The Co-Host for the January Denver Happy Hour is Dennis Huspeni (Director of Media Relations, Grayling). I met Dennis through Boots Gifford. He was a journalist with the Denver Business Journal. He wrote several articles quoting me on real estate. He makes you look really good :) He's a incredible guy with a big heart and I would like to introduce you to him.
Dorchester Social Eatery is a cool new restaurant/bar with a great rooftop deck in Downtown Denver. We will meet in a private room on the main level. The decor is very nicely done. See you there!
Dorchester Social Eatery
Thursday, January 8th
Please join us on Thursday, January 8thDenver Happy Hour is the way you want networking to be. Here's the Concept. A New Co-Host(s) & Bar/Restaurant Once a Month. Free Appetizers and Happy Hour Cocktails from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. A Great way to meet new people, catch up with friends, help local businesses and Explore Denver. It's the Best Excuse to mingle during the week. www.denverhh.comDorchesterHappy Hour Specials from 5:30p to 7:30pNetworking 5:30p to 7:30p303-872-5986
1448 Market Street, Denver, CO 80202
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535 16th St. Ste. 820
Director Media Relations(0) 720-370-4893
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Dennis Huspeni, former real estate writer with the Denver Business Journal, is now the director of media relations for Grayling’s Denver office.His specialties include public affairs, public relations, digital, crisis communications and spokesperson training.Huspeni, 46, joined Grayling in June 2014. He’s a veteran newspaper journalist with more than 26 years experience and a News/Editorial degree from the University of Colorado Boulder’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Huspeni’s stories have been published in the Denver Post, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dallas Morning News, Colorado Springs Gazette and most recently the Denver Business Journal, where he covered real estate, retail and Colorado’s marijuana industry. He’s appeared on Denver CBS and NBC stations, as well as MSNBC and Al Jazeera America. The Denver native lives in Parker with his wife and two daughters.
~More about Dorchester Social Eatery1448 Market Street, Denver, CO 80202303-872-5986THE PHILOSOPHYJust steps from Larimer Square, in the heart of the Lodo district sits Dorchester Social Eatery, housed within the historic building on the corner of 15th and Market. Revitalized by the vision of nationally acclaimed designer Jeffrey P. Elliott, Dorchester invokes the atmosphere of an abandoned English Regency manor brought to life. Inside, a sleek, intimate 50-seat restaurant lit with sultry chandeliers leads guests through sweeping stairs to a rooftop garden courtyard edged with hedges and exotic cabanas and surrounded by city views.FOOD AND LIBATIONSInspired by the global nature of the British Empire and by Executive Chef Michel Wahaltere’s European background and extensive travels, Dorchester is one-of-a-kind. At one table, guests can embark on a culinary tour of the world, traipsing from Europe to Asia, from Africa to the Americas.Muddled, shaken and stirred, Dorchester’s signature cocktails blend top shelf liquors with fresh juices and herbs. The focus on the thoughtfully crafted cocktails is complemented by a robust selection of regionally sourced beer. Craft beer is a global beverage that is also intrinsic to Colorado’s culture. As a product of Denver’s deep brewing roots, Dorchester offers an array of over forty craft beers sourced both locally and globally.A meal at Dorchester is a social affair, with plates designed to be shared with friends and enjoyed fresh as they come straight from the kitchen.