In August of 2010, after three years in the making, local restaurateur, nightclub owner, hotelier, and developer Jesse Morreale, along with Chef Partner Sean Yontz and their M Inc team (who currently operate La Rumba and Sketch), were pleased to announce the triumphant completion of El Diablo Cocina and Tequileria, adding to the company’s growing roster of prominent Denver hospitality and entertainment properties.
El Diablo Cocina y Tequileria is located at 101 Broadway,
in the heart of the quickly-growing Broadway entertainment
El Diablo’s feel is a combination of rustic traditional, old-world Mexico and the myths of the El Diablo meet the Chicano/Latino/Low-rider culture of the modern U.S. In addition to its striking design, El Diablo features the largest tequila/mezcal selection in the city and an extensive specialty cocktail list. The expansive menu of affordable, traditional and specialty Mexican food is prepared by award-winning chef Sean Yontz, and features a staggering array of items including classic favorites, specialty plates, twelve taco plates, and of course, some classic Yontz surprises. El Diablo is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night daily. Hours of operation: Monday-Sunday, 7am-2am, Late Night Take Out window open until 4am.
In its first year of operation, El Diablo was
presented with 303 Magazine’s Restaurant of The Year 2010 award,
Westword’s Best New Bar 2011 award and5280 Magazine’s
“Top Of The Town 2011” Best Margarita award.
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