Venue Info

Appropriately located in an old soy sauce factory and wonton commissary, Hop Alley -- from seasoned Denver restaurateur Tommy Lee -- is a modern Chinese restaurant in RiNo with hip hop, a wood fire, and large format drinks like punch bowls and magnums of wine. The cuisine features regional Hong Kong dishes with modern interpretations, like bone marrow fried rice or the mouth-numbing (in a good way) la zi ji -- fried chicken with dried chiles and Sichuan peppers. With a reservation policy dedicated to large parties only, the 57-seat space is always busy, so be prepared to wait... with a cocktail.

Hop Alley
Denver

Hop Alley

Dag Larson

Appropriately located in an old soy sauce factory and wonton commissary, Hop Alley -- from seasoned Denver restaurateur Tommy Lee -- is a modern Chinese restaurant in RiNo with hip hop, a wood fire, and large format drinks like punch bowls and magnums of wine. The cuisine features regional Hong Kong dishes with modern interpretations, like bone marrow fried rice or the mouth-numbing (in a good way) la zi ji -- fried chicken with dried chiles and Sichuan peppers. With a reservation policy dedicated to large parties only, the 57-seat space is always busy, so be prepared to wait... with a cocktail.