With a 3-ton meat smoker fired up with practiced recipes, a first-time restaurant owner opened the doors to a new barbecue joint, bar and music hall in Globeville.
Another indoor market and food court is on its way to a former Larimer Street auto shop, and it already has about a dozen vendors lined up to fill the space.
After having to close two locations, a biscuit-based breakfast restaurant is back up and running in a new standalone space.
Justin Cucci is cooking up something new on Tennyson Street – but unlike his hot spots Linger and Root Down, this isn’t the sort of place where diners need a reservation. And the chef has one more idea simmering for another space he leased in the Highlands.
After closing dozens of stores elsewhere across the country, Einstein Bros. Bagels has shut down a shop in Cap Hill.
The local coffee roaster is leaving its normal territory with a new retail location under contract in Englewood.
After extending its nationwide grocer presence, a nearly 100-year-old sausage and meatball maker plans to churn out quadruple the product in a leap to a much larger space next to Park Hill Golf Club.
An Ohio tavern concept with its first Colorado location in the works in Westminster has signed on to a new LoHi apartment development — and that’s just the first drop in the bucket.
A breakfast and lunch eatery has heavy renovations underway at a City Park space where it plans to open a third location.
A former IT professional turned sommelier and cheese aficionado has launched a restaurant, bar and market in the fast-growing Highlands neighborhood.