Brodo Italian Scratch Kitchen, which offers a modern twist on traditional Italian dining, is hosting a free summer concert series featuring some of Denver’s brightest new talent. “We are delighted to bring the creative sounds of local artists to our venue to make this the new hotspot for budding new musicians from the Denver Metro Area,” said Jane Knauf, owner of Brodo Italian Scratch Kitchen.
Concerts take place Thursday nights from 5-8 p.m. September shows include 9/6 Brianna Straut, a singer-songwriter from Denver by way of Texas; 9/13 Brendan Doyle, a 23-year-old singer-songwriter breaking into the Denver music scene with an acoustic guitar and his voice; 9/20 Stephen Pamas, a singer-songwriter that has been engaged in the Denver music scene since 2015; and on 9/27 Noah Zinter, who creates a sound reminiscent of an Appalachian revival with just the right amount of moonshine to help the medicine go down
About Brodo Italian Scratch Kitchen
All Brodo Italian Scratch Kitchen master chefs understand that beautiful, exceptional, artisan dishes are built starting with the very best stock. The name “Brodo,” Italian for stock, represents the building blocks necessary to create perfect Italian dishes – food that is nostalgic, simple, fresh, and made from scratch. For more information, please call (303) 953-1121, or visit http://www.brodoscratchkitchen.com. The restaurant is located at 7167 West Alaska Drive, Lakewood, CO 80226.
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