Even though The Plimoth recently opened November 2013, it has received loud accolade from food enthusiasts of Denver, including impressing Denver Westword. Chef Peter Ryan, formerly of Z Cuisine and instructor at the Cook Street School of Culinary Arts, is the brains behind Plimoth’s neighborhood eatery theme of homemade, local French and Italian cuisine.
The Plimoth boasts an ever changing menu, as it focuses on seasonal local ingredients. There are classic notes of French and Italian cuisine on the menu with a unique modern spin. The menu items are carefully put together to give a dish that will leave you incredibly satisfied. Examples from the men include:
-Caramelized onion and heirloom bean soup, bacon lardon, crème fraîche, fines herbes
-Cold water mussels, spicy fennel sausage, vino blanco & anise leek broth, grilled baguette
-Vadouvan red lentils & sweet potato ragout, carrot coulis, torn cilantro, yogurt, charred rapini
-Cracklin’ chicken, shrimp etouffeé, laurel scented basmati, freshies
The Plimoth is located off the beaten path in Denver, in the North City Park neighborhood. Make sure you make reservations for The Plimoth, as seating is limited to 40 and can fill fast.
The Plimoth is located at 2335 E. 28th Ave, DENVER, CO 80205.
The Plimoth is open Tuesday-Thursday 4pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday 4pm-10pm; closed Sunday and Monday.