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Dining Out: With Axios restaurant, Greece again smiles on Denver

Posted on Dec 8, 2011

On the short list of restaurants that Denver’s dining scene could use, another Greek place is not an item that springs to mind. But spend any time at Axios, a smart new room in the Berkeley neighborhood, and you will find yourself thinking: Yes, absolutely. Another Greek place. Axios bills itself as an estiatorio, a Greek word that generally translates as “upmarket restaurant,” something a shade more ambitious than a taverna. Axios sits in the space once occupied by Brasserie Felix. The...

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Axios brings Greek to NW Denver

Posted on Nov 5, 2011

BERKELEY – It’s Greek to me and that’s OK. The restaurant at 39th and Tennyson has changed operators and is now serving Greek cuisine with juicy gyros, hearty lentil soup, and all of the zesty, full flavors one thinks about when craving the Greek fare. The bright Mediterranean blue awning stands out against the snow-covered branches. Rich dark brown woods, ceramic tiles, and pendant lighting create an old world ambiance. Large windows on one side make for a bright sunny seating option, while the full bar and...

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New Now: Axios Estiatorio

Posted on Nov 3, 2011

Axios Estiatorio 3901 Tennyson, Denver, 720-328-2225, axiosdenver.com. Open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The look: Ex-patrons of previous tenant Brasserie Felix will recognize the open, airy dining room, though the space has been freshened up with new accents and a room divider. Big windows onto Tennyson Street. On the menu: Greek favorites, prepared with a lighter hand than you’ll find at many Greek restaurants in town. Homemade hummus is garlicky but refreshingly...

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Go Now: Axios Estiatorio | 5280

Posted on Oct 8, 2011

When three-year-old Brasserie Felix closed in July, it hardly came as a surprise. The always-promising French spot rarely delivered—aside from offering Berkeley residents something other than Mexican, Italian, or American-style eats. But two weeks ago, the space at West 39th Avenue and Tennyson Street reopened as Axios Estiatorio, and the restaurant is already making an impression. The menu—which is headed up by chef Royce Oliveira, a Mizuna and Luca D’Italia alum—transcends the expected gyros and...

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