Bisque got its start as Cafe Bisque, a breakfast-only joint in Lakewood. Over the years, it expanded both its hours and its menu and dropped the "Cafe" from its name. In the fall of 2011, Bisque completed its transformation by moving from the 'burbs to a sleek, two-tiered space in Cherry Creek in hopes of finding an appreciative audience for its New American fare. "I love how we've evolved from a cafe to a bistro to a New American restaurant," says exec chef Gino Marrone, "and I'm all about preparing unpretentious, simple foods made with great ingredients that are both recognizable to the eye and familiar to the palate. My whole philosophy is cooking and serving food with integrity."
"Not a fan of what Cherry Creek has become." That's how chef Chris Cina greeted the news that Bisque had closed. Originally known as Cafe Bisque when it opened in Lakewood a decade ago, Bisque left th... More »
What a month for restaurant openings. Coohills, a French-influenced restaurant from Tom and Diane Coohill, flung the doors open to the public last Wednesday; Ambria unlocks its doors tomorrow, with ch... More »
There's never been a particularly compelling reason for Denverites to waste their mileage on traveling to restaurants in Lakewood, unless you were headed to Cafe Bisque, a vibrant cafe that managed to... More »
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