The Atomic Cowboy and Denver Biscuit Company will bring their pies and biscuits to the Berkeley neighborhood come next spring. The dual concept restaurant and bar will open its third outpost in a space that has been a dance studio for some four decades at 4275 Tennyson Street.
For the design of the 3,000 interior with a towering barrel roof, owner Drew Shader tapped Melissa Friday of Xan Creative. The Denver firm has designed, among others, the ACE space, Snooze and Marco's Coal Fired Pizza, as well as the Atomic Cowboy & Denver Biscuit Company space on South Broadway. "The space will be more open than our other locations," says Shader. "There will be a lot of glass bringing in natural light during the day, but it will also have a very cozy feeling in the evening," he adds.
The menu will expand. "We are adding more choices for kids, a real kids menu; more biscuit choices for kids in particular," Shader explains. He also revealed that a menu expansion is in the works for the other locations as well, with details coming out soon.
The other two locations are at 141 South Broadway and 3237 East Colfax Avenue.
When this third outpost opens, it will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week, and it will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus brunch on weekends.
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