If you're craving Houston-style po'boys, Post Oak Hall will help you. If you don't know what they are, the Saturday-only lunch business might just get you hooked on the hearty sandwich. Ellen Daenick, who has been delighting us with her deeply flavored Hellimae's Caramels for the last five years, took the plunge and unveiled her first retail operation in the quaint front room of her production facility. Aside from the sandwiches, the space located at 6195 West 44th Avenue, also offers baked goods including kolaches and Hill Country coffee cakes, Vaquero (cowboy) cookies, whiskey brown butter cookies, and icebox desserts like salted caramel banana pudding and trashy lemon pie. Helliemae's signature caramels and sauces are also available only on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Last weekend, Corvus Coffee opened its second retail outpost in the Denver Tech Center at 4925 S Newport Street. The 1,400 square foot new shop features a fancy and cool Kyoto Cold Brew system, which allows staff to feature multiple individual coffees as cold brews. They are available in bottles, flights or in cold brew cocktails.
1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza recently opened its Denver location in Federal Heights. A franchised fast-casual concept with many locations throughout the country, 1000 Degrees aims to bring an American spin on authentic, hand-tossed Neapolitan pizza. It serves personalized, made-to-order pizza using never frozen dough made with Neapolitan flour, available in 10" and 14" sizes. Guests can then choose to create their own pizza or order one of the 1000 Degrees Favorites. Online ordering is available.