1431 Larimer Street DenverCO80202
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Rioja can be found at Larimer St 1431. The following is offered: Restaurants: Continental. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Denver there are 14 other Restaurants: Continental . An overview can be found here.
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Where to Sit:
For a view into Jasinski's kitchen, snag a seat at the chef's counter.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
Save Money:
If your appetite is light, cozy up to the bar and order from the bar menu. There are several options available, the majority of which are less than $5.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Rioja Restaurant Review:
The simple décor --- crisp white tablecloths, olive green banquettes and white-washed brick --- creates a pleasing play of textures. The same is true of the Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Each plate that comes out of Jennifer Jasinski's kitchen is a little crunchy, a little creamy, a little sweet, a little sour --- with bold, bright flavors. Begin with octopus flatbread, Rioja house salad...
by gayot on March 22, 2017 from gayot
The Ultimate Guide to Dining in LoDo:
Lower downtown has seen tremendous growth in recent years, especially from a dining standpoint. Anchored by Larimer Square and now the freshly revitalized Union Station, the neighborhood is home to some of the city's most celebrated restaurants. Key players like Frank Bonanno, Jennifer Jasinski, and Troy Guard all have multiple concepts in the area, which for our purposes is bounded by Lawrence...
by eater on August 13, 2014 from eater
The 38 Essential Denver Restaurants, July '14:
Today Eater updates the Eater 38, our list of Denver's essential restaurants. This list is our answer to any question that begins with "Can you recommend a restaurant?"

This group of eateries covers the metro area, spans over many cuisines, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs. Every few months, we add pertinent restaurants that were omitted or have recently become eligible...
by eater on July 01, 2014 from eater
1200 Pounds of Swine: Grand Cochon's New King of Porc:
1200 pounds of heritage breed pork, 10 chefs, 3.5 hours. Vegetarians beware, this is Grand Cochon: Cochon 555's pork-de-resistance where the regional Cochon champions compete in a "head-to-tail," winner-takes-all showcase for the title of King or Queen of Porc. This year, chef Ray Garcia of FIG in Santa Monica took the crown and a prize package trip to Rioja.

As we recover from Sunday...
by eater on June 23, 2014 from eater

Information from the business

Rioja (the restaurant) takes its name from Rioja (the wine region) located in the northern area of Spain, just south of the Basque area.Rioja features a menu inspired by Mediterranean ingredients and influenced by local and seasonal products. Our simple decor, hand-blown glass fixtures, copper-topped bar and exhibition kitchen, allows the food to shine.We are just blocks fron the Denver...
by cityvoter on May 13, 2016 from cityvoter