The coverings, some of which were installed prior to Monday, were up ahead of an expected fifth evening of Denver protests over the death of George Floyd.
They will be the hip salad chain’s first locations in Colorado.
“We’re hoping to take Voodoo Doughnuts to the next level,” said Marquez Fernandez, co-owner of The Doughnut Club.
Prior to renovations, the building at 1600 W. 33rd Ave. was an auto mechanic shop.
“Food halls are the antithesis of coronavirus,” said Mark Shaker. “They’re about bringing people close together, so to not have that connection has been challenging.”
The owners of the restaurant, which opened in 1983, said last month that they would close in January 2021.
Parent company Landry’s also owns the Morton’s steakhouse chain.
The chain also permanently closed locations in Rochester, Indianapolis and Richmond recently.
In addition to dealing with the coronavirus fallout, Old Chicago parent Craftworks Holdings is also in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings.
That could mean taking over parking lots, sidewalks and even street space.