No longer here is There.
The restaurant at 3254 Navajo St. in LoHi announced its closure in a rather ethereal-sounding post to social media on June 1.
“Our connection to this community remains in the spirit of the friendships we have fostered and the memories that will live forever,” the post read. “We are no longer here, but will soon be there… again. With love and appreciation, so it goes…”
Restaurant ownership didn’t respond to requests for comment Friday.
There is just the latest restaurant to announce it won’t reopen as coronavirus-prompted restrictions on dine-in service ease. The LoHi eatery does not appear to have done takeout or delivery during the pandemic.
Partners Andrew Tyler, Oren Cohen and Enrique Margulis launched There in spring 2016, according to an Eater story that year. It followed a sister There location in Telluride, which launched about five years earlier.
The Telluride location of There is still operating, according to its social media presence.
The Denver location’s dinner menu counted lettuce wraps filled with Alaskan king crab or dates and cheese among its starters, along with steamed bao buns and tostadas. Pricier options included the wagyu steak and lamb chops, according to its website.
We’ve added There to our running list of Denver restaurants, which has 20 names, that won’t reopen as coronavirus restrictions ease.