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Steuben's 2.0 Is Coming to Olde Town Arvada

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The new modern American diner will be set in a former Gunther Toody's location.

Josh and Jennifer Wolkon with Brandon and Emily Biederman
Josh and Jennifer Wolkon with Brandon and Emily Biederman

Restaurateur Josh Wolkon, who owns Vesta Dipping Grill, Steuben's, and Ace, will bring a second location of Steuben's to the edge of Olde Town Arvada. Located in an old Gunther Toody's space at 7355 Ralston Road, the eatery led by chef Brandon Biederman will bring its ever-popular Americana cuisine to the growing population in Arvada. "We see a lot of guests Uptown from the Arvada direction, so the concept is clearly a good fit for the demographic," said Wolkon.

The restaurateur, who has grown his mini-empire over nearly two decades was not seeking to repeat the concept he opened in Uptown in 2006. Two things made the decision easy: He purchased the real estate, a new approach from his other ventures, and has received significant support from the city in Arvada. "The Arvada Office of Economic Development has been instrumental in attracting us to Arvada. They have been great to work with and are very proactive throughout this process," Wolkon explained.

This second version of Steuben's will not exactly mirror its Uptown counterpart. "We have learned a lot at Steuben's since 2006 and this space will give us the opportunity to build an even better version. We look forward to the added kitchen square footage and what that will allow us to do from the culinary side of things," Wolkon revealed.

Chef Brandon Biederman will lead the charge on the culinary side. Expect the new attraction to open late this year.

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