Announcing the Restaurants and Eateries of Denver Fashion Week Fall 2018

by | Nov 2, 2018 | 303 Magazine, Booze, Denver Fashion, Denver Fashion Week, Downtown Denver, Food + Booze | 0 comments


Denver Fashion Week presented by Mile High Luxury Real Estate is back for another full week of fashion, events and of course, food. Continuing on with the theme, we’re announcing the complimentary food that will be present at each night of DFW. Like many of the designers in the shows, some of these restaurants are DFW veterans, while others are new to the shows. Each night offers a unique culinary experience from some of the top restaurants in town. It may be starting to get cold outside, but the food is bound to keep you happy and warm.

Frozen Matter

Photo by Rachelle Foos

Where: 1309, 530 E 19th Ave., Denver
When: Sunday, November 4 (Kids and Local Designers Show)
The Lowdown: Frozen Matter is bringing its handcrafted ice cream and ice pops to DFW in an ice cream cart. The artisanal creamery scoops flavors such as butter pecan, chocolate pb cookie dough, goodtime campfire, white sangria sorbet and more, so you know whatever they’re serving, it’s going to be good. Winter may be coming but that won’t stop us from asking for two scoops.

Hotbox Roasters

Photo Courtesy of Hotbox RiNo on Facebook

Where: 3490 Larimer St., Denver
When: Sunday, November 4 (Kids and Local Designers Show), Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11
The Lowdown: 
It wouldn’t be Denver Fashion Week without our friends from Hotbox Roasters. Count on an assortment of flavorful and delicious doughnuts. Last DFW, we ate lavender lemonade, cookies and creme, s’mores, maple bacon and fruity pebbles to name a few, so expect nothing short of fantastic.

Via Alba

Photo Courtesy of Via Alba Facebook Page

Where: Englewood
When: Sunday, November 4 (Local Designers Show)
The Lowdown: Via Alba is a private chef catering company known for Italian inspired dishes. While the food for the Local Designers show is TBD, their menu includes items such as crispy pork belly, semolina fritters and chocolate truffles. Needless to say, your bellies will be happy.

Mister Tuna

Photo by Danielle Webster.

Where: 3033 Brighton Blvd., Denver
When: Thursday, November 8
The Lowdown: This RiNo restaurant is bringing their woodfired meats and seafood to DFW. Some fan favorites on their menu include the house-made garganelli, the grilled ‘shroom pizza and the Hawaiian brownie. Their menu for DFW will sure to bring some sweet and savory — much like the designers of this runway show night.

Read: Mister Tuna is a Neighborhood Sanctuary of Food and Drinks

Habit Doughnuts Dispensary

Where: 1553 Platte St. #130, Denver
When: Thursday, November 8
The Lowdown: The doughnut shop known for their alcohol-infused doughnuts is coming to DFW. And while we can’t promise the doughnuts will have airplane-sized liquor bottles included, we can promise that you’ll love the colorful and creative array of doughnuts Habit is known for.

Crush Pizza

Photo via Crush Pizza Instagram

Where: 1200 W 38th Ave., Denver
When: Thursday, November 8
The Lowdown: If the name — or place — looks familiar, that’s because it is. Crush Pizza was formerly known as Denver Deep Dish. While their name may have changed, their delicious food hasn’t. Crush Pizza will serve wings and pizza; a classic Thursday night meal. And who says pizza and fashion don’t go together?

The Ginger Pig

Photo by Alden Bonecutter.

Where: Mobile Foodtruck in Thorton
When: Saturday, November 10
The Lowdown: You read that right. We’re bringing a food truck to DFW. This award-winning Asian cuisine inspired truck is serving their famous Chinese smashed cucumber salad. If you haven’t had a chance to try them, now you do. This may be reason enough to come to Saturday night’s show.

READ: Ginger Pig Combines Chinese Cuisine with Comfort Food Feeling


Photo by Lucy Beaugard

Where: 249 Columbine St., Denver
When: Saturday, November 10

The Lowdown: Another DFW staple, Departure is coming back for our fall season and will serve their ocean trout tartare. If you haven’t had the chance to visit Departure at its Cherry Creek location, this is your chance to try the pan-Asian cuisine.

Postino LoHi

Postino bruchetta board and wine on a table

Photo Courtesy Postino

Where: 2715 17th St., Denver
When: Saturday, November 10
What’s on the menu: Would it be DFW without Postinos? A fan favorite at DFW, their fig and mascarpone on bruschetta and spicy pepper jam goat cheese on bruschetta have been known to make people go back for seconds, and thirds and possibly even fourths. Take it from us, you’ll be going back and forth all night.

Read: Postino is Opening a Second Denver Location

The Preservery

Photo courtesy of The Preservery

Where: 3040 Blake St. #101, Denver
When: Sunday, November 11
The Lowdown: We’re having breakfast for dinner on the last night of DFW. The Preservery will serve items from their Sunday brunch menu (think avocado toast, fried chicken or maybe even omelets). Breakfast for dinner is a classic, just like the Hair Show. It’s the perfect way to end the fall season of DFW.

Denver Fashion Week presented by Mile High Luxury Real Estate is November 4 – 11 at Lumenati Productions. For more information visit Tickets to runway shows and workshops can be purchased here.


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