Try Roadhouse Boulder Depot

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5280 Magazine by Carol W. Maybech If you’re looking for a spot to cheer on the Broncos during the playoffs, look no further than the newly opened Roadhouse Boulder Depot. The space alone is worth a visit as the restaurant sits in the Boulder Jaycees Depot, a historic Victorian-era train station that a few years… Read more »

John Shipp honored with Eagle Community Impact Award

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from the VailDaily EAGLE — John Shipp, owner of The Dusty Boot and Luigi’s Pastahouse, is the winner of the 2015 Eagle Community Impact Award. John Shipp is a founding partner in the Roadhouse Hospitality Group that owns and operates 18 restaurants around the state. He was nominated for the award by Eagle Chamber President… Read more »

Wazee Lounge & Supper Club has Stood the Test of Time

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DiningOut Denver & Boulder recently wrote an article about 14 Restaurants That Have Stood the Test of Time, to include Wazee Lounge & Supper Club Staying relevant in the tough restaurant business for decades and more As Denver and Boulder’s food scenes continue to explode, we spend most of our time talking about what’s new,… Read more »

Roadhouse Hospitality Group bringing new concept to Belmar

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Shortly after buying a downtown staple, a Denver restaurant group is headed to Belmar with a new concept. Roadhouse Hospitality Group plans to open Teller Street Kitchen, its 18th Colorado restaurant, this fall in the Lakewood development. Teller Street Kitchen is filling in the former Lane Bryant store at 445 S. Teller St., and Roadhouse… Read more »

Inaugural Keystone Restaurant Week features dining deals, raffle

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Many of the restaurants in Keystone will open their doors a bit early for the summer season on Friday, June 5, for the inaugural Keystone Restaurant Week. More than a dozen locations will offer specials for $20.15 throughout the promotion, which ends Sunday, June 14. “Restaurant Week gives locals an earlier start to the full… Read more »

Roadhouse Hospitality Group Named 2015 Business of the Year

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Colorado restaurant group honored by Vail Valley Partnership Denver, Colorado – May 19, 2015 – Roadhouse Hospitality Group has been named 2015 Business of the Year by the Vail Valley Partnership. The family-owned Roadhouse group, whose restaurants include such familiar names throughout the Denver metro area as the Wazee Supper Club, Reivers, Spanky’s Urban Roadhouse… Read more »

‘Roadhouse’ coming to historic Boulder depot

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The operators of Denver restaurants such as Spanky’s Urban Roadhouse, the Dusty Boot and Reiver’s Bar and Grill have signed a lease to operate a restaurant in the historic train depot at Boulder Junction. This would be the 16th restaurant for the Denver-based Roadhouse Hospitality LLC and the company’s first in Boulder, said John Shipp,… Read more »

The Boot Club Card just got better

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The Boot Card

Roadhouse Hospitality Group is the parent company to The Dusty Boot Steakhouse and Saloon. In an effort to give more value to our valued guests we have expanded The Dusty Boot Club Card. The card is now valid at all 16 of our locations. Locations include:

No dust gathers on Roadhouse execs

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Ed Sealover Reports – Denver Business Journal You may not know Roadhouse Hospitality Group yet. But if brother-owners Dan and John Shipp have their way, you will recognize the name soon. The 24-year-old restaurant group made its most high-profile acquisition in January when it purchased the Wazee Supper Club in downtown Denver. That brought its… Read more »

FOX31 Denver calls Hodsons “unique”

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Meaghan Mooney from the Every Day show on FOX Denver takes us inside Hodsons in downtown Denver, where she says of the chicken slider, “I’ve never had anything like this before.” How does FOX31 feel about the rest of the newly revamped menu? They sum it up in one word: “Yum!”