After a dozen years weathering 70-plus percent taxes in Italy, a pair of Roman restaurateurs face a less-daunting task: Turning an 80-year-old printing press in Curtis Park into an Italian restaurant and brewery.
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It’s school field trip season at Casa Bonita. There were six buses in the lot on Friday.
Big Country Bar-B-Que, which went from food truck to a restaurant, will continue its catering operation and is seeking kitchen space.
Tonali’s Meats, founded in 1963, quintuples its store space with new Park Hill location. The business also has expanded its offerings beyond just meat.
The North Denver burrito landmark will build a bigger restaurant, including a dining room, on its parking lot.
Union Station looks to be getting a bar food, beer and seafood pairing at one of its newest developments.
Voicebox is bringing its act to RiNo.
The company formerly had coffee shops at the top of the 16th Street Mall, in Congress Park and near DTC.
Maybe the third concept is the charm for this LoHi corner.
Troy Guard signed a lease this week to open one of his Bubu quick-service, noodle bowl restaurants on the first floor of Republic Plaza.