DENVER, CO— Denver restaurateurs and brothers Jason, Aaron, and Lucas Forgy announced today their plans to close Block & Larder.
Several years after the successful launch of Freshcraft, the Forgy brothers opened the in-house finish butchery restaurant Block & Larder in Denver’s Tennyson neighborhood in 2015. “We’ve enjoyed serving this great neighborhood, and we are grateful for the incredible support of our customers, staff, and community,” says Jason Forgy. “It’s time to refocus our efforts on Freshcraft.”
Block & Larder will close on Saturday, January 26. The restaurant will operate regular business hours with special discount menus in the meantime.
If you have questions about Block & Larder’s closing, or what’s to come at Freshcraft, contact Emily Hutto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT BLOCK & LARDER
Block & Larder is a Tennyson neighborhood bar & grill, opened by the owners of Freshcraft in 2015. Placing emphasis on sourcing the highest-quality meats, Block & Larder’s menu features in-house butchery, balanced by fresh salads, desserts, and a carefully curated wine, craft beer, cocktail list, and spirits selections. Learn more at blockandlarder.com.
Quickly after Freshcraft’s 2010 opening in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood, the craft beer bar and scratch kitchen established itself as one of the Mile High City’s best craft beer bars. A destination spot for craft lovers, Freshcraft sports twenty taps and more than 100 selections of bottled beers from some of the most noteworthy brewing companies in Colorado and beyond. Find Freshcraft online at freshcraft.com.