Located in a historic bar in Globeville, Globe Hall just about to turn one and, to celebrate, it has added a new member to the family: Lil’ Betty, the new food truck pictured above. Lil’ Betty is named in honor of the Texas style barbecue smoker.
The fully wrapped and branded vehicle made its first outing at Stem Cider’s CiderGrass event, and is now hitting the streets and making appearances at Denver’s best festivals. It is also available for private events, catering and weddings, and will be making its next appearance at Festivus and the Winter Flea.
Globe Hall is also launching lunch service on Fridays and will host an anniversary celebration in November.
"It’s been an amazing year, and I’m so grateful to our customers, our Lodge Members, our neighborhood regulars and the rest of the community for supporting Globe Hall," says owner Jeff Cornelius. "We’re constantly evolving, and based on demand and feedback, we’re enhancing our menu with new items, expanding our hours and are bringing our barbecue to the masses with the addition of Lil’ Betty."
The anniversary festivities include:
● Thursday, November 3: Halden Wofford & The Hi*Beams and Matt Skinner. Doors open at 8 p.m. - no cover.
● Friday, November 4: Globe Hall will begin serving lunch on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. - in addition to its Saturday lunch service.
● Friday, November 4: Marc Ford (formerly of Black Crowes) & the Neptune Blues Club. Doors open at 8 p.m.
● Saturday, November 5: Open jam featuring members of The Hang Rounders, Jimbo Darville, and other local musicians. Doors open at 8 p.m. - no cover.