Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen is now open a the newly renovated Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. Courtesy photo
Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center announces the Grand Opening of its $5 million hotel renovation, which includes the new signature restaurant, Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen, as well as a redesigned lobby, guest reception and public spaces.
Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen is the property’s signature restaurant. The gastro-pub menu and beer selections give a nod to historic recipes from Colorado pubs, bistros and watering holes. The restaurant space also features several private dining areas, accommodating groups of 10 – 30 people.
“We are excited to introduce Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen to our guests and the local community,” said Ben Hardaway, director of food and beverage at Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. “The Taphouse is all about the beer. We feature Colorado craft beer such as Avery and O’Dell’s, as well as craft spirits from the region. The Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen team works with some of Colorado’s best-known local purveyors, including Lombardi Brothers, Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy and Udi’s Artisan Bread.”
The hotel’s pre-function and public spaces have also been re-designed with warm wood and stonework details, complementing Colorado’s organic landscape. Best known locally for hosting corporate meetings and social events, the new space can accommodate well over 1,000 guests. The conceptual changes have created a fresh and cohesive atmosphere capitalizing on the natural light and architecture present in the atrium foyer. New technology and design has eliminated the need for a traditional front desk. Instead, guests experience a unique sense of arrival with associates greeting arrivals at hospitable reception tables with the ability to utilize mobile devices including iPads for guests departing.
For reservations or more information, call 303-779-1234 or visit www.techcenter.hyatt.com.
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