Rodizio Grill, now based in Utah, first opened in Littleton in 1996. That location closed but its 22nd eatery will also be in a southern Denver suburb.
“It was a busy, busy week, but it did not compare to opening day,” said an executive with ViewHouse Ballpark’s parent company. That view was shared.
Rino Country Club customers won’t have to buy memberships or worry about a dress code, but they will need a valid I.D. to buy alcohol.
John Wallrath and Dan Ohlson are leasing the former Vinue Food and Wine Bar space at 2817 E. 3rd Ave. and plan to open Derecho, a cocktail and wine bar.
Pedestrian Shops claims customers can’t use its parking spaces because of My Brother’s Bar’s igloo-like enclosures and picnic tables.
Kardia Coffee finally opened June 16 at 2401 Blake St. after postponing its May 2020 opening due to the pandemic. “It’s a labor of love,” said Allye Wagner.
Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii is headquartered in Denver but hasn’t had any stores here. It also plans to open a shop near Colorado Springs.
CloudKitchens, which has operated in Lincoln Park since January, plans to open a spot at 2171 S. Grape St. near the I-25/Evans Avenue interchange.
Revival Denver Public House will serve Southern-inspired cuisine with Colorado ingredients, such as gumbo with bison, elk sausage and short rib.
Pindustry, the first project in the new Arapahoe Entertainment District, is a two-level restaurant and bar with bowling and arcade games.