The second Tag Burger Bar is set to open this month in Sunnyside, and its owner has several other restaurant projects up his sleeve for 2016.
A trio of brothers are adding another craft brewery to Jefferson Park and will combine the beer venture with a full-service restaurant.
After a burglar took $1,000 cash from an Old South Pearl pizza shop, the restaurant’s owner is offering some extra incentive for potential tipsters: a year of free pizza.
With help from a Carbone’s Deli veteran, a ’90s-themed bar is leaving its Platte Street spot as its landlord plans a new project and landing on Tejon Street in Sunnyside.
After a setback from construction delays, a new RiNo cafe — which also has a full-service kitchen — opened its doors last week.
A bakery at The Source market and its landlord and investor have exchanged lawsuits, with accusations of improper withdrawal of funds and unacceptable building renovations thrown across the mediation table.
Cap Hill’s Angelo’s Italian restaurant is getting a second location, and a new urban winery is in the works at a new Littleton project — a joint venture between Angelo’s owner and a DTC chef.
After more than 20 years, a Lincoln Street bar has shut down, but it will come back to life in a smaller space on Broadway.
The long-standing Southern comfort food spot shut down last week, and its Five Points property sold well above its asking rate for $630,000.
Landing spots in a new Aurora development and on South Pearl Street, a local ice cream chain will bring its total to six locations by next summer.