“I’d been a fan since he was at Acorn and Old Major,” Jon Schlegel said of Amos Watts.
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“They’re a big organization, so they probably see things and are able to fix things we’re unable to,” said Bonanno, who opened it in 2018.
“Building from scratch for us was the only option,” said Marla Yetka, co-owner of Bigsby’s Folly.
Frasca Hospitality Group’s Osteria Alberico will be a spinoff of the company’s Boulder pizzeria.
“We’re just a regular local coffee shop that’s a really nice environment to come into and we’ve got this little specialty element to it,” said Scott Sozio.
Joshua Pollack said he feels “slighted” by the airport concessionaire that would have operated the Concourse B shop.
Just BE Kitchen, which also avoids ingredients like soy and peanuts, already operates in LoHi and the DTC.
The Cake Bar replaces Make Believe Bakery, which was also vegan and was owned by the owners of the neighboring restaurant.
The establishment has been hosting blues bands and serving cajun food for two decades.
Blanchard Family Wines’ new space will be focused on production, although tastings will be available by reservation.