About Our Restaurant

Coming

Mission & Concept

Founded in 2018, Bar Zero’s mission is to create a place of connection through food, intentional community, and professional collaboration for a continued life worth living in recovery. The Bar Zero concept combines health and education, with the fun and connection that sustains long-term recovery success for those in recovery from substance use disorders and breaks down the walls built by stigma and isolation. Our establishment creates a place not just for those in recovery but with the general public as well, in a safe, alcohol-free space created to bring everyone to the table. We provide comprehensive on the job training programs for individuals in early recovery.

Connection / Cuisine / Community

Bar Zero is a 501(c)3 restaurant and sober bar that offers the full experience of a connection-based, high-end recovery establishment with a built-in job training program unlike any other restaurant or existing recovery program. We offer a unique, seasonally rotating menu, with shared small plates and family-style meals in a setting that encourages connection and community. Our vibe is social, healthy, educational, and fun. Bar Zero, will be located in the River North Arts District in the Five Points neighborhood of Denver

The Location

The River North Art District “where art is made” goes by the nickname of “RiNo” and has even adopted a rhino design for its official logo, so look for creative rhinos in art and signage all around the neighborhood! The district’s interesting blend of urban charm and unique industrial revival makes it a great destination for visitors. Historic warehouses and factories now house jazz bars, restaurants, brewpubs, art galleries, and working studios. RiNo boasts a diverse mix of creative businesses ranging from visual artists, designers and furniture makers, to creators of unique outdoor gear and small-batch coffee roasters. The art definitely extends beyond gallery walls in this neighborhood, with its colorful and innovative street art murals in alleys and on buildings around almost every corner! RiNo was also named by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 neighborhoods to visit in the U.S.

Casually Sophisticated Setting

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