Woodie Fisher Kitchen & Bar
The local gathering spot of Denver’s Union Station neighborhood, offering seasonal & fresh cuisine from Chef Franco Ruiz.
Woodie Fisher is located in the oldest remaining structure in the Union Station Neighborhood, one of Denver’s first fire stations- Hose House No. 1, and named after Redwood “Woodie” Fisher, one of Denver’s earliest fire foremen. The building is featured on the National Historic Registry and includes the original brick exterior, glass ceiling, and outdoor seating with a dog-friendly patio.
Spearheaded by Executive Chef Franco Ruiz, Woodie Fisher offers fire-inspired small plates and Colorado-raised proteins, locally-and seasonably-sourced whole grains and greens, and even nostalgic classics for pre-or post-baseball outings. Craft cocktails, mocktails, and eight rotating beer taps offer visitors a variety of beverage options that pair well with the eclectic food menu.
Located two blocks from Coors Field and three blocks from Union Station, this trendy restaurant should be added to your bucket list for daily happy hour, dinner, and weekend brunch. Woodie Fisher was recently listed as the only Colorado restaurant on Yelp’s Top 100 Restaurants in the country.