Denver's Northside Loses Another Classic Italian Restaurant as Patsy's Closes

Aug 23, 2016 778

by Mark Antonation

Change and growth continue to define the neighborhood that new arrivals know as LoHi but that longtime Denver residents simply call the Northside. Most notable — for food and history buffs, at least — has been the steady loss of classic red-sauce joints that were the legacy of the Italian immigrants who settled in this part of the city more than 100 years ago.

The latest loss is one of the longest-standing eateries; earlier today, Patsy's served its last plate of pasta after 95 years in business. Owners Ron Cito and Kim DeLancey are retiring from and selling their venerable and beloved restaurant.

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