Ace Eat Serve features three unique spaces, housed in the old Storz Garage space at the corner of 17th & Pennsylvania. Like it's sister restaurants, Steuben's and Vesta, great attention was given to the design of Ace Eat Serve. Repurposed and recycled materials are used throughout the space to create an industrial design and comfortable setting that compliments the history of the building. Ace Eat Serve was a recipient of the 2012 Mayor's Design Award.
The fun and lively energy of the Ping-Pong hall carries itself to the outdoor Pong tables, picnic tables, and into the dining room. Ace Eat Serve is a different and affordable night out. A drink on the patio, a casual dinner at the Chef's Counter, and some laughs over a game of Pong combine to make Ace Eat Serve a totally new and unique concept to Denver.
Ace Eat Serve prepares Asian-inspired dishes conducive to sharing, drinking and hanging out. Voted as one of the Nation's Best New Bars in 2013 by Food & Wine Magazine, Ace Eat Serve's bar menu features house made sodas, fresh juices, Asian beers and a craft cocktail menu.
The inspiration for Ace Eat Serve came from the love of doing great food in unique spaces, located in vibrant Denver neighborhoods. The design of Ace Eat Serve uses reused, repurposed, and recycled materials to create an industrial design feel that complements the history of the building.
Ace Eat Serve is a place to eat, drink, play, and hang in another unique and creative destination in Uptown
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