Fat Jack’s Supersubs had locations in LoHi, Baker and Auraria. All have closed.
Crock Spot’s space was previously leased to 14er Brewing. That business never opened because a nearby halfway house didn’t approve of a beer business so close.
Biju’s Little Curry Shop, which has restaurants in RiNo and Berkeley, has signed on to the food hall coming to the former Tony’s Market space.
The Denver convenience store brand has released a rendering of a planned third location, at the site of a former Chinese restaurant along East Colfax Avenue in Denver.
Stanley marketplace veteran Mark Shaker is partnering with three local couples on one, while Chef Daniel Asher, of Boulder’s River and Woods, is involved in the second.
Miguel Martin, owner of Carlos Miguel’s Mexican Bar & Grill, said a failed Highlands Ranch location, which prompted a lawsuit from the landlord, led to the filings.
The 6.7-acre site has largely languished since King Soopers left in 2001, and previous redevelopment plans have fallen through. But Denver’s LCP Development is planning to revitalize the area with a well-stocked food hall.
Shake plates, televisions showing scenery and piped-in rail noises will add to the experience for those who join the Game Train.
Trong Lam, who owns three Pacific Ocean Marketplace stores, wants the new building to have retail and 13 residences.
The building at 3301 W. 38th Ave. most recently housed restaurant Thai Basil.