five Points

Goed Zuur expects to begin pouring life back into a more than 120-year-old spot in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood starting this spring.

2801 Welton Street. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) five points; denver; colorado; kevinjbeaty; denverite;
The future home of Goed Zuur, a pub focused solely on wild and sour beers, at 2801 Welton St. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Goed Zuur expects to begin pouring life back into a more than 120-year-old spot in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood starting this spring.



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Watching the final flurries of this little storm that brought Denver's record high temps to a screeching halt this week. ❄️ I shuffled around my neighborhood in snow pants, looking more like I belonged on a ski slope than the urban streets, but hey, I do what it takes to get the job done. 😉 Happy Friday to all! ✨ . . . . . . . . . . . . #snowstorm #denver #cheesmanpark #denvergram #denverite #coloradogram #denverlife #coloradical #colorfulcolorado #oilpainting #coloradolove #winterstorm #coloradolife #carveouttimeforart #notspringyet #instaart #artoftheday #painting #artlovers #coloradoproud #denverart #denverartist #colorado #pleinair #coloradoart #coloradoartist #coloradogram #pleinairpainting #arteverywhere #milehighcity #denverweather

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Denver Restaurant Week 2017: The reasonable, neighborhood approach

Let’s be real, you’re probably not going crazy during Denver Restaurant Week.

At the new location of Il Posto at 26th and Larimer. (Ashley Dean/Denverite)
At the new location of Il Posto at 26th and Larimer. (Ashley Dean/Denverite)

Let’s be real, you’re probably not going crazy during Denver Restaurant Week. Eating out every night is expensive no matter what and, you know, sometimes you just want a bowl of cereal.

But hey, the offers are almost literally on the table. You might as well have one or two nights out.

So let’s see if we can simplify this. The Denver Restaurant Week website helpfully groups the participating restaurants by broad neighborhood, so we picked one from each group based partly on what looks like the best deal and partly on good old-fashioned subjective personal preference.