Starting next week, flyers to and from Denver International Airport will have a handful of new food options to try inside a smaller outpost of Denver Central Market. Sushi-Rama, Vero pizza and pasta, Culture Meat and Cheese, and SK Provisions all open at the A concourse on November 7. At Sushi-Rama, airport diners will be able to order three types of nigiri, eight rolls, and edamame or miso soup. The other stalls will offer similarly succinct versions of their RiNo food menus.
Italian brews and food
Liberati Osteria and Oenobeers officially opens today at 2403 Champa Street. The Italian brewery and restaurant brings a huge dining and tap room, plus an outdoor patio, to the former Golden Bell Press building, Westword reports. Owner and brewer Alex Liberati specializes in Italian grape ales, while chef Marta Biasotti makes Roman pastas and pizzas, as well as gelato, cheese, and salumi, all in-house. The restaurant now serves lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
After nearly 20 years at 14th and Pearl streets, the Cheesecake Factory will close in Boulder on December 29. This latest closure follows news of a number of chains pulling out of Boulder’s iconic pedestrian stretch, from Olive Garden to Applebee’s and TGI Fridays, The Know reports. A new tenant for the space has yet to be announced.
- Cheesecake Factory calling it quits after 19 years in Boulder [DP]
- Liberati Is Ready to Stun With Italian Restaurant and Brewery [Westword]
- Denver Central Market Debuts at the Airport Next Month [EDEN]