Pirate Alley Boucherie Opens at Denver’s Ice House

Pirate Alley Boucherie, a seasonally driven deli featuring po’ boys, sandwiches, melts, salads and small plates, is now open for business inside the Historic Ice House in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood. The concept, driven by Denver Chef Kyle Foster, is open for dine-in and carry out lunch service every Tuesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Pirate Alley Boucherie will also double as event space available for private bookings and parties.

Chef Foster, former owner of Julep and chef at Rebel Restaurant and Colt & Gray, originally launched the concept as Pirate Alley Po’Boys in 2019 operating out of Julep restaurant in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. With Pirate Alley Boucherie, Foster and his team are bringing a permanent fast-casual lunch option to Downtown Denver.

“We could not be more excited to debut Pirate Alley Boucherie and to bring this concept back to Denver,” said Kyle Foster, chef and owner of Pirate Alley Boucherie. “We are humbled by the overflow of support over the last few years and are proud to offer this new lunch service downtown.”

Named after the famous pedestrian alley in the French Quarter of New Orleans, and inspired by Foster’s upbringing in the South, Pirate Alley Boucherie features NOLA-style Po’Boys, sandwiches, soups and salads, and charcuterie boards – something that Foster specialized in when he served as Chef de Cuisine at Colt & Gray.

The space covers 2,850 square feet inside Denver’s historic Ice House which features large wooden beams, brick walls and an open gourmet kitchen. Pirate Alley’s open seating set up can hold up to 40 people for dine-in service.

In conjunction with Stir Cooking School, owned and operated by Kyle’s wife, Katy Foster, Pirate Alley Boucherie also functions as a private event space for up to 80 people. The multi-functional space is perfect for hosting themed parties, corporate lunches, or for chefs needing a space to host their own event.


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