This two-month-old garden-fresh café is the latest delectable spot from Hannah Hopkins (also behind Mambo and the James Beard Foundation-recognized Bésame), who has clearly made her mark on the Boat’s new dawn of culinary prowess. Herbs and edible flowers are plucked from the patio right before your eyes to adorn your dish or morning cocktail. And oh, those cocktails! You may never again be satisfied with a mimosa after you’ve sipped an apricot juice, turmeric, peach bitters, and fresh mint-filled Sunshine Lift or a Candied Ginger Drop made with Denver’s Deviation Distilling Mountain Gin, sweet ginger purée, and Marble Distilling Gingercello.
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