The D+S Restaurant Review Crew, from Souders Studios food and beverage photography team, went to Bacon Social House for a February evening. The BSH is at 2434 West 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211 in the Sunnyside neighborhood.
Ambiance – It is tucked back off the street with a very urban vibe and an open bar to the patio for Summer social hours. The inside is modern and urban. It is an inviting space with ample seating.
Sound: Moderate noise level at times but very manageable.
Must Try Eats: We tried the bacon flight which was fun and tasty. The parsnip gnocchi was good as well as the bacon mac & cheese. The pork tenderloin with bacon, butternut puree, brussels, honey poached cranberries and a pork demi glaze was delicious. The plates are fun. The menu is very creative and boasts a breakfast-at-night selection. Nice solid palette presentations. You can share or order your own entrees.
Must Try Sips: Our favorites were the BSH spicy margarita with habanero and the BSH Old Fashioned with their own bacon-infused bourbon.
Service: Service was pretty good and the place has a happy vibe.
Noteworthy Quirks: It is tucked down a walkway so don’t expect to see it from the street.
Chefs Owners: BSH is the brainchild of David Dill with Executive Chef Brian Crow.