With a 40-foot bar and 400 seats, you're sure to enjoy your visit.
The popularity of food halls is rising faster than rent prices in Colorado! The latest to pop up on the scene is set to bring tasty treats to the south metro area.
Junction Food & Drink, located at 2000 S. Colorado Blvd., will be opening the doors to its 12,220-square-foot food hall this April. It will occupy the same area as the Dave & Busters on the Colorado and I-25 intersection.
"Junction is a chef-driven food hall. Upon launch in the spring of 2020, it will feature inspired creations from both locally and nationally known chefs. Featuring 10 unique concepts, a 40-foot bar, and coffee shop under one roof, Junction brings culinary variety and innovation to the neighborhood dining scene," says the food hall's website.
Junction Food & Drink is located in the Colorado Center. Courtesy of Google Maps.
Located at the Colorado Center, which is centrally positioned to I-25 and the RTD light rail, Junction Food & Drink will sell everything you could possibly want to eat, from barbecue brisket to sushi, and much more.
The lineup, driven by some of Denver's top chefs, includes:
- Big Wave Taco Shop
- Bird on a Wire Southern Chick’n
- Ebisu Ramen and Sushi
- Grind and Grill Burger
- Lazo Empanadas
- Mr. Miner’s Meat & Cheese
- Paciugo Gelato & Caffe
- Shawarma Shack
- Smōk (barbecue)
Not all of the vendors will be cooking when the doors open in April, but they will be available in the future. In addition, there will be a giant bar that is sure to have your favorite drink, a Sonder Coffee & Tea stand, and both indoor and outdoor seating for 400 people.
You can learn more about the market on the Junction Food & Drink website.
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