Delores Tronco left Denver to open an eatery in New York City’s Greenwich Village just before the pandemic hit. Now, she’s back and opening The Greenwich on Larimer Street.
“Neither of our hearts are really in it anymore. It’s just time for both of us to move on,” said Elle Taylor, who co-owns the local chain with Breezy Sanchez.
Dae Gee Korean BBQ plans to sell its five Denver area locations to franchisees and add up to 10 more in other states by the end of 2022.
Stephanie and Will Naylor purchased 2914 Coffee in May as a way to move to the U.S., but getting here wasn’t easy.
Signs posted at multiple businesses, including Denver Central Market, say “Edens personnel/agents are not welcome.”
Goodly Cookies, a Utah-based chain, will open its first Colorado store at 1750 Wewatta St. in The Coloradan condo building.
The Jewish deli and bakery operated in Cherry Creek for decades, but now it has a new location.
The Rotary, which opened in LoHi food hall Avanti in 2018 and moved to Hilltop last year, also has a deal in the works for an eatery at the airport.
Illegal Pete’s and the parent company of the Cherry Cricket and Wynkoop Brewing topped the list of 400 local recipients with $10 million each.
The event now runs for four days instead of the previous one, but a second Saturday “grand tasting” session had to be nixed.