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, what’s hot, and what’s trendy. As hard as it is to open a successful restaurant, it’s even harder to keep it successful and relevant over the long haul—most restaurants don’t live to see their fifth birthday. We wanted to take some time out from our coverage of all that is new and hot in our crazy, exciting restaurant scene to pay homage to 14 restaurants that have been serving our community for 15 years or longer.
Five years after opening My Brother’s Bar, Detroit Natives Angelo and Jim Karagas purchased the old plumbing suppy house at 15th and Wazee and transformed it into their first restaurant. They have been serving award-winning pizza ever since. Located near Denver’s original city hall, it attracted its fair share of local and visiting politicians. Perhaps that is why President Obama visited the restaurant for a slice on his 2014 visit to Denver.