Rye Society is a neighborhood delicatessen specializing in gourmet, made-from-scratch Jewish cuisine using old family recipes with contemporary updates. Our menu is high quality yet unfussy. With rye bread sourced locally from City Bakery, you can be certain you’re receiving the best New York-style comfort food in Denver. We take strides to use sustainably sourced ingredients when possible and offer options for a variety of diets. So, come swing by for a breakfast bagel, enjoy a deli lunch with friends, or hire us for catering.
Who We Are
Rye Society marks a return to Denver’s RiNo neighborhood for owner/operator Jerrod Rosen and his family. Great-grandfather Morris Klausner opened the Golden Rule Dry Goods store in 1922, just seven blocks away from today’s Rye Society location. Additionally, his greatgrandmother opened Rosen's Kosher Café in 1925, his father's parents ran several Rosen's Grocery stores in the 1930's, and his maternal grandfather owned The Oasis Restaurant in the 1960’s – all in Denver. Years later, Jerrod became a French Culinary Institute trained chef who honed his skills at the three Michelin-starred restaurant Per Se with Thomas Keller, and later with hospitality guru Danny Meyer at the award-winning Tabla Restaurant in New York City.
Ross Goldberg is the operating partner of Rye Society. Ross assisted in opening and expanding the Five Napkin Burger brand from one restaurant to seven, up and down the East Coast. From there, Ross moved to Colorado and became the beverage director at Boulder’s Brasserie Ten Ten, where he rose to the General Manager position. Ross is a true expert in restaurant operations, customer service, and creating the perfect experience for every guest.
Rye Society offers the best of traditional Jewish comfort food, right in the heart of Denver. Rye bread, pastries, and baked goods are custom made daily; pastrami is flown in from New York City; lox is flown in from Acme in Brooklyn; condiments, shmears and soups are all made in-house; salads and grain bowls are made fresh to order; and Jerrod Rosen’s Aunt Cindy makes the featured pastries from scratch. There are many gluten-free, organic, and vegan options. Some of Rye Society food is Kosher, as well.View Menus
Rye Society, the restaurant, is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. The menu is unfussy, with uncompromised food quality being our top priority. Breakfast is served all day and includes house made sandwiches. Lunch includes house made sandwich, salad and chilled grain bowl options to eat in or take out.Visit Us
Catered breakfasts include incredible breakfast sandwiches and house made shmears. Lunch and dinner options include New York City pastrami sandwiches, house made salads, fish, meat and cheese platters as well as gourmet lunch boxes for business lunches. Catering orders must be made 12hrs in advance and have a $100.00 or a 10 meal minimum.Learn More