Metromix drives past the sketch to check out Fuel Cafe
By Erica Boniface
Like most cities, one block you’ll be in a nice part of town and after a couple turns you find yourself looking over your shoulder. “You get a little uncomfortable driving here,” said Fuel Café owner, Bob Blair. Okay, we’re not going to lie—the quaint restaurant located along the Platte River in the RiNo District might not be in the most sheltered parts of town, but we found that’s oddly part of the charm. We can honestly say without being cliché on this one, Fuel Café is literally a hidden gem in Denver.
The Fuel Café opened in 2008 and started out only offering lunch to patrons. After six months, word on the street was out and Fuel Café not only became a business lunch hotspot, but also a go-to for weekend dinner.