Book Clubs Welcome
A recent Article from Denver’s own Westword publication responds to the question, “Can you suggest a couple of places where my small book club could meet? There are usually between six and ten of us. We’ve tried a couple of restaurants and here’s what we don’t like. At some places, we can’t hear each other because the noise level is too high to carry on a discussion. Also, we’re a bit profane and don’t want to offend other diners, so feel it would be best if we could sit somewhat apart from others. We’re in our 60s and 70s but will not be stifled. We often trash the Trumpster vociferously and that may offend others.”
“Whether it’s finding the perfect place to celebrate the right occasion, determining what kitchen can accommodate an unusual dietary restriction, or maybe just discovering a new place to satisfy a late-night craving, we’ve got you covered. The Colorado Concierge will help you find the best restaurant, bar or cafe to suit your specific needs.”
Along with a couple other great establishments, Angelo’s is honored to also be listed as a great spot for group meetings. Here’s what they had to say:
“Angelo’s Taverna makes for a great book club destination for both afternoon and evening gatherings. With private dining space, a large patio, and a dining room sectioned off with small dividers, Angelo’s has options when it comes to holding a social gathering that still feels somewhat intimate. Serving classic red sauce-style plates, pizza, and its popular char-grilled oysters, Angelo’s also serves a variety of beer and wine. For a more wine-centered experience, Carboy also offers a tasting room that serves starters, soups, salads, and shared boards. Inquire with the restaurant or winery for any special requests.”
Thanks for the mention Westword and Colorado Concierge!
Check out the full article and list of book-club friednly spots HERE.
We’ll see you all at Angelo’s for your next get-together!