Kachina Southwestern Grill Opens in Colorado
Innovation meets tradition in this new take on Southwestern fare
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The newest spin on bold, Southwestern cuisine has arrived in Westminster, Colorado.
Kachina Southwestern Grill, which opened late last week, is the newest establishment from Denver-based Sage Restaurant Group. “Kachina will be a go-to dining destination for both locals and visitors alike,” said Peter Karpinski, Co-Founder and COO of Sage Restaurant Group. “The restaurant will showcase the incredible flavors and experience of the Southwest in a vibrant, relaxing atmosphere, featuring the distinctive scene and subtly infused local vibe for which SRG concepts are known and recognized.”
The restaurant highlights traditional Four Corners flavors through menu items grounded in chiles, corn, fresh herbs, and spices. Offering a full selection of authentic appetizers, stews and soups, entrées, and desserts, the Kachina menu also showcases a stand-out collection of Navajo Tacos imagined by Chef Patrick Hartnett, previously of Rafters Restaurant at The Westin Westminster. To enhance the dining experience, a food cart filled with seasonal fare including corn-on-the-cob or custom tamales roams the dining area.
Guests enter the restaurant through the patio, claiming an outdoor bar and scenic view of the Rocky Mountains. Once inside, the space is given warmth by the nature-inspired decor of cascading, wooden lanterns and light, honey wood paneling. A fireplace completes the intimate dining experience, located behind a wall of double-sided sand art.
Kachina Southwestern Grill is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays; reservations are recommended.
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