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New Broadway Market Starts to Look More Like Its Aurora Predecessor

Three stalls from Stanley Marketplace sign onto the downtown Denver project

The site of the future Broadway Market, slated to open in early 2019
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Three Stanley Marketplace stalls — Mondo Market, Misaki, and Miette et Chocolat — announced this week that they will join the soon-to-open Broadway Market in Denver. The new food hall, formerly Tony’s Market at 950 Broadway, is expected to start serving in January. Its other food stalls are Pizzeria Coperta, Biju’s Little Curry Shop, and Mother Tongue, with one more still to come. Mark Shaker, who founded Stanley Marketplace is also behind the new Broadway Market.

On Broadway, Mondo Market will be called MondoMini and feature a selection of sandwiches, salads, soups, cheeses, and grab-and-go deli items. “This was an easy ‘yes’ for us because of the amount of traffic that passes this location, and the proximity to the Capitol Hill, Golden Triangle, and Baker neighborhoods,” Nicholas Farrell, Mondo’s co-owner, said.

Misaki on Broadway will be the second sushi shop from wife-husband duo Charlene and Robert Thai. It will serve fresh sushi rolls and Japanese dishes. And sweets station Miette et Chocolat will have a retail operation with a variety of confections and snacks. Eclectic Collective, the developers behind this Broadway buffet, helped to opened Stanley Marketplace, The Source, Zeppelin Station, and Avanti Food & Beverage.

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