Elegant Dishes in a Laid-Back New Eatery

When elevated French cuisine meets raucous rap music you get Brasserie Brixton

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Want to dine on elevated French cuisine while listening to raucous rap music in a laid-back, casual neighborhood eatery? Then Brasserie Brixton is your spot.

Located in the urban Cole neighborhood north of RiNo, this new restaurant is generating buzz for its modern cuisine with a twist on the French classics. Chef, sommelier and co-owner Nicholas Dalton put street art on the brick walls and ditched the white tablecloths yet offers a refined experience through his elegant dishes. He uses classical French techniques but embraces the flavors of the world, including African and German elements.

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Dalton, who hails from Denver restaurants Mercantile, Atelier on 17th, Le Bilboquet, and Boulder’s Oak at 14th, partnered with husband/ wife Justin Morse and Amy Keil, literally constructing the eatery from two brick walls and a dirt floor into a timeless space with white marble, tile floors, walnut bar and brass finishes. The scene is irreverent and rambunctious, but the food makes a lasting impression.

Brasserie Brixton

3701 N. Williams St., Denver

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