“What we do is something that celebrates the imagination,” founder Steve Fox said. “Denver in so many ways is a perfect site for this.”
A Chicago-based pizza company is joining several fast casual restaurants on the first floor of the California Mall building.
The company, which started in 2010 and has three locations in Denver, leased 6,000 square feet of production space across from one of its shops.
The founder of Carbon Cafe & Bar and Habit Doughnut Dispensary is launching another concept in familiar territory.
It alleges building defects allowed water to pool beneath the floorboards, even after a $250,000 fix.
Four alumni from a pair of Larimer Square restaurants have teamed up to open a new venture elsewhere in Denver.
The Montclair neighborhood has signed on a local pizza shop that aims to be “the high-quality option for delivery.”
The restaurant that dishes up fusion cuisine at two local brick-and-mortar locations has booked prime real estate for a third, but don’t expect the same menu.
A Denver sausage maker is back in the starting lineup at the home of the Colorado Rockies.
Another eatery is willing to give the old college try to a location that’s vexed two previous tenants.