The Mediterranean fast-casual chain recently unveiled an updated logo and menu, and is now looking forward at further expansion in Colorado and nationwide.
A Denver restaurant chain sold its Uptown real estate for more than $11 million to an apartment developer, but it will come back bigger and better alongside the new project.
What started as a concession deal for the local coffee chain has spilled over into the lease of a full building on University Avenue that includes a patio and ample parking.
A Mexican restaurant on Colfax Avenue has seized a new space a few blocks east near Aurora.
One of the baristas behind the bar at Wash Perk now owns the local hangout. On July 1, Liz Snyder, 32, took ownership of Wash Perk coffee shop at 853 E. Ohio Ave. She previously ran her own coffee shop in the college town of Oxford, Ohio, for 10 years. Snyder decided to leave Ohio… Read more »
The company has applied for a restaurant liquor license at 614 16th St., one block from Denver Pavilions.
The owner behind several restaurant brands plans on taking two of his concepts into the Tech Center and Stapleton. And he’s also planning a new breakfast spot and a move into the Highlands.
Rolling out its drinks and appetizers menu nationwide, the coffee giant has added more Denver spots to its liquor license requests.
A homegrown fast-casual restaurant chain that bills itself as a healthy option for eating out is sprouting four locations in Colorado and Texas in 2015. And the company’s co-founder thinks that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The restaurant and entertainment spot has ambitious plans for new locations across the country, and it has turned to an equity crowdfunding site to fund the expansion.