Chef Troy Guard took over 3759 Lipan St., then called Sunnyside Burger Bar, in January.
New owners are trading its drag attire for jerseys and cleats to reboot the Uptown restaurant as a gay-friendly sports bar.
Chris Hynes is planting the seeds for the second outpost of his fast casual brand Superfruit Republic – and this time he’s opted for ground-floor retail in a shiny new apartment tower downtown.
The American Cultures menu also offers chai tea, iced tea, Method Roaster’s cold-brew coffee and Rebel Oats oatmeal.
Snarf’s is taking over the former Sinclair gas station at the corner of South Broadway and Florida Avenue with plans to open a new sandwich shop by the end of 2016.
Kristy Socarras Bigelow is closing down the Boulder outpost of her Cuba Cuba chain at the end of June and opening up in Stapleton at 8261 Northfield Blvd.
Another Denver food truck is settling into a permanent storefront restaurant.
Sweet Action Ice Cream in Baker has started churning at a new ice cream factory, hoping to push more pints onto store shelves just in time for the busy season.
Qdoba, which is owned by San Diego-based Jack in the Box, will close its Lakewood headquarters around Jan. 1 and move to San Diego.
His plan is to tap into a base of current and future Colorado Boulevard residents from a 30-draft-line beer hall across from the former CU Hospital.