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BUY YOUR NEIGHBOR A DRINK

There’s commingling in the decor and the hundred-year-old building housing Rita’s Law too, which has been given new life through extensive renovations. Even the concept is a mix: It’s a space designed to host the coffee drinker who works remotely (there are ample outlets available, even on the patio) and those looking to unwind with a drink after a traditional 9 to 5 day.

5280 MAGAZINE, 03/12/19


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REBIRTH OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD BAR

The bar will be outfitted with repurposed material from Denver institutions such as Zang Mansion and Epworth Church, as well as whisky-barrel-inspired bar-back shelves build from staves from Breckenridge Distillery barrels. Its food and drink menu will include products from local businesspeople such as Mary Nguyen of Olive & Finch Eatery and Jordan Fink of Woods Boss Brewing.

denver business journal, 03/05/19

 
 

a welcoming spot for everyone

Comfort and community will be important themes at Rita's Law; there will be plenty of wall outlets so that guests can plug in and work during the day. And at night, Price wants to implement a 9 p.m. toast "as a cheers to everyone around — to take a moment to acknowledge that you're part of a community."

WESTWORD, 02/28/19


denver native returns to open bar

“I always knew I wanted to have a bar, I just didn’t know when or where,” Price says in a press statement. “When I moved back to my hometown, I remembered the rich history and culture of Five Points and decided that it was the perfect location to open a bar — I wanted a neighborhood where a 21-year-old could sit next to an 85-year-old and strike up a conversation.”

EATER DENVER, 02/27/19