The company that brought Denver two-for-one drink booklets is percolating a new program for another sort of beverage.
Huckleberry Roasters and Chris Bell, former Potager chef, are launching restaurant Port Side this spring at Huckleberry’s current coffee house near Larimer and 25th streets.
RiNo-based Ink! Coffee is opening three more cafes in Denver — including a 200-square-foot outpost in a gym, a pair of food carts at a hospital and the chain’s biggest outpost, near DTC.
It may not boast Rocky Mountain views, but a Denver-based burger chain thinks Kansas has the right combination of Colorado-like qualities to host its first out-of-state location.
Company founders Jenni Lyons and Mike Burns leased a new spot because their Brighton Boulevard tearoom is being leveled to build Catalyst, a health care office campus in planning.
July opening set for Cantarovici’s second location in Denver area.
After running what they fancied to be a corner bar of coffee shops for four years, a Denver duo is twisting the concept for a second location in RiNo.
Retro Room owner buys the former Armoury bar, renames it Sidecar
Tietjen opens Fee Fi Pho Fum, a Vietnamese soup concept restaurant, and looks next to Wash Park
Tivoli Brewing Co. and Tom’s Urban are teaming up to open a brewpub at the new airport hotel.