Greetings from Den Corner Restaurants
Hello! Yasu here with the latest updates from Den Corner.
I hope you have been well and enjoying this gorgeous weather!
While our 3 South Pearl Street restaurants keep all of us very busy, we are now gearing up for our Den Corner Annual Summer Rooftop Party on August 27th & 28th (tues-weds).
And this is our 4th year and, with each year, it has gotten better and much more exciting!
This Japanese Street Food Festival is a fundraiser - one for ongoing restoration of our hometown's Kumamoto Castle, and the other one for Denver’s non-profit, We Don’t Waste.
For this event, like we do every year, we are also flying in 20 handpicked chef/owners from southern Japan to join this event.
This year, our Den Corner two-day Japanese street fair also brings Denver’s culinary elite, view Chef’s Page,
who hold countless honors; James Beard Awards, Food & Wine “Best Chefs”, and Bon Appetit “Best New Restaurants”.
Please join us if you are around. See details below!
Yasu and Toshi
Den Corner Annual Summer
August 27 (tue) and 28 (wed)
VIP Admission - 5:00pm~6:30pm
Early VIP Entry between 5:00-6:30 PM and you can continue to stay until 9:30pm
$135.00 + tax and online handling charge - 5 drink tickets
Regular Admission - 7:00pm~9:30pm
$110.00 + tax and online handling charge - 5 drink tickets
$90.00 + tax and online handling charge - 3 drink tickets
The tickets are sold only through Eventbrite
No tickets available at the restaurants.
PURCHASE TICKETS NOW
The media sponsor is Dining Out Magazine and Mix100 radio station
What's in the Works!
Summer Cocktails - starting next week, we will be introducing 5 new summer cocktails! Stay Tuned!
Home Cooking Dinner Event in mid-August - 30 guests only - more to come soon!
Fall Sake Event in Mid-September - 200 guests - more to come soon!
With a direct flight from Denver to Tokyo, Japan is now within easy access.
Some of you often ask us to recommend a few great restaurants in Tokyo.
I can share the list of the Top 50 - most influential list.
I also personally lead a small gastronomic tour in the fall.
This year, after visiting Tokyo, we will head for my home island to experience the beauty of Kyushu island,
including seeing the progress of the recovery of the Kumamoto Castle.
This is the island where some of the our restaurants’ fish are from.
If you are interested, please directly contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org now!
No information available at the restaurant.