“I think it has this magic of being a very nostalgic, retro treat,” said Natalie Slevin of her pastry. “The fact that it’s vegan makes it a little more special.”
“It was a risk. But if you’re in the restaurant business, you’re in the business of risk,” said Rio Grande’s owner, who bought the new real estate last year.
Craig Caldwell is 74 but he likes to keep busy. He’s getting ready to open another eatery, a burger and pizza joint called Troutdale Tavern.
The food hall hasn’t operated since 2020, when it said it was entering “hibernation mode.” The landlord said he’s ready “to bring the building back to life.”
“We wanted a different lifestyle, and opening a restaurant in New York would have been more than we wanted to put in,” said Noisette co-owner Lillian Cho.
Christopher Teigland and his wife Ariana named Glo Noodle House after his mother, “who always took care of people through food.”
The Flyfisher Group’s lawsuit against Coffee at the Point says it paid the owner cash as agreed for the eatery but the owner did not transfer the assets.
Nathan Stern and Zach Cytryn left Broad Street Realty to launch Fuel & Iron, which is opening a Pueblo-themed bar in LoDo and a food hall in Pueblo.
The Denver restaurateurs are buying a K-12 school an hour from the New Mexico border in Le Veta and plan to turn it into townhomes and maybe a brewery.
For the last 38 years, Dwayne Clark has been coming in every day at 4 a.m. and staying until close at 3 p.m. with his wife Tammy.