Re-opening coming soon!

Are you ready for the return of #goodhonestfood?  We thought so.

So we thought to give you a quick heads up! We are almost to the finish line with our remodel. We can’t wait to welcome you back to Fooducopia at the corner of Race and Kentucky Avenue.  Executive Chef Richard Glover and his staff are excited to start serving up #goodhonestfood promptly with our newly remodeled and expanded kitchen.

Be on the lookout for more details on the re-opening.  Until then, enjoy the summer and see you soon.







Here’s how to savor your work week!



Denver Restaurants Wash Park Fooducopia is a great place to savor the work week


It’s that time of the day on Sunday when most of us start looking at our weekday circumstances. Will it be a fun-filled week or will it be a crazy week spent filled with back to back meetings? Regardless of the reward or loss of the week, moments must be taken into account.

Finding the time to savor is harder and harder to achieve these days. Distractions from all sorts of outlets continue to present themselves front and center.

A few weeks ago, my son shared with me he was taking a break from his video games. As he unfolded his reasonings I felt ashamed. By no means not about him. Gosh I was celebrating with a room full of pride. But rather I felt like I had let him down. When was the last time I did a check on my day-to-day circumstances and how they play out.

I quickly realized I was cutting too many corners. Less and less parts of the day to savor. And the most noticeable place was the dinner table. Dinner became less meaningful. I believe food is the centerpiece—but the art of conversation is what enhances the beauty of the table.

I applauded him for taking the first step—to step away. An act to recharge, reset and renew his mind. As for me, I did something else to step away. I got out our fancy tablecloth for dinner last Sunday and made sure to not skimp on dinner plans.

One of my favorite quotes about food is from Kafka: “So long as you have food in your mouth you have solved all questions for the time being.”

As we gear up for the week ahead of us, let’s remember to find time to savor.

During the week if you need a restaurant in Denver to recharge and refuel, be sure to visit us for breakfast, lunch or dinner this week at Denver Restaurants Wash Park Fooducopia—where good honest food meets at the corner of Race and Kentucky Avenue.

Have a great week!








Hop on over for Easter Brunch with us!

Enjoy Easter Brunch in Denver at Fooducopia


Easter Brunch Denver
Easter Brunch Denver begins at Fooducopia where you can enjoy Chef Richard’s Savory French Toast featuring Breadworks brioche, Haze Dell wild mushrooms, organic tomato, spinach, Mini Moo’s chevre & hollandaise.

Celebrate with good honest food


Ready for Easter brunch in Denver? Whether you are looking to celebrate the day for the reason or simply want to gather up your peeps for brunch, Fooducopia Restaurant, voted best brunch Denver, is the place to be. On Sunday, Fooducopia will be open regular hours from 8 am to 3 pm. Executive Chef Richard Glover and his staff promise to offer a brunch that features good honest food. So why not hop on over for Easter brunch with us at the corner of Race and Kentucky Avenue!


Happy Easter!



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Chef Richard’s Chocolate Menu Will Make Your Weekend Amazing 💕

Enjoy Chef Richard’s chocolate-themed menu this weekend!




Valentine’s Day has come and gone.  Looking for restaurants near Wash Park to celebrate your sweetheart this weekend? You’re in luck. Wash Park’s hidden gem, Fooducopia Restaurant, is feeling the love this weekend with its entire chocolate-themed menu.

But wait keep reading. This is not about a sugar fueled-menu. This is incorporating a three-course menu into a dining experience that will leave you and your date impressed. For starters you will be tempted with the choice of a spicy tomato and chocolate soup. Moving on, there is the cocoa roasted butternut squash and chocolate risotto and wild mushrooms. And last but not least is the dessert course. Might I suggest the peanut butter and chocolate bread pudding? It is heavenly.

Make a reservation here. Think of it, as a way to treat yourself and whoever else loves good honest food.




“Wow!” . . . Chef Richard’s Menu for Denver Restaurant Week!

Grab a seat for Denver Restaurant Week!




Pull up a chair—it’s time to start making plans for Denver Restaurant Week! The 14th annual Denver Restaurant Week will take place February 23 – March 4. That means you can enjoy good honest food at Wash Park’s hidden gem Fooducopia at a special $45 prix fixe menu listed below.


Executive Chef Richard Glover’s imagination and culinary skills combine to provide a delicious menu filled with several local ingredients. So now is your chance to grab a seat and save yourself the disappointment of missing out—make your reservation here


1st course

  • beet and cucumber salad with avocado, almond and feta
  • marinated wild mushrooms
  • leek and cauliflower soup with crispy salami
  • house made pate with herb butter and crostini and micro green salad

2nd course

  •  seared scallop with brown butter, walnuts and sage with orzo
  • peppered seared duck breast with mashed potatoes and a red wine pan sauce
  • fried green tomatoes with maple carrots, marinara sauce and seasonal veggies
  • braised lamb shank with root veggies and roasted potatoes
  • steak of the day with steak fries and a creamy blue cheese caramelized onion sauce with asparagus

3rd course

  • flourless chocolate torte
  • traditional cheese cake with fresh berries
  • cinnamon orange rum bread pudding with ice cream
  • cheese board


Fooducopia is located at the corner of Race and Kentucky Avenue in Denver’s beloved Wash Park!

Join us to remember the taste of #goodhonestfood!