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.
With new locations in the works in Lakewood and Wyoming, a local pizza brand is switching up its image, in part to distance itself from a quickly-expanding national chain.
With plans to open its first cafe in Aurora next year, a Grand Lake coffee roaster has relocated its roasting operation to RiNo.
Just a few months after getting their first shop up and running, the owners of a teahouse are opening another location in Baker this week with plans to quickly expand.
Departing from the airport scene, a local restaurant group has grabbed a $3 million space on South Pearl Street for a second location of its Mexican food concept.
Competing with the likes of Dave and Buster’s, a gaming restaurant chain is creating a massive location in Stapleton complete with laser tag, large arcade and video game hub.
With help from a Devil’s Food chef, a new restaurant long in the works has debuted in Sunnyside — with a special appetite for everyone’s favorite breakfast side.
A redevelopment project on Welton Street is bringing a new restaurant concept to the table, with the owner of the local Syrup breakfast chain signed on to the bottom floor.
With three more locations to open in the Denver area in the next few months and many more in the works, a fast-casual chain has settled a lawsuit and agreed to change its name.