Located in Denver’s Dairy Block, a refined district for shopping, dining, hospitality and more, For(a)ged is a Japanese restaurant and raw bar helmed by Executive Chef Duy Pham. For(a)ged, a name with dual meaning, references the nature of the ingredients with which Pham works and proudly sources, as well as his affinity for high-end knives, a tool of utmost importance in Japanese cuisine. A Murray Carter Journeyman Bladesmith, Pham forges his own Japanese carbon steel knives, used in the kitchen, as well displayed throughout the lustrous space and available for purchase. The menu highlights local and seasonal ingredients and offers an array of sushi, traditional Japanese small plates and yakitori lounge fare, as well as omakase chef tastings. The drink menu features a variety of signature cocktails, beer and wine, including a selection produced exclusively for For(a)ged by celebrity winemaker Jesse Katz, founder of Devil Proof Vineyards and Aperture Cellars. The dynamic, two-level establishment is comprised of a mezzanine, a private dining room and VIP lounge, all shadowed by a focal chandelier made from 370,000 handwoven crystals. A destination for small intimate affairs and large social gatherings, the sleek lounge atmosphere invites patrons to enjoy dining, dancing and more.