With liquor license applications in for two of its Denver locations, the coffee giant is hoping to turn its baristas into bartenders.
After a long hunt for the right space, a first-time restaurant owner has pinned down a Sunnyside space for his tavern concept.
Adding more real estate and a new concept to its portfolio, a large restaurant group bought a Cherry Creek sports grill for $4 million. And the company has expansive upgrades in the works.
An ice cream shop that opened about two years ago in downtown Littleton is expanding onto the quickly changing Platte Street.
After meeting with King Soopers reps over a rack of ribs, a 17-year-old Denver barbecue chain is stocking the shelves of 150 grocery stores with its sauce.
A Denver startup is making drinks and dessert a one-scoop stop. The alcoholic ice cream concept opens its first storefront on Colorado Boulevard this weekend.
An online food ordering website is adopting a national brand and aiming at bringing local restaurants’ chow to customers on the outskirts of the city.
After 30 years of helping restaurants develop their concepts, Lisa Ruskaup is finally opening an eatery of her own in the shuttered Paris on the Platte coffee shop.
A naming dispute between New Belgium Brewing and an upstart Texas brewery has been tossed out of court.
Denver will soon have a pair of Black Eyes – the Highlands coffee shop will launch its second location in Cap Hill over the summer.