Steamboat Springs restaurant’s new location in hot Denver ‘hood.
Two and a half years ago, I learned to appreciate Southern cooking at the original LOW Country Kitchen in Steamboat Springs. Click here for my epiphany. Now Brian and Katy Vaughn have brought LOW to Denver, specifically to LoHi. I love the synergy between these names.
The bar and some tables are located at street level, with the rest of the dining room behind, a few steps higher and separated by a high room-dividing wall. Gray and white are the dominant hues. The food, served family-style to our group of invited media, echoes the fare in Steamboat Springs.
We also sampled meaty pork ribs and shrimp and grits, but they disappeared from the serving plates before I could grab pix. Come to think of it, I think that happened in Steamboat Springs too.
Price check: Starters, $4-$13.75; Salad and Soups (one salad two soups on the menu), $9.50-$10.75; Suppers, $17.50-$22.75; Sides, $4.25-$7.75
LOW Country Kitchen is at 1575 Boulder Street, Denver, 720-512-4168.
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