The owner of two Korean barbecue joints is firing up a third location on Broadway, where he plans to expand on the concept’s bar scene.
After about 10 years away from the Denver airport, the chicken chain is hoping to once again land a spot there, and the matter is set to go before City Council today.
With the demolition of a sandwich chain’s former Broadway building, an Austin taco restaurant is kicking off its 10-shop expansion into the Denver area.
The upcoming Stanley Marketplace development just outside of Stapleton is adding a new restaurant to its lineup: a Mexican spot with locations at the Source and in Longmont.
A San Francisco burger and grilled cheese joint is taking on the Denver food scene with a shop opening next month on the 16th Street Mall, along with four other restaurants along the Front Range.
A corner of East Colfax Avenue is losing its hot dog and pizza restaurants, but a new taco concept is moving into one of the spaces.
A Ballpark Indian restaurant is cooking up plans for a second location set to open this winter and has an eye out for more potential spots in the future.
Turning its roasting expertise onto cocoa beans, a Cap Hill coffee shop is experimenting with its own line of chocolate and is shopping for space to churn out the new product.
Its menu includes rattlesnake brats and camel burgers. And with more eyebrow-raising dishes to come, a food truck business is parking itself in a full-time space in the Highlands.
With several other expansion projects already in the works, a New York-style bagel spot has signed on for a new location in an upcoming Stapleton development.