Mexican eatery landing in Platt Park

The former Session Kitchen space is set to house a new tenant. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

The former Session Kitchen space is set to house a new tenant. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

A new Mexican concept is taking over a shuttered South Pearl restaurant spot.

The former Session Kitchen building at 1518 S. Pearl St. sold to Westminster-based Mission Yogurt for $3 million last month. The Platt Park restaurant space will host an upscale version of Mission’s Que Bueno Mexican restaurant concept slated to open early next year.

Mission Yogurt does most of its work in airports, and runs 10 concession businesses at DIA. The South Pearl restaurant will be the second standalone shop Mission has tried in Denver, after opening a Que Bueno in Westminster.

Session Kitchen closed in the summer after a nearly two-year run on South Pearl Street. Breckenridge-Wynkoop owned the Session Kitchen building before unloading it to Mission Yogurt in October.

The former Session Kitchen space is set to house a new tenant. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

The former Session Kitchen space is set to house a new tenant. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

Departing from the airport scene, a local restaurant group has grabbed a $3 million space on South Pearl Street for a second location of its Mexican food concept.

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