Three year old Colfax frozen treat spot Ice Cream Riot is growing with a satellite outpost at 2020 Lawrence Street, in a space that once housed Lower 48 and later briefly became home to Pop’s Place. The folks at Ice Cream Riot are partnering with Denver Ted's Cheesesteaks to launch a full cheesesteak restaurant, the ice cream shop, plus a bar, and a patio.
In Longmont, chef Tim Payne announced that he is planning a second location of his Farmer Girl restaurant in the Prospect neighborhood of the small town. A new building about to go under construction will be home to the upcoming farm-to-table spot and an Indiegogo campaign has been set up to help raise funds towards the project. Those who pitch in will be the recipients of several attractive perks (from beer dinners to private dinner parties). The original Lyons location will continue to operate undisturbed. The plan is to open in Prospect by December or January.
Crumb Café, born as a sister spot to Park Hill’s Cake Crumbs, is soon to become a fourth outpost of a Novo Coffee shop, Businessden reported. The space, which originally housed Adagio Cafe, shares a building with Park Burger and High Point Creamery. Novo plans to open its doors at 217 S Holly Street in June.