Francois Safieddine opened ViewHouse, a bar and restaurant about three blocks away, in 2013.
John Slaughter hopes to open Pistol Whip by March. Expect dinner entrees in the $30 to $60 range, and a menu Chef Nicolas Lebas said reflects ‘everywhere I’ve been in the last 20 years.’
Raising Cane’s wants to sell chicken fingers at 1190 S. Colorado Blvd.
FMS, led by California resident Waqas Ali, purchased 2600 N. High St. in July 2016. The last restaurant at the site, Jammin’ Joe’s BBQ, closed in 2014.
Smiling Moose Rocky Mountain Deli exec: “We plan on having this rectified with the Landlord before the end of the month.”
The Portland-based chain, which currently operates in Denver’s Highlands Square, is taking space in a Wash Park building that previously housed a funeral home.
Two attempts at expansion came back to bite Fate Brewing Co.
The seller bought the property, most recently used by Rebel Restaurant, in November 2002 for $388,732.
The restaurant and tourist attraction has operated for 45 years. New owners took over in 2014, and attempted to expand with multiple carry-out locations – an experiment that was short-lived.
Two restaurants that recently closed on the edge of Platt Park will be replaced by a new concept from a former owner of Cap City Tavern in the Golden Triangle.