We were proud to be invited to cook for Governor Hickenlooper in the Governor's Mansion. Chefs Garren and Jonas did it up right! See the photo album on Facebook.
This profile could have ended up very differently. It could have been about a guy who was so successful early in his career that he just spent his days in the mountains doing what he loved: fly fishing. But it was not to be. Gene Tang (BSBA ’71, MBA ’75) couldn’t say goodbye to his first love: opening and running restaurants. Really good restaurants. See entire article here
Westword's Lori Midson features Garren Teich in this month's Chef and Tell: "Twenty-seven acres devoted to chickens, goats and vegetables. That's where Garren Teich grew up, in farm country north of Philadelphia, where his dad, a horticulturist, tended to a plant nursery while his mother cooked supper -- and taught her son to do the same. "My mom made dinner every night, and even at nine or ten, she was encouraging me to cook," recalls Teich, today the thirty-year-old executive chef of 1515 Restaurant." Read more
Simon says: eat at 1515! Iron Chef (aka the Rock-n-Roll Chef), Kerry Simon could eat anywhere he wanted when he came to town, but we were so honored that he chose to join us for dinner on February 27. We had a wonderful time serving him and were thrilled that he seemed to savor every bite of Chef Garren Teich's fare.
A Recipe for Love | The Denver Post
1515 Restaurant: Truck Unveiling Party a Great Success!
On March 18, 2013, Seattle Fish Company named 1515 Restaurant the winner of its truck photo contest. Chef Garren Teich’s image of Fruit de Mer - featuring lobster, Colorado striped bass, mussels, shrimp, diver scallops and clams in tomato saffron broth - is now featured proudly on one of the trucks. “Our relationship with Seattle Fish Company has spanned 15 years,” said Gene Tang, owner of 1515 Restaurant. “It is important to us to be able to serve fresh products to our customers and SFC allows us to do so with ease. We were overjoyed to win the contest, and we are enjoying serving this dish and others that feature their fresh products in our dining room.”